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Red Oak Butterscotch [E33 - Legacy Stain] Retro Stair Tread Closed 36 in

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$57.43 ea

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Quick Overview

Red Oak Butterscotch Retro Stair Tread Closed 36" wide - Prefinished and ready to install - No staining or finishing required.
Use for overlaying an existing closed staircase with a wall on both sides.

Note: This stain (E33) has been discontinued but is still available for purchase to complete existing projects. For the current D34 - Butterscotch stain color, see: RTCRD34-36
Red Oak - Butterscotch Stained Retro Stair Tread

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Red Oak Butterscotch Retro Stair Tread Closed 11.5 in wide x 36 in long - shipped pre-stained in Butterscotch and then finished with our UV Cured Diamond Coat II - ready to be cut-to-size and installed as soon as you receive them.

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
Width 11-1/2 in
Color Butterscotch [Legacy Stain]
Length 36 in
Prefinished Yes
Profile Retro Stair Tread Closed
Thickness 3/4 in
Wood Species Red Oak
Quickship Item No
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

Product Questions

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What type of finish is provided with Butterscoth Stain? Is it the same as Bruce prefinished flooring?
i have a landing area. do i use one of these treads or is there a smaller one that is not as deep that can i order. or do i just cut it to the right depth?
provide dimentions ***
I see the Oak Stair Tread is 36" wide. How deep is this tread?
Do you provide/under take installation of re-caping the retro plank on existing staircase .
what is the maximum thickness of the retrofit tread that can be glued when
retrofitting an old wooden pine staircase. My experience with floors
is that over one half inch in thickness will break the glue bond due to
summer expansion. Is this not a problem with staircases?
I have done many floors, but this is my first staircase.
how many stair-treads come in a box
We are planning on having the stair case curved out at the bottom so the treads would be longer and cut at an angle at the bottom would you be able to supply either longer treads that we cut to fit or longer treads that you cut?
What flooring matches this color?
What about the stair nose? Do you sell these to match this tread? If so, include link. Thanks!
I need a 3/4" Red or White Oak Treads and Risers made of Oak. Is that available in Golden Oak Stain or without a finish.

Thank you
hi, the stair i need to cover are 11 1/4" front to back and 37 inches wide. can you provide a custom size that would fit this requirement? i would need 12 steps.
we have Armstrong Park Ave/Pradoo flooring, and would like retrofit treads and risers for the stairs. Which shade would you recommend?
are the stair treads sold in cases?
When you add 3/4 inch tread to the first stair, won't that make it an awkwardly high
step? Won't the last stair rise (top) be low? Isn't that against building code?
Can I order just one of these to test out?
is this 1 solid oak piece?
Is the price $43.65 per single stair tread. So if there is 10 treads I would pay $436.50?
I have a stair case that rises 5 steps to a landing about 3 X 3, then goes up 5 steps to a second landing, and then 5 more to to the top floor.

What should I do with the landing? I think that I would want wood flooring that matches the treads, correct?

At the very top, the second floor is carpeted. What is the best way to transition here from carpet to wood stairs?

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