Can I lay laminate on stairs?
Are the stairs in your house or flat worn? Or do you simply want to do a bit of DIY again and give your staircase a new look? Laminate can also be laid on stairs – you have a choice of different decors. To finish off the edges visually and protect them from wear and tear, there are special stair profiles that can be attached quickly and easily using screws or glue.
Angle profile for safety
To protect the edge of the stairs from wear and tear and to avoid tripping hazards, it is advisable to finish the staircase with an end profile or angle profile. You can obtain these, as well as the laminate for stairs from LOGOCLIC®, at your BAUHAUS specialist centre.
Take a look at the LOGOCLIC® profile range and the LOGOCLIC® laminate product lines.
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