Stairs

Hardwood Stairs

Get expert care for hardwood stairs old and new from Dream Hardwood Floors.

Hardwood stairs have a wonderful clean, elegant look. However, they can be a bit challenging to install and maintain. The good news is, you can rely on Dream Hardwood Floors to care for your staircase throughout its lifespan.

We Specialize in Hardwood Stairs Installation

Hardwood stairs installation is definitely not a DIY job. It requires professional skill, patience, and exceptional attention to detail to get all the treads cut exactly to size and installed evenly. Plus, when it comes time to stain and finish the stairs, special care must be taken to make sure the product goes on neatly and doesn’t drip anywhere it shouldn’t.

At Dream Hardwood Floors, we have the skills and experience required to install top-quality hardwood stairs. We can handle straight staircases, curved staircases, and all kinds of shapes and sizes of landings with ease. For best results, we recommend installing your stairs at the same time as the rest of your wood flooring. This ensures a perfect match between the stairs and the flooring at either end of them.

We Can Bring Your Stairs Back to Life

Over time, any wood floor can become dull and worn, especially in high-traffic areas like a staircase. Fortunately, Dream Hardwood Floors can bring your old wooden stairs back to life with professional refinishing and resurfacing techniques. Whether your stairs just need refinishing to restore their shine or more extensive repairs to address deep scratches, warped boards, or water damage, we can get the job done right at a fair price.

Call Now to Learn More

Whether you need help with a brand new wood staircase or an existing one, Dream Hardwood Floors is here to help. Just call us at 425-443-2183 for more information about our services or to request an estimate.

Installing hardwood floors on stairs takes patience and expertise to have your stairs looking evenly beautiful. We are professionals at hardwood floor stair installations.

 Installing hardwood flooring on stairs you can face with open sided staircase. Watch how to install tread riser and stair nosing on it. Video