Starting steps, as the name implies, are typically only used in the first or first two steps of a staircase. They may have one rounded or semi-circle edge: "Single Turnout"; or they may have a semi-circle on both sides: "Double Turnout". A double turnout starter step is pictured.
Stair Brackets are used on the side of a staircase in place of skirtboard. The are purely decorative pieces and may be used to hide the edges of drywall or an existing stair tread if using our Replacement Stair Treads.
Skirtboard is typically a 3/4" thick by 10 3/4" high board or S4S with one clean face that can be used along the edge of a staircase to provide a pleasing outline. We can manufacture prefinished skirtboard and apron in many different sizes and thicknesses
Landing tread, or nosing, is used to terminate hardwood flooring at the tops of staircases. Carpet can be tucked to it or 3/4" hardwood flooring can be installed against it for a perfect transition from the flooring to the staircase.