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1 in. x 11.5 in. x 48 in. Unfinished White Oak Tread

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  • Offers a firm grip to your feet while using stairs
  • Water-resistant white oak construction offers enhanced longevity
  • Stain-friendly design offers a coordinated look with your decor
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Product Details

The Stairtek 48 in. x 11-1/2 in. Unfinished White Oak Tread is made of a solid piece of durable white oak. The appealing grain and light color of the wood can be enhanced with stain or varnish to complement your decor. Coordinates with matching riser to give your stairway a rich new look.
  • Enhance the beauty and value of your home by installing elegant unfinished hardwood treads that are easy to install and ready to accept the finish of your choice
  • Sure to be conversation piece with family and friends, Stairtek treads are an affordable option for your next remodel project
  • Easy to clean and maintain; they won't collect the dirt, grime and stains you experience with carpeted steps
  • Bostik tread-lock adhesive highly recommended (sold separately #300732207)
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Q:Can these treads be purchased with returns?
by|Jun 11, 2018
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A:  Yes, a reversible (left or right return) is available. Here is the link: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Stairtek-1-in-x-11-1-2-in-x-48-in-Unfinished-White-Oak-Reversible-Return-Tread-REWO1148-XXXXXSY/206178487

by|Jun 11, 2018
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    Q:Is Tread made in America?
    by|Jan 4, 2017
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    A:  Yes our Red Oak, White Oak, Maple, and Hickory are all Proudly made in USA. Thank you Stairtek Customer Service

    by|Aug 7, 2017
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      Q:Why can't these stair treads be used outside?
      by|Sep 2, 2016
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      A:  One major problem and one minor with your idea. The minor one is water and wood, especially if you have a freeze/thaw situation. The fortunate part is that white oak, unlike red oak, absorbs very little moisture and is not prone to the cupping, bending, and twisting that red oak can do when it gets wet. You major problem is the varnish, which I assume you will be using. Unless you use a spar varnish with a very high content of UV inhibitors you will have the age-old problem of the varnish flaking off after a few years. The UV rays penetrate the varnish, break down the outer layer of the wood, and then that along with the varnish breaks away from the main body of wood. Oops, just thought of a third problem. There is no way of know what type of glue was used in putting together the pieces of wood. If the manufacturer would come on here and tell us what they used it would be very helpful, since I like the idea of using these for porch steps. If I were doing this, and it was in a climate without extreme temperatures (some glues do not do well in very cold temps, or very hot for that matter), I would put on 2-3 coats of a very high-quality spar varnish prior to mounting. I then would mount them using face-mounted, small-headed 3" stainless deck screws. I would peg over the heads of the screws and then apply a final coat of varnish when in place (you could just varnish the under side with a couple of coats prior to placement and then do all of the rest after pegging the holes). After thoroughly drying I would apply anti-slip strips on each step, because they are going to get slippery with even small amounts of moisture.

      by|Mar 19, 2017

        A:  Just got back from my local Home Depot and was able to look at the tread. No way it is for exterior use. I didn't realize it was a thin layer of veneer over a hardwood core. It would delaminate in no time if left outside. I'm not even going to use them inside. I want sold wood only. But I will say the veneer looked quite nice. Might work well with a runner in the middle over the oak tread.

        by|Aug 27, 2021
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          Many knots in the stair treads, not a clean look....
          Many knots in the stair treads, not a clean look.
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          Beautiful quality treads, heavy and solid with pretty wood grain....
          Beautiful quality treads, heavy and solid with pretty wood grain. Made my stairs look amazing!
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          Very nice once stain and polyurethane ...
          Very nice once stain and polyurethane
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          Excellent quality, quick delivery!...
          Excellent quality, quick delivery!
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          Wood acceptable but not the best quality ...
          Wood acceptable but not the best quality
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          I recently purchased the Unfinished White Oak Stair Tread and was disappointed in the quality. I ...
          I recently purchased the Unfinished White Oak Stair Tread and was disappointed in the quality. I purchased 18 of the treads and about 30% were nice quality. The others had scratches, knots in the wood with holes, and small cracks. The treads were in boxes that were not damaged, so I think it is just poor quality and not shipping damage. For the price, (approximately $50 each for 48 inch), I expected a nice quality wood product. Had my contractor not already conditioned and stained the treads when I saw them, I would have returned them. If you purchase, look them over before you leave the store and reject the ones that are not up to standard.
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            Nice piece of wood, used it for a decretive shelf,...
            Nice piece of wood, used it for a decretive shelf, not stair tread