converting stairs from carpet to hardwood - DIY?
We are continuing to convert our carpeted upstairs to hardwood floors (site-finished red oak, done the master bedroom already). We'll do the install but hire someone to sand and finish the flooring (using bona traffic). The next step will involve a hallway and stairs, and I can't get my head around how to do the stairs. The house was built in 1984, and I believe there is plywood under the carpet. There are some squeaky steps, so we want to fix those as well. The staircase is a straight run, with the top 6 steps between two walls and bottom six steps with a wall on one side and open/balusters on the other side.
1) Any suggestions for website resources with instructions or photos?
2) Any preference for using solid treads and risers vs. 2 1/4 strip flooring and bullnose?
3) What else should I consider?
Thanks for your help.