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Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread

Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread

Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread
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SKU: 10013460
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Match your new floor with this 36" Red Oak Stair Tread

Treads are to be installed on top of the step.

A birthday cake without frosting?
That's a floor without matching trim and molding.
We offer an extensive selection so that you can match wood species to your new floor.
(Who else can do that?)

Available as long as supplies last!!

Order now through our web site, visit your local store, or Call 1-800-HARDWOOD

 

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Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread
 
4.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

Excellent Quality Wood - very pleased

By jaddog

from Centerville, OH

Pros

  • Excellent price
  • Quick Arrival At Store
  • Very Nice Quality Wood

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Front Fourier Steps

    Comments about Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread:

    very happy with the purchase and quality of the look of these new red oak steps

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    These were

    By DIY

    from Boston, MA

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Cost Effective
    • Nice Finish

    Cons

    • Different lengths
    • Required A LOT of work
    • Uneven edges

    Best Uses

      Comments about Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread:

      While the finish on each tread was nice, both edges of each tread were uneven and required a lot of trimming and planing. I had 36" rough openings for each tread, but each one had to be trimmed down to fit. Moreover, some treads were unusable because the "notches" in them made them less than 36" to start. You're better off spending a little more and getting perfect treads that require little to no customization.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      beautiful and strong

      By panamarga

      from washington, DC

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • It matched my Amendoim

      Cons

      • none

      Best Uses

        Comments about Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread:

        The steps are oak, but the color matched and complements my Amendoim floors beautifully. Easy to install.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        treads that work

        By Bob

        from maryland

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

          • Better gloss

          Best Uses

            Comments about Prefinished Red Oak 36" Tread:

            The finish was too dull looking. Wish it had a better finish. Also you should sell unfinished steps and steps that are half the thickness when you are going over old steps

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            • Q:

              The instructions state that you need to install a 6 mil moisture barrier between the concrete slab and the new flooring. How would you glue the flooring down if there is a moisture barrier between them.
              Asked on 12/16/2011 by Anonymous from Sandpoint, ID

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                If you are gluing to a concrete slab plastic would not be used.
                GLUE DOWN OVERVIEW
                [TIPS]:
                • Lumber Liquidators recommends moisture testing, the use of moisture barriers
                • Wood floor adhesives alone are not moisture barriers.
                •Glue manufacture may recommend rolling the floor throughout installation to ensure glue transfer
                • For the best results, do not mix adhesive products. Use moisture barriers and adhesives from the same manufacturer
                • Use the trowel size recommended by the adhesive company to get required spread rate and ridging height. Typically, trowel size is determined by board type, size and surface texture. (Ensure a 95% min glue-to-board glue transfer). • During constant use trowel teeth will wear down. For best glue coverage use a new trowel with each new container of adhesive.
                • Discard twisted or warped boards.
                •Follow the glue manufacturer’s labeling instructions regarding adhesive set time, correct trowel size, removal of surface sealers or contaminates and use of moisture barriers.
                • Mix product from several cartons as you install the floor to insure color, grain and shade mix.
                •Install the flooring parallel to the longest wall in the room. Keep the flooring straight using a chalk line.
                •Blue painter tape #2080 can be used to keep rows or sections of floor boards together until the adhesive has cured. Tape together 4 or 5 rows at 18” intervals. (Incorrect tape can harm the finish.)
                [CAUTION]: Many installers choose to use straps or clamps in an effort to force board rows tighter together during installation. Be
                aware that over-strapping may adversely affect the floor and can result in glue-bond failure, seam peaking, twisted boards, or outof-
                square flooring board alignment.
                ADHESIVES ADHESIVE DRY TIME IS DEPENDANT ON JOB SITE TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY CONDITIONS.
                Manufacturer
                Mapei 800-992-6273 Bostiks 800-523-6530
                WFM a moisture barrier MVP a moisture barrier
                Ultrabond 980, 975 Engineered flooring adhesive EFA Engineered flooring adhesive
                Eco 995 An all-in-one adhesive and moisture barrier Vapor-Lock An all-in-one adhesive and moisture barrier
                You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf
                Thank you for your question.

                Answered on 12/21/2011 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              I plan on installing Curupay on a concrete radiant heat floor in North Idaho. Will this wood perform well in this enviroment and you mention using a moisture barrier, do I install the barrier under the concrete slab or between the slab and flooring?
              Asked on 12/14/2011 by Anonymous from Sandpoint, Idaho

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Yes it can.
                You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf
                The 6 mil poly will go directly over the slab.
                If new concrete is being poured moisture barriers are used under it also.
                Thank you for your question.

                Answered on 12/16/2011 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              Why doesn't this product have an AC rating? Thanks!
              Asked on 10/28/2011 by Anonymous

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                This is a wood product.
                Only laminate flooring is tested and given an AC rating.
                You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf
                Thank you for your question.

                Answered on 11/1/2011 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              What is the proper nailing method for installing this flooring
              Asked on 2/24/2011 by Anonymous from San Diego Ca

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                For complete installation instructions; Please go to our Website @ LumberLiquidators.com and at the bottom of the page click on Flooring 101, enter Schön Engineered installation instruction, enter, then click on the PDF to open

                Answered on 3/2/2011 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              Is the 7" wide the same price
              Asked on 2/8/2011 by bill from florida

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                This Product comes in the one width only 4 3/4".

                Answered on 2/9/2011 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              Can you please explain why when asked the wear layer thickness you said 3mm but when someone asked if this is 2 or 4 mil wood you said 2mm/1/16"? How many times could you sand and refinish this floor, if any? Thank you.
              Asked on 12/13/2010 by Anonymous from Orlando, FL

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                I apologize for the missinformation given. The specs say 2 mm.

