Part of our pet friendly collection of stair treads! An elegant but affordable alternative to a complete professional runner installation. The style is is 100% Nylon and is durable, stain resistant, odor resistant, and pet hair resistant. These treads make clean up even easier as the high performance carpet is designed to easily release pet hair during vacuuming!
The style is called Scout and is made by Anderson Tuftex. They put it best: “Scout’s transitional diamond pattern can take a room from blah to beautiful. Its patterned loop comes in 12 neutral colors and plays nicely with all other Pet Perfect™ patterns. Try it with a toned down pattern like Pawstruck or Pawnache for a coordinated look, and don’t worry––your Scout carpet can handle any roughhousing your pup throws its way.”
We make the treads in our standard sizes of 24″ wide, 27″ wide, 31″ wide and 35″ wide and they fit the standard 10″ deep stair with a 1″ thick tread. But if you need a custom size, just let us know, we can do that, too!
This style comes in the following colors:
-Birch (shown on stairs)
Don’t be afraid to ask for free sample swatches! Or ask about Try-A-Tread™: The perfect way to experience a True Bullnose® tread at a discounted price!
Here is how we do it:
We start with this awesome carpet, cut it down to the correct tread size, seam the borders, permanently attach our True Bullnose® rigid edge, and then add padding then nonskid to the back.
The standard size is made for a 10″ deep tread 24″ wide, but you can upgrade to 27″ wide, 31″ wide or 35″ wide — or we can make any custom size you may need! (They are all made to cover 10″ deep stairs which are 1″ thick or less with a rounded front bullnose, but can be placed on stairs that are deeper or thinner — if you need a custom cut for shallower/deeper/wider stairs or have thicker stairs with a square-face, just let us know!)
As shown, the stair tread is permanently attached to a rigid bullnose piece so that when installed it will stay nicely wrapped around your stair tread. Other manufacturers use combinations of tape or glue, and hope that your tread will stay wrapped around the end of your stair tread. Not these. treads have a pressure sensitive adhesive that keeps the tread in place and a strong, rigid bullnose edge that keeps the wrap-around in place.