Cost of installing a Stair Runner

A Stair Runner is much easier to install than you think! You just need the right tools, some free time and of course a Stair Runner. This blog will provide you with the tools required along with where to acquire them, it couldn’t get any easier.

5m Tape measure (Estimated £6)

The size all depends on your preference, but we recommend one up to 5m long so then you are covered no matter what length your steps and staircase are.

TEFCOL Retractable Tape Measure 5m 16Ft, Heavy Duty Nylon Coated Measuring Tape, Imperial and Metric Measurement with Metal Belt Clip (Black Yellow) : DIY & Tools

Bolster (Estimated between £7 – £15)

You can find one that works for you, but we have recommended the ones that we find fitting and will get the job done.

Carpet fitter stair tool bolster chisel 90mm : DIY & Tools

Rubber Mallet (Estimated £5)
Why use a rubber mallet? Not only is this a cheaper option but, it is also more lightweight and ideal for impacting another object. This will also make your job a lot more soundproof and leave no damage to your other tools.

Silverline HA72 Black Rubber Mallet 16 oz (454g) : DIY & Tools

Safety Knife (Estimated £10)
This will make sure that you leave a clean and precise cut without having to hack away at your carpet to get it to your ideal size for your stairs.

Stanley Quickslide Pocket Knife All-metal with Belt Clip Ref 0-10-810 : DIY & Tools

Stair Runner Rug (Estimated £100+)
Last but of course not least is the main accessory, the runner. The cost of this can vary depending on where you buy from, but we have provided an estimated price for you to give you a rough idea.

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I hope that this has given you an understanding of the cost to install a stair runner. You can find more advice and tips on our Advice Hub Here.

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