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New Heart Pine (Aged) Starting Step, Double Turnout

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New Heart Pine (Aged) Starting Step, Double Turnout.
A starting step is typically used as the first step in a staircase and this step is rounded on both ends (also called double volute), hence the name double turnout.

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$321.09 ea


Starting steps as their name implies, is the first (bottom) stair in a staircase. This step starts your ascent upstairs and there is typically only one per staircase (unless you have multiple runs). A double turnout starter step is curved on both sides (each curve is also called a volute).
Note: Starter treads and starter risers are sold separately. Order a double turnout starter riser with this tread and we'll assume the inside throat lengths to match each other (the size and shape of tread and riser will match each other). See Matching Starting Step Risers.

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
Profile Double Turnout Starting Step
Thickness 1 in
Prefinished Available
Wood Species New Heart Pine (Aged)
Width 11-1/2 in
Quickship Item No
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

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