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Measuring for stair carpet

Hi, can someone tell me how to measure for stair carpet? is it just double the lengh? thanks

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Measure the length of the tread and riser, combined. Typically this will be 17 inches or so. Add at least an inch or two for good measure then, assuming all the stairs are the same, multiply by the number of stairs and, in most cases add for one additional riser. This is for straight stairs with no landings or turns. For pie-shaped stairs one needs to measure the longest points for the trad portions.

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