LVP on stairs & landing
We’re going with Mannington Adura Max on a flight of stairs with a landing in the middle. It’s also going on both floors above and below the stairs. The landing is about 6 1/2′ x 3′. It would make handling the stairnose on the landing much easier if the flooring there was glued down like it will be on the stairs, so that the stairnose can be flush. Is there a significant reason not to do it? The Mannington stair nose is vinyl cladding over white plastic, and I’m trying to avoid having to miter it to finish it off – as I’d need to do if it’s overlapping instead of flush. I can’t avoid it on the top step, but I’m hoping to in the middle.