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Red Oak Unfinished Landing Tread 36 in

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Red Oak Unfinished Landing Tread 5 1/4" wide x 36" long - shipped pre-sanded and ready for you to apply stain and polyurethane.

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Red Oak Unfinished Landing Tread 5-1/4 in wide x 36 in long - shipped sanded and ready for you to apply stain and polyurethane.
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 SN34RUNFI-36
Width 5 1/4 in
Color Unfinished
Length 36 in
Prefinished No
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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  • From JIMMIEM at 12/24/13 11:15 AM
    • The flooring that my landing tread will be joined to is 3/4" X 2 1/4" t&g red oak. Based on my measurements I will have to reduce the width of the landing tread and recut its groove. Or I would have to reduce the size of a floor board and recut its groove in order to use the landing tread at its full 5 1/4" width. I would prefer to rip down the landing tread and am wondering what is the smallest width I could rip it to and still have it wide enough for a safe attachment to the landing subfloor.
    • The smallest size the landing tread can be while still being wide enough for a safe attachment is 3 1/2"
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  • From Jerry at 12/9/13 2:26 PM
    • Is it possible to get a sample of red oak tongue and groove panel for staircase landings unfinished? Eventually I will need 4 panels at least 81 inches long and 5 panels at least 78 inches long. Can you give me an idea of the cost?

      Thank you,

      Jerry
    • For custom items like the extra length panels, we have to get you a quote manually. You should have been emailed a quote from one of our sales representatives.
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  • From Bill at 9/16/12 10:53 PM
    • To clarify on the last question, if I route this down to match 1/2" engineered hardwood, will there be plenty of strength left in it? And, would there be a problem w/the tongue and groove? Thanks
    • Changing the thickness may or may not weaken the profile - final judgment rests with the technician installing or modifying the product. Changing the thickness would almost certainly mis-align the tongue and groove and a square butt-joint would be necessary.
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  • From radadc at 4/19/11 10:46 PM
    • how do i adjoint this stair landing to the laminate flooring ?
    • This landing tread is designed to be used for 3/4" solid hardwood flooring and is not recommended for laminate floor. This nosing has a groove on the back of the profile that will accept the tongue of most 3/4" flooring. For laminate floor, you will typically need an "overlap stairnose" which can usually be provided by the laminate company. We have had some customers modify this profile by routing an area out from the tail of the profile to work with laminate but that would have to be done on site with a router.
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  • From bobthebuilder at 8/14/10 10:37 AM
    • Do these come with the bull nose returns on the one end or they extra.
    • This product has a bull nose on the front. We do sell loose returns if you wanted a bull nose to go on either side, instead of the just the front edge.
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  • From rich at 2/11/10 8:24 AM
    • Any dealers in the el paso texas area?

      Unfinished means exactly what, that it requires staining or can be installed as is?
    • We sell all of our products direct through our website to bring you the best value. Unfinished basically means that there is no stain or "polyurethane" applied. This landing tread is Red Oak that has been sanded before it leaves our shop but still needs a coat of stain and a top finish coat to be applied o site. Typically, people choose unfinished products when they want to make their own stain color or are installing a site-finished floor.
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  • From stu at 12/28/09 3:23 PM
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