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Cinnabar Oak Laminate Stair Nose

Cinnabar Oak Laminate Stair Nose

Cinnabar Oak Laminate Stair Nose
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SKU: 10022250
Comparable Price $4.49/linear ft.
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7.5 linear ft. each
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Cinnabar Oak Stair Nose- 7.5 LF

About Stair Nosing:
It is designed to create a clean transition from a step to a hardwood floor.
Also used around steps, stair landing trims, and to elevate floor perimeters.

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        Laminate Stairnose Saves Face

        By Geezerdude

        from Aurora, CO


        • Attractive
        • Solid Construction
        • Value Conscious
        • Workability


        • Limited Availability

        Best Uses

        • Stairnose

        Used the product as stairnose on reconditioned entryway staircase. Looks great, fresh, revitalized.
        Unfortunately, has either been discontinued or just extremely limited supply at our local dealer.


        looks nice but tricky to install

        By Mr. Monday

        from Waynesville,NC

        Verified Reviewer


        • Looks Nice


        • Doesn't Fit Flooring Well

        Best Uses

          In order to install laminate flooring on stairs, the backing must be peeled off which changes the height of boards that interconnect with the bull nosing boards. They don't line up level when attached at the stair and don't have a snug fit which makes gluing difficult.

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          Looks nice

          By Pops

          from SoCal



              Best Uses

                Does the intended job. Stair nose from anywhere is very expensive.

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                • No

                Good Look with Fit & Finish

                By Big Al

                from Fremont, WI

                Verified Reviewer


                • Easy To Install
                • Easy to lay out


                • Instructions

                Best Uses

                • Overhanging edge
                • Stair tread

                The instructions suggested using the filler piece if using a thicker floor. I found it necessary when using an 8mm floor to keep the stair tread level with the floor. I was surprized by how well the tread looked after it was installed. I would do it again.


                Sorry I waited so long!

                By Dog Lover

                from San Antonio, Texas

                I had laminate installed on the staircase and it looks gorgeous.Was going to have carpet installed instead but glad I did'nt. the couple i am renting the home to have several children and a very large dog so it is a high traffic area. but the product still looks really good.

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                • Q:

                  Do I need to cut the overhangs off the existing stairs before installation or do I just install over the current edge of the stairs?
                  Asked on 3/4/2013 by Matthew from Phoenix,AZ

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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.

                    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 3/5/2013 by cc-2
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