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Chilton Woods Oak Laminate Stair Nose

SKU: 10001105
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A stair nose is designed to create a clean transition from a step to a hardwood floor. Also used around steps and stair landing trims.


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Chilton Woods Oak Laminate Stair Nose

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Pricey, but necessary

By Zac

from Oklahoma

Verified Reviewer

Comments about Chilton Woods Oak Laminate Stair Nose:

The straight truth? You need to buy this expensive trim if you have steps and care about it matching the flooring you purchased.

The price is obviously the drawback (I had 15 stairs to do!), however the finished result looks great. It matches, and it does its purpose and ties it in well.

I used adhesive AND nails on the wooden stairs, and just adhesive with heavy boxes left on the stair nose overnight on the concrete step I had. It all seems to hold very well, it does not seem weak at all.

The only "gripe" if I had one, it is very slick. With this flooring, the stairs are very slick. I find myself wanting to hold the railing now, and I didn't feel the need to do that with my carpet steps.
If you have elderly, putting laminate flooring down your steps may not be the best idea (Perhaps, just go with painted wood).

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By jnelsonyh

from Pittsburgh

Verified Buyer


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  • Living dining and kitch

Comments about Chilton Woods Oak Laminate Stair Nose:

I will go with a ligher floor next time

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  • Q:

    My stair treads already have a bullnose. Will I need to cut that flush with the riser to install these?
    Asked on 9/15/2015 by Chrissy

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    • Staff Reviewer


      Floating Stair Step Installations:

      You will need to cut off the existing overhanging nosing on each step first.

      1. Starting from the bottom of the staircase working up, cut the stair riser to match the height and width of the step. The risers can be made from the flooring or other finished material.
      2. Cut the flooring to length and width for each tread. An additional "filler" piece of flooring must be added to the back of the flooring.
      (Nail and glue for safety,)
      3. The Overlap Stair Nosing is then installed to cover the riser and laminate on step.
      (Nail and glue for safety,)
      4. The Steps and Risers should be attached by direct gluing to the stair using 100% urethane construction adhesive. (For safety, omit all padding).

      TIP; Fit and adjust each step before gluing.

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      Answered on 9/17/2015 by cc-2
  • Q:

    I need a stair-nose molding that has an extended portion to reach further onto the stair riser.
    Asked on 3/20/2014 by n/a

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      That is done with the laminate flooring. Laminate nose covers the edge and flooring covers the step up to the riser. Laminate flooring and nosing isn't ideal for stairs, fine for one or two steps but we caution the use of it on an entire staircase. People do it but it can be unsafe. Check your local building codes.  Hardwood flooring and nosing works great, when laminate IS used you must fully glue will 100% urethane adhesive without the use of padding, padding attached laminate must have paddling scraped off.

      Answered on 3/26/2014 by Tech & Install
  • Q:

    Does this piece of stair nose come with a shim?
    Asked on 4/30/2012 by Anonymous

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      No. Not needed unless used with a 9.5 - 12.3mm laminate. Chilton Woods Oak Laminate is 8mm.

      Answered on 5/4/2012 by Tech & Install
  • Q:

    How does stair nose look when cut and joined on a 45%
    Asked on 7/14/2010 by Anonymous

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      If done well, Great.

      Answered on 8/20/2010 by customer care 2
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