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Red Oak Unfinished Traditional Stair Tread Closed 36 in

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Limited Time Special Pricing on Traditional 1" Thick Red Oak Stair Treads

We're not sure how long we can hold these prices but this special buy is time and quantity limited so order today before they're all gone!


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Unfinished Red Oak Stair Treads - Closed - 1" x 11-1/2" x 36"

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  • Red Oak Unfinished Traditional Stair Tread Closed 36 in


Red Oak Unfinished Stair Treads - Standard Box Tread - 1" x 11 1/2" x 36"

Our stain grade Red Oak stair treads are made from 100% solid FAS and Select Grade Red Oak (no thin veneers or finger-joints) and shipped pre-sanded and ready for a coat of stain and polyurethane to be applied on site.

All our box treads (for a "closed-type" staircase) have a full round over bullnose along the front edge and are edge-glued for stability throughout the tread's lifetime. If you need a Red Oak tread with a return, see left return Red Oak treads or right return Red Oak treads. Unfinished Red Oak stair treads are sanded and ready for you to apply stain and polyurethane, we also offer prefinished Red Oak treads with our UV top coat applied. Traditional Red Oak stair treads are 1" thick x 11.5" wide x 36" long. These treads are sometimes identified by their part number - 8070 Red Oak Plain Stair Tread.

We manufacture these treads to order (right here in South Carolina - 100% Made in the USA) and complete most orders within a week, but this tread length is a hot mover and is typically in stock. If you have a deadline - please contact us and we'll prioritize your order.

Order in larger quantities for a better price per tread and to save on shipping costs. We've set price breaks at certain quantities (noted above), all you have to do is add at least that number to you shopping cart and the price will be automatically reduced.

Whether you're a homeowner looking for an economical choice in a quality Red Oak tread or a contractor looking to stock up on a great buy, grab these treads while we're offing these price breaks because pricing is subject to change at any time. These Red Oak treads are intended for interior use only.

For other quantity discounts on Red Oak stair treads, see these sizes:

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
Width 11 1/2 in
Color Unfinished
Length 36 in
Prefinished No
Profile Traditional Stair Tread Closed
Thickness 1 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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Currently my stairs have carpet on them. After tearing up the carpet should I use the "traditional" , 1" thick and 3/4" thick, product or the prefinished thinner pieces? The option of prefinished or unfinished does not matter to me. The traditional treads do not seem to have a "lip" on them at the bullnose for the riser to "hide" under, does this make a difference in how I install them?

Do you sell treads square-cut (no bullnose)? I am looking for treads and risers that fit together to create an unbroken sawtooth pattern as seen from the side.

Ideally the visible 1" face of the tread (the nose) would be beveled inward by a slight amount and the riser top edge beveled by an equal and complementary amount so as to achieve an effective nosing of about 1". I recognize you probably don't sell this kind of product but do you sell square-cut nose treads?
How much overhang should the tread be on a step.
Could you tell me if your red oak treads are made with select oak? I am seeking treads without deep grain as I am interested in staining a warm color and do not want to have heavy dark stained areas. Thank you
what is the width

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