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0.625 in. x 11.5 in. x 48 in. Unfinished Red Oak Retread

$4105
  • Offers a firm grip to your feet while using stairs
  • Compatible with stair risers for added convenience
  • Stainable design provides a coordinated look with your decor
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Product Overview

The Stairtek 48 in. x 11-1/2 in. Unfinished Red Oak Retread is made of solid, 100% oak and has a bold grain pattern. It can lend a warm look to your decor and is recommended for interior use. Coordinates with matching riser to give your stairway a rich new look.
  • 48 in. x 11-1/2 in. x 5/8 in. approximate dimensions
  • Made of 100% solid red oak
  • Unfinished, stain or varnish to enhance the grain and complement your decor
  • For interior use only
  • Sold separately is a matching riser for this tread
  • Bostik tread-lock adhesive highly recommended (sold separately #300732207)
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Height (in.)
0.625 in
Maximum Width (in.)
48 in
Product Depth (in.)
11.5 in
Product Height (in.)
0.625 in
Product Width (in.)
48 in

Details

Color Family
Red Oak
Color/Finish
Unfinished
Features
No Additional Features
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Material
Wood
Nosing Style
Bullnose
Product Weight (lb.)
10 lb
Return Type
No Return
Returnable
90-Day
Stair Part Type
Tread
Stair Tread Type
Retread

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year Structual Warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 418 reviews
  • 98% recommend this product
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Treads finished beautifully. I’m very pleased with the result....
Treads finished beautifully. I’m very pleased with the result.
by DANIEL
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Turned out great! Measure carefully though! They fit right over my existing 1980s builder grade p...
Turned out great! Measure carefully though! They fit right over my existing 1980s builder grade pine treads. Now my stairs meet current Florida Building Code, and I cant be more pleased. I picked them up at a HD store, which is always an easy experience. One of them had a knick on the nose, but after cutting to size, using wood filler and staining, I can't tell which one it was. Be patient with the time it takes to measure, stain and Poly the treads, and use adhesive made for wood flooring instead of just construction adhesive.
by MeredithinFlorida
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4 people found this helpful
Easy to stain and install...
Easy to stain and install
by JENNIFER
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2 people found this helpful
Very nice product, used these instead of laminate for the...
Very nice product, used these instead of laminate for the stair tread. I stained and used polyurethane first, then cut and installed with glue and nails. Used the laminate for the skirts and risers. will do the next stair well with the same product.
by Don
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Easy to work with and looks great. I used them with the stair tek oak risers. Make sure you get t...
Easy to work with and looks great. I used them with the stair tek oak risers. Make sure you get the stair tek tread tool or you will have a hard time cutting your pieces for an exact fit.
by Steve
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2 people found this helpful
These look beautiful n nice n solid. Still need to finish my trim but love this will the slate ri...
These look beautiful n nice n solid. Still need to finish my trim but love this will the slate risers!!
by Cakelady
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1 person found this helpful
Easy to stain and cut. Looks great!...
Easy to stain and cut. Looks great!
by mup4ever
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1 person found this helpful
I went into this project with enthusiasm then anxiety. I read reviews and saw videos of other wom...
I went into this project with enthusiasm then anxiety. I read reviews and saw videos of other women doing it and was encouraged. As I started, I felt like I was in over my head. I learned to take my time and literally take it step by step. It took me 9 days to stain 12 steps, 6 piece landing and nose - I sanded with 220 grit, pre-condition and 1 coat of stain then a bit more stain then 3 coats of poly - one coat a day. I attempted to cut current noses with reciprocating saw - too much power for my 5’3 frame. Compact circular saw and oscillating tool were more female friendly. I liked the look of white bead board for risers with a particle board behind it for total of 3/4 in. thickness. I rented miter saw to cut sides of treads and landing pieces (I used 3/4 in. risers of same red oak as treads for landing). NOTE: I got splitting on first 2 treads that I cut stain side up so HIGHLY RECOMMEND you cut stain side down. I cut back of treads with my female friendly compact circular saw with parallel guide attachment. I installed riser/tread/riser/tread as seen in video which allowed for 1/4 in gap recommended for expansion - riser over back of tread covers up gap. About 16 days later (I have a FT job), my steps are done! I’m every woman with a side of Wonder Woman. Steps are beautiful - see for yourself.
by WonderWoman
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    12 people found this helpful
    We just refinished our stairs with this product using Tread-Lock adhesive and Minwax pre-stain co...
    We just refinished our stairs with this product using Tread-Lock adhesive and Minwax pre-stain conditioner and Minwax wood stain and they came out beautifully. (In areas of heavy grain, the stain will sweat from the wood a bit so go back to check it occasionally as it dries so you don't have odd sticky spots). The only reason I give this a 4 of 5 stars is that they are very sensitive to sanding. What I mean is, if you don't sand them at all they will take lots of stain, but if you sand to make them smoother, make sure you do EXACTLY the same thing to each one. For example, I used fine 180 grit very lightly with the best result...but used 220 grit also lightly on another step (ran out of 180) and it accepted far less stain, and one step is lighter than the others. I solved my problem by placing that tread in direct light so the darker one appears to simply be in a shadow...came out fine...just be careful andmethodical. I would totally use these again.
    by jm
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      3 people found this helpful
      Excellent option for stair replacement - every thread was perfect and after finishing looked like...
      Excellent option for stair replacement - every thread was perfect and after finishing looked like a million bucks$. Installation was easy and looks great.
      by Handiman1
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