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Red Oak Tongue and Groove Panels for Staircase Landings

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Quick Overview

Red Oak Tongue and Groove Panels to cover landings, pie steps and other large steps

  • 3/4" thick x 3" wide x 72-94" long S4S T&G
  • Fits together just like 3/4" hardwood flooring
  • Covers approximately 13 square feet per bundle
  • Requires a landing tread (sold separately) for the leading edge
  • Use with our Landing Treads to cover stair landings, pie steps, and other larger areas where flooring would be used
  • Read a blog post on the panel system »

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  • Red Oak Tongue and Groove Panels for Staircase Landings
  • Work in Progress Using the Landing Panel System
  • C28 Anneal T&G Panels on a pie step
  • C28 Anneal T&G Panels on a pie step
  • H8 Dusk T&G Panels on a landing
  • H8 Dusk T&G Panels on an intermediate landing

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Our Red Oak tongue and groove engineered landing panel systems include individual panels that are ¾" thick x 3" wide with lengths that range from 72" to 94" accommodating the majority of stair landings, pie steps, and kite-shaped steps. The pieces are constructed with a 10 ply base and a wear layer of over 4mm of solid Red Oak. The base plywood results in a product with properties that can withstand variances in climate which often takes its toll on a solid wood product, and with a thick wear layer the benefits and look of solid wood remains present. The most important of those benefits being the ability to refinish if desired. The product is offered in both unfinished and prefinished bundles of 13 square feet. Our prefinished bundles receive the same durable aluminum oxide coating as our treads providing a flawless transition from your beautiful treads to your equally beautiful landing making this system the best answer for converting your carpet covered landing to hardwood.

Red Oak Tongue and Groove Panels 3/4" thick x 3" wide x 72-94" long S4S T&G

We've improved our unique panel system designed specifically to cover larger intermediate landings, kite-shaped steps, and pie steps. Using a multi-panel system that you assemble on site allows you to cover areas of your staircase that were previously too large to cover with a single stair tread.

In the past, the only way to address a landing was to install a landing tread along the leading edge of the landing and then fill the space behind it with 3/4" solid hardwood flooring, but we've designed a new way to retro-fit a previously carpeted landing with a durable and more stable engineered wood product! Using our engineered panel system with your new retro-fit stair treads guarantees a great match in both color and finish between your landing and the rest of the staircase.

This landing system will require a standard 5 1/4" landing tread (sold separately @ landing tread) that can be installed along the leading edge of the landing and our tongue and groove panels behind it. Each panel is grooved on one long edge and has a matching tongue on the other so the two will interlock with each other as well as the landing tread.

Measuring a System

To determine the proper material to order, you'll need to know the length and width of your landing or pie-shaped step. Multiply those two numbers to calculate your square footage. Our systems are sold in bundles of 14 square feet. As long as the landing or pie step is shorter than 94" (left to right), this will provide the solution to the landing.

You will need to rip the last panel to the exact dimension you need on site.

Panel SKU's:

  • Unfinished: PANEL3-UNFI
  • Butterscotch: PANEL3-BUOK
  • Cherry: PANEL3-CHOK
  • Dark Chocolate: PANEL3-D11
  • Dusk: PANEL3-H8
  • Ebony Clubhouse: PANEL3-EBNY
  • English Leather: PANEL3-E23
  • Golden Oak: PANEL3-MGOK
  • Grand Isle: PANEL3-F3
  • Gunstock: PANEL3-GNOK
  • Greysone: PANEL3-A47
  • Hill Hickory: PANEL3-B33
  • Historic Oak Timber: PANEL3-B48
  • Lowcountry Cordial: PANEL3-B21
  • Lowcountry Toffee: PANEL3-B32
  • Mohawk Gold: PANEL3-H28
  • Natural (Prefinished Clear): PANEL3-NATL
  • Saddle: PANEL3-SAOK
  • Smoke: PANEL3-H15

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
Color Stain Grade
Prefinished Available
Wood Species Red Oak
Quickship Item Yes
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

Product Questions

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can the unfinished red oak be sanded and stained?/
How are the tongue and groove engineered landing panels ( 3/4" x 3") installed is it glued down or nailed down?
At 14 sq/ft two panels are is not quite enough to finish my 30 sq/ft landing (93” x 46”). Can I purchase additional individual boards, or is this only sold as a full bundle?
if I am purchasing traditional treads rather than retro ones (completely ripping out old treads) can I still use this panel system for the landing. I understand I will still need a subfloor, just wondering it this would look sort of odd?thank you!
Do I use this over a plywood stair landing or do I take out the plywood stair landing out ?
i have a landing 45.5 deep and 54in wide..I am getting the bullnose in the 54in many panels of the tougue and groove panel I would need...2,457ins
If the panels and landing tread are tongue and groove and I have to rip one of the panels to fit, how do I join the ripped panel to the tongue/groove panel?

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