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Cap A Tread

Model 016071581

Internet #203800855

Store SO SKU #791073

Pacific Cherry 47 in. Long x 12-1/8 in. Deep x 1-11/16 in. Height Laminate to Cover Stairs 1 in. Thick

$49.98 /each

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Cap A Tread is a durable laminate with pre-attached stair nosing. For updating carpeted or worn out stairs. Easy glue down installation. Cost effective way to add value to your home.

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  • Cap A Tread adds character to your stairs
  • Durable laminate with pre-attached stair nosing
  • 20-year warranty
  • Don’t forget your coordinating moldings and trim
  • Coordinates with laminate flooring
  • Product is proudly manufactured by Zamma Corporation
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Don’t forget your coordinating moldings
  • Clean with damp cloth
  • No painting or staining necessary

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Pacific Cherry 47 in. Long x 12-1/8 in. Deep x 1-11/16 in. Height Laminate to Cover Stairs 1 in. Thick
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Tread thickness

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The installation video states there are two sizes to cover a tread less than 1 inch and a tread that is 1 1/8 plus. The tread on my stairs is 1 3/8 inch thick. I only see the one for the 1 inch thickness available for sale, where can I obtain the second type? Also, the width on my stairs is 48 1/4 inches. Are there any alternatives besides purchasing the 94 inch length and cutting to length, resulting in a great deal of wasted product I am unable to use?
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8mm or 5/16 inch thick material
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1 and 11/16 inches thick
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy for a beginning - buy extra I read other reviews of this vendor's products and many complain about the factory quality. They say consistency is a good thing, so you can count on needing at least 20% more than you think you need. I have 17 stairs, bought 20 Cap-a-Treads to cover my errors and had 2 treads damaged right out of the package (10%). Then in the process of cutting them, I had 2 break at the nose seam (10%). So now I'm down one stair on my project :( Good thing Home Depot took back the damaged treads. I watched the video about 4 times then got started. It took me a couple hours to get the first stair done as I had to learn what to do - measure, template, cut, test fit, repeat. One I installed 5 of them, I was knocking them out in about 15-20 minutes (riser and tread). The whole project took me 3 days with lots of stair climbing :) Warning: The video warns of two different sizes of nosing. Either I got lucky and ordered the right one (rare), or Home Depot only offers the bigger size to prevent unnecessary returns. Only sad thing I can think of about this whole project is it shows what builders can get away with when they know they are putting down carpet. I spent most of a day prepping the surfaces (scraping off plaster, driving in screws, reshaping drywall) before putting down the treads, and an hour afterwards filling in sloppy drywall cuts that were now exposed. Now I get to learn how to stain stair rails . . . Pros: Nice appearance Easy to install Cons: Seams break easily You will have to repaint unless you have a quality home with perfectly square walls May 8, 2014
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