Forum Title: tongue and groove stair nose
I need some good advice from someone who knows the best way to deal with the top step and the flooring being installed in a room. Inotherwords, if I start at one side of the room and a set of steps are in the middle of the room running in the same direction as my tread, how do I connect the tread to the room flooring because it will never be in the right place to simply line up width-wise. The stair nose is the same material an also tongue and groove.
Category: Flooring Post By: KEN SHARP (Gastonia, NC), 02/20/2019

start at the step and work away from it or get and overlap stairnosing

- BRITTANY BATES (Casper, WY), 04/09/2019

happyhours said: ? start at the step and work away from it or get and overlap stairnosingClick to expand... My first thought, in an ideal world was to install the stair nose first, then the plank behind it and complete the first full length line, then work from each side of that row towards each opposing wall but because this is a nail down tongue and groove bamboo I don't believe I can do that. I believe I'm locked into having to start the initial row with the open groove side towards a wall and build from there being that the nails have to go into the tongue base. That prevents me from working toward the groove side direction? This is my first nail down install. I don't think I have many options if I am thinking correctly.

- JESSICA LEWIS (Jacksonville, FL), 04/15/2019

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