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Red Oak Lowcountry Toffee Landing Tread 36 in

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Quick Overview

Red Oak Lowcountry Toffee Landing Tread 5 1/4" wide x 36" long - Prefinished and ready to install - No staining or finishing required.
Use at the top of a staircase as the transition to standard hardwood flooring or carpet on the upper level.

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Details

Red Oak Lowcountry Toffee Landing Tread 5-1/4 in wide x 36 in long - shipped pre-stained in Lowcountry Toffee and then finished with our UV Cured Diamond Coat II - ready to be cut-to-size and installed as soon as you receive it.
Landing Tread (also called "stairnose" or just "nosing") is installed at the very top of a staircase as the final "step". Landing tread is 3/4" thick and is grooved along the back edge to accept a standard 3/4" flooring tongue. Landing tread is also used in combination with our panel system to provide the bullnosed leading edge of landings and pie steps. Most staircase remodels will need at least one landing tread unless it is to be supplied from the flooring provider.

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
SKU SN34RB32-36
Width 5-1/4 in
Color Lowcountry Toffee
Length 36 in
Prefinished Yes
Profile 5-1/4 in. Landing Tread
Thickness 3/4 in
Wood Species Red Oak
Quickship Item Yes
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

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