American Cherry Laminate Stair Nose
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Q:what is the thickness of the part that will transition to the floor on the top of stair case?
A:Approximately 5/32" thick.
Q:Is this stair nosing used to transition to Laminate flooring or on hardwood only?
A:This "American Cherry Laminate Stair Nose" is designed for use with laminate flooring.
Q:We have a step down into a family room that is curved and twelve feet long. Will this product bend for installation along the curved portion? If this can't bend can you recommend a product that will bend around a curve? The product needs to finish off the edge of the stair and butt up against the wood flooring.
A:This will bend slightly but not too much. Before flexible molding products existed, manufactures would steam moldings with water, bend to shape in a jig and allow to set dry. On the jobsite, contractors would cut curves from large stock made from wood pieces glued together then scribe or transfer the contour to the rough stock to complete. Many installers skilled with a saw would back-cut tiny kerfs or grooves into the back of dry moldings to allow materials to bend, following wall contours or mild curves.
Q:having a problem with the stair nosing for our stairs. The lip on our stairs is 1" and the stair nose is only 1/2". can you purchase stair nosing with a longer front?
A:We do not have a special order program for our laminate transitions but you can use laminate flooring as a riser to hide the 1/2" that is exposed.
Q:Do you nail in the Stari nose or does it click into the tread?
A:You will need to glue and fasten the stair nose down to the subfloor.
Q:what is the width of this stair nosing?
A:The width of this stair nosing is 2 3/8"
Q:How does this stair nose lock to the flooring? Is there a lip? or is everything fluse?
A:This nosing does not lock to but it over-laps the flooring to allow for proper exansion movement.