Butterscotch Oak Laminate Stair Nose
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The floating floor went down nicely. Just like advertised. However, I had a hard time keeping the floor from moving each time I butted the next row up against the pervious row in the first room I did. The second room went smoother when I first laid out the starting row or two and then used scrap pieces for the next row and screwed them down to the sub-floor. I then removed the first rows and the row I had screwed down, and reinstalled the first rows I had removed. I didn't need someone standing on the floor to keep it from shifting each time I butted a new row.
Again I like the long lenghts 7ft-9in.
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Q:What is the thickness of the product? is it 3/4"?? not many specifics.
A:That product is 12MM thick or closer to 1/2"
Q:do you have a picture of the Dream Home St. James butterscotch oak 12mm stairnose that includes dimensions? I have my flooring and have started installing that but won't get my trim pieces for another week. I need to know how much room I need to leave for the stairnose. Are different brands interchangable? I was able to find a diagram with dimensions at the Armstrong site but don't know if all stairnose is the same.
A:I am sending a diagram to your e-mail given.
Q:What thickness riser do I use with this stair nose. I was planning to use MDF.
A:Thickness is not that important as long as you plan for it when covering the step down.