Measure so it is straight to the walls so you have an idea if the stairs are straight to the house , 1/4 inch off on the nose projects itself a bit in 30 feet /try to get a spline to glue the nose to the flooring in the joints.
Lay floors wall to nose.
1) layout a straight line fully along the threshold area that will be at right angles to the flooring runs.
Think figure 8 with the
Different from flush stair nose, overlap step nose has a slightly raised profile that overlaps the flat flooring surface.
Starting from the left with the tongue facing the wall, carefully place the first plank in place using spacers to leave ¼” gap between wall and edges of the plank.
Now lay the rest of the floor, and when you come to the other wall, the angle will be the same.
This does not need to be exactly at the threshold edge but can be offsetted parallel to the threshold edge.
They also blend well with the overall design.
We recommend laying on wooden floors crossways to the existing floorboard.
Sand and clean the floor under the nose ,use construction adhesive to clean surfaces , run a string line down the hall into the rooms.
Slide the plank toward the previously installed plank on the left until both short ends touch.
These flooring materials must be smooth and flat to within 1/4 in a 10' radius and must not vary more than 1/16 when measured with a 3' straight edge.
Connect the long end into the groove end of the plank in the previous row at a low angle and drop into place.
It is beneficial is this line can be as long as.
You should feel the planks lock together.
• do not install over more than one layer of vinyl.
Get your wet tile saw and attach a bullnose profile wheel to it.
Versaedge works with a variety of floor thicknesses and can accommodate overlap, lock down or flush mount installation methods.
If you want to reduce the size of the tile, replace the bullnose profile wheel with the diamond blade and cut the tiles.