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Pre-primed White Retro Riser- 36 in

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Pre-primed White Riser (Retro style), 1/4 in x 7 1/4 in x 36 in length.

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Pre-primed white risers are a beautiful and economical addition to any staircase. They are especially popular in homes with other white trim and molding. White risers are also a great way to lighten a dark staircase or provide definition between steps.
When ordering risers, you'll typically order the same length as the tread. These retro risers are designed to reface an existing riser while being thin enough not to offset your new retro treads past any existing skirtboard.
Our white risers are shipped with the primer coat already applied and can be painted with your favorite brand of white paint to match the other trim in your home. Standard riser dimensions are 1/4" thick by 7-1/4" tall by 36" long.
These risers are designed to be used with our Retro stair treads as part of the complete staircase remodeling system.

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
SKU RIZP14-36
Width 7 1/4 in
Color Primed White
Length 36 in
Prefinished No
Profile Retro Riser
Thickness 1/4 in
Wood Species Paint Grade (may vary)
Quickship Item Yes
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

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  • From Cliff Mcclelland at 4/4/14 10:10 AM
    • Is it okay to use the retro risers together with the traditional 1" stair tread if I am just attaching the riser to the existing riser?
    • You can use Retro Risers with Traditional Treads. You may need the Cove Moulding with this method since you may see the seam between the riser and the tread. Below is a link to our cove moulding.

      Cove Moulding:

      http://www.stair-treads.com/moulding-and-accessories/cove-moulding.html

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  • From Deborah at 4/2/14 7:14 PM
  • From KM at 10/15/13 12:06 PM
    • Can the retro risers be cut? My stair riser is only 5 7/8" high.

    • The retro riser can be cut the the desired height on site with a table saw, which is very common.
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  • From Anthony at 10/24/12 11:34 PM
    • if i intend to go with cherry treads and the white riser look, is it necessary to purchase the white riser or can i simply paint the wood that is there? Is there a benefit one way or the other and does it change the installation?
    • It is not necessary but is recommended. Most sub treads and risers and construction grade material. They have a lot of grain and character in most cases. Our Primed White Risers are smooth and have no wood grain showing. All they need is a fresh coat of paint. It makes the staircase look cleaner and more complete. It will not change installation, except one more step added to the process. See the installation video below.

      Installation Video:
      http://stair-treads.com/url/6d

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  • From Felicia at 6/27/12 7:52 PM
    • Do the white primed risers necessarily have to be painted white. You keep emphasizing that. I would like a beige and what type of paint would I use, a regular interior paint?
    • No they do not have to be painted white necessarily they are primed white so you are able to paint over them with whatever color you choose. As for kinds of paint to use we recommend using oil based paint rather than a latex. Latex paint never fully dries and can cause creaks or a creaking sound over time. Oil base paints dry completely and prevent this issue from occurring.
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  • From Andrea at 8/23/11 1:33 PM
    • Do I have to paint the pre-primed white balusters or is it ready for use?
    • All pre primed white items need a coat of paint once you receive them.
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  • From Mimmo at 2/17/11 8:38 AM
    • Are these solid wood or a plywood?
    • The 1/4" primed white retro risers are a high grade Birch-veneered plywood. All of other wood species / colors and all our 3/4" risers are solid wood.
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  • From Randy at 1/30/11 1:58 PM
  • From Gloria at 11/8/10 8:57 PM
    • Do you have stair raisers that do not need painting and size 36" by 6".
    • The only risers that need painting are the pre-primed white risers. All other risers that are prefinished or "natural" do not need painting. We do not carry white risers that are already painted with a glossy white.
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  • From patti at 11/5/10 9:10 PM
    • I am covering the treads with plank wood but I like the raisers to be white; can I use the risers you sell?
    • You can use the risers that we sell, they are already primed and just need a fresh coat of white paint.
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  • From Cheryl at 9/6/10 8:20 PM
    • Can I paint the risers, add stencils or add decorative tiles?

      Thank you
    • Of course! That is actually a great idea. These risers are already primed, and ready to be painted or decorated.
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  • From Asia at 5/10/10 10:07 PM
    • Is it possible to request that notches are cut into the treads before they ship? I live in an order house with cast iron rails. The bottom tread will require custom cutting. Is it possible to precut the notches prior to shipping, if I provide the dimensions?

      Thanks,
    • Unfortunately, we can not custom cut any notches or angles before the product ships. Cuts such as these are best cut in the field to ensure the best fit for each product. Having a solid riser allows you to make any minor adjustments to the product during installation. We find that a jig saw is the best tool for cutting special notches and cutouts.
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  • From pat at 3/27/10 1:02 PM
    • is the stated price- per piece or for 6?
    • All of our prices are listed per piece and you can order as many or as few as you need for your project.
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  • From steve at 1/1/10 11:21 AM
    • dimensions?
    • These risers are 1/4" thick by 7 1/4" high by 36" long and are sprayed with a heavy coat of primer.
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