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3/4" x 3 1/4" x 6.5LFT Old World Oak Stair Nose

3/4" x 3 1/4" x 6.5LFT Old World Oak Stair Nose

3/4" x 3 1/4" x 6.5LFT Old World Oak Stair Nose
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SKU: 10009653
Special Price $5.48/linear ft.
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3/4" x 3 1/4" x 6.5LFT Old World Oak Stair Nose
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Stair Nosing is used around steps, stair landing trims, and to elevate floor perimeters.


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  • Q:

    Can I (useing the Stair nose) glue up flooring boards to build full stair treads, and should I use all full length boards. what is a recommended adhesive to use
    Asked on 2/2/2012 by me from Fielding ut

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Stairs can be covered with nosing and flooring combination completely.

      For safety, stair parts should be both nailed and glued. Working from the bottom step to the top step, apply about 1/2" thick bead of adhesive to the back of each board in an "S" type pattern then Nail the tongues.

      Best adhesive to use is construction grade, 100% urethane from the LIQUID NAIL family of glues.

      In addition, for strength stair nosing should also be back-glued and top-nailed. Joists or stringers support stair treads and risers. Pre-drill nail holes half way into the stair nosing over each stringer, nail through the board into the stringers using a 2"-2 1/2" 7d-8d finish nail, counter-sink and fill holes and fill with a matching filler.

      Answered on 2/3/2012 by Tech & Install
  • Q:

    We just received an order of scraped flooring for our second floor.
    As part of the order we received a bullose piece for the top of the stairway. The box says bellawood but the profile is the same.

    The flooring is a floating clic together flooring

    1. What is the method I should be using to secure this to the floor. It is glue and screws to make sure it doesn't move?
    2. How do I marry this piece to the rest of the floating floor so that the seems stay tight and this piece doesn't cause a problem with the actual floating flooring?
    Does the floating floor butt up or am I supposed to be using something like the t-molding?
    3. I haven't looked yet since things are still in the boxes but what will will I need to do to compensate for any height difference between the flooring/padding and the stair piece? Any docs on that?

    Any docs I can pull
    Asked on 1/24/2012 by Jim A from Mahwah NJ

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      I apologize for the delay.
      I would be glad to help you with this question if you still need help.
      Please call me directly, Mark at 1-800-366-4204 Ext # 4857
      My hours are Mon - Fri, 10 AM – 6:45 PM EST
      Thank you for your inquiry.

      Answered on 2/24/2012 by customer care 2
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