                How many times can an engineered floors be sanded?
                Full refinishing will take slightly under a 1/32” off the veneer of the wood flooring. The thickness of the veneer and how much wear and dents a floor has will determine how many times it can be refinished. Engineered flooring with a 1/8” wear layer or more will be able to be refinished at least once. If the engineered product has a 1/16” wear layer a professional sander may be able to refinish it, but many won’t take the chance in case they make a mistake and take too much off the wear layer. We recommend that hardwood floor refinishing be done by a professional and if your not sure if you can refinish your flooring have professional sand and finish expert come to your home and evaluate your flooring.

                Answered on 12/13/2010 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              Do they make this flooring in a click lock product?
              Asked on 12/11/2010 by Rick from New Orleans

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                I am sorry but no it does not.

                Answered on 12/13/2010 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              Is thew finish Aluminum Oxide?
              Asked on 12/6/2010 by Anonymous from Charleston, SC

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Yes there is aluminum oxide in this finish.

                Answered on 12/9/2010 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              Live in North Florida near beach. Installing on concrete. Read where this product expands and contract allot, is this a good product for where I live. Also, can this flooring be floated on floor - if so, this does not appear to be a click install product, seems need to be glued together then?
              Asked on 12/6/2010 by beachdog from ponte vedra beach, florida

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                The Schön Engineered 3/8" x 4-3/4" Natural Curupay would work fine in Flordia. Curupay is a very hard species of wood and Curupay's dimensional stability rating is pretty good. Being this is an engineered product it dimensional stability would be even better. This flooring can be floated over concrete by edge gluing the tongue and grooves of each plank together.

                FLOATING FLOOR INSTRUCTIONS
                During installation, Carpenters wood glue should be applied to each groove on the short and long sides of the planks to ensure bond with the other planks. Two separate continuous beads of glue should be applied: one continuous bead applied inside the groove, and one continuous bead applied to the top part of the tongue at all seams to ensure a secure bond with the top and bottom of the tongue. This double-gluing helps to minimize board gaps or separation. Note that seasonal gapping is normal in wood flooring and does not constitute a product failure. Seasonal gapping can be minimized by the acclimation recommendations provided on page 1. Floating floor expansion Perimeter expansion space for room areas 30’x30’ and under is ½”. Room areas exceeding 30’x30’ expansion space is ¾” No spans or connected flooring can be greater than 40’ in any direction without an expansion break. A connected area is defined as all room areas using the same flooring, connected. Expansion breaks can be placed in doorways, between rooms or hallways. Expansion breaks can be hidden using T- type expansion moldings. (1) Complete floor preparation as earlier outlined, next install a moisture barrier (6-8mm sheet plastic) over cement, kitchen vinyl and ceramic tiles. Omit plastic moisture barrier when installing directly over bare wood subflooring. (2) Install recommended underlayment such as: Quiet Walk, Insulayment or Cork. (3) The flooring should be installed from left to right, tongue side towards to wall, with the groove sides facing out from the wall. (4) Starting in one corner of the room, lay the first row of planks flat and against ½” spacers. (During installation, spacers provide the necessary space required for expansion around the perimeter of the floor. It is especially important to leave at least ½” free around the entire floor). Planks can be elevated at a slight angle to allow the tongue to slip into the groove of the first plank. Once flat, push and gently tap the planks together until they lock tightly, use a tapping block if necessary. (5) When edge-gluing, ensure that the glue is still wet when the planks are joined. Special attention should be paid to ensure that there is no excess glue dripping to the subfloor as this could bond the plank to the underlayment and hamper floor movement. Keep the surface clean using a damp clean rag. (6) For the second and consecutive rows, elevate the plank at a slight angle along its length to allow the tongue to slip into the groove. The next plank should be laid the same way but, with the tongue on the left side of the plank falling just next to the previous plank. Once flat, push down and gently tap the planks together until they lock-in without any visible joint between the planks. Blue painters tape #2080 can be used to keep board ends together until the adhesive has cured. (Not using the correct tape can harm the finish) (7) Complete to floor: When you reach the final row, place a loose board precisely on the last laid panel. Trace a cutting mark and allow for a ½” expansion. Next, Lay the board you cut and ease it into position. Insert spacers between the wall and the last panel laid to be sure there is an ½” expansion gap. (8) To pass obstacles through the floor covering (pipes, radiator mounts), use a pencil to trace the center position for drilling. Use a big enough drill bit to leave a ½” expansion around the pipe. Next, cut the strip in two so that the saw mark goes through the center of the drilled hole, so that the strip can be glued and reassembled around the pipe. Post-installation • After installation, allow glue to fully cure for 24hrs before replacing furniture and foot traffic • For matching milling and finish sheen, save a box of flooring in case of future repairs.

                Answered on 12/10/2010 by Customer Care1
            • Q:

              Does this floor need to acclimate and if so for how long?
              Asked on 12/2/2010 by Anonymous

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                ACCLIMATION/CONDITIONING THE FLOORING
                Wood products are affected by environmental conditions. Best product performance is achieved when engineered flooring and adhesives are acclimated a minimum of 1-2 days to consistent room temperatures of 60°-80° F and constant indoor humidity levels of 35% - 55%, especially if the installation or delivery is made during times of very dry or wet weather. When proper acclimation levels are maintained before and after installation, boards should neither shrink nor expand in dimension. Board delaminating, excessive squeaks and gapping can result from poor acclimation. Proper acclimation is the responsibility of the purchaser/installer.

                Answered on 12/2/2010 by customer care 2
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