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Old 04-13-2015, 03:04 PM   #1
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Entry steps

We are looking for some ideas to renovate the entry steps. Thinking about rubber matting full length with snap on carpet material. Ideas?


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I used maple to match the cabinets. Got the idea from a fellow Alpine owner.
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I have seen some really nice tile jobs--too!
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entry steps

Check the "Quick tips and easy mods -Alpine style" post #87, on 6/20/2011 I posted the upgrade I did to our entry steps. I used mosaic tile with construction adhesive to allow a little flex, although the grout tightened things up a lot. Now 4 years later it still looks good.

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