Hotel: why call in a professional for laying carpet on stairs?
So you get an optimal result that reflects your hotel's image.
Laying the carpet in your hotel's staircases
Be it spiral or quarter turn, hotel staircases have a real part to play in interior design. Most importantly, they are all unique and each have their own laying requirements. This is why, for optimal results, we highly recommend that you call upon a professional's expertise.
And rightly so, because laying carpet in staircases means following through with these steps (for a standard staircase):
Phase 1: Clean the floor so it is free of all impurities.
Phase 2: Cut the stair and riser, to be laid in one go, then glue the carpet backing.
Phase 3: Apply the covering on the riser by adjusting the edge cut at the bottom.
Phase 4 – Lay the upper part of the stair.
Phase 5 – Use a smoothing tool to smooth down the entire piece of carpet.
Phase 6 - Level off any excess.
It is important to know that there are now dry glues that can replace neoprene.
Expert action, a necessity
Laying carpet in a staircase is therefore a relatively technical process that requires professional know-how. Experts will know which process to adopt according to the type of staircase in your hotel.
We decided to broach this issue because laying carpet requires a list of appropriate tools and products that may vary depending on the type of carpet used. Calling upon a carpet layer means ensuring optimal results thanks to thorough work.