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Old 06-08-2018, 11:36 AM   #16
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1. Pull the carpet up a bit and tile up to the frame of the stairs, leaving a 1/4" gap for expansion. The new carpet will cover it. You may have to remove a piece or two of tack strip from the riser. to get the tile set.

2. If I were planning to re-tile that area later, I'd caulk it with a color-matched grout caulk. It's easily removed later, and you can add a transition piece if needed at that time.
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Great Kman, makes sense and thanks for the advice - have a great weekend!
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