Staircase Painting and Staining
Serving Toronto and the GTA Since 1991
Your staircases are one of the most used parts of your home. Sometimes, however, Stairs are the first to get overlooked or forgotten about when it comes time for an interior facelift. But current trends in interior decorating have seen staining staircases – treads, risers, stringers, steps, runners, rails, and spindles – on the rise. One decorator estimates that 90% of hardwood stairs have been stained or painted.
Why should you consider showing your stairs a little love?
Protect the Down-Trodden
Your stairs see a lot of action in their life. Staircase staining or painting stairs protects the wood from the normal wear and tear of an active household, and a small bit of care now can lengthen the life of the stairs in the future. Painted stairs and stained staircase can also decrease the chances of injuries resulting from splinters or damaged wood
Staining or painting is a good opportunity to check the health of your staircases. Is any wood rotted or warped? Does the stairs need to be sanded or replaced? Are there any dents or dings that need to be patched? Show your stairs you care by fixing them up
The Silent Treatment
Painted stairs or stained staircase, especially if accompanied by a thorough inspection and some spot fixes, can lose those creaks and groans that make every midnight snack run a little more dangerous.
New color, New Life
Especially if you’re making big changes to the look of your home, upstairs or down, you don’t want to leave the stairs out. They can be painted or stained to match the rest of your decor, or to act as an accent piece to really make your home stand out. At a low cost to you, painted stairs or stained staircase can add a big punch to a home. And like any good paint job, well-painted stairs can add value to your home when you are preparing Your Home For Sale and increase appeal to potential buyers.
Want to see how a simple stain or paint job can transform your staircase? Check out some of our stunning before-and-after photos on Pinterest. If you want to know more about how to paint stairs, visit our Blog section. And if you’re interested in giving your steps some new kick, contact us today for a free quote! Fill out our webform, give us a call at 416-494-5545, or email us at Brian@HomePaintersToronto.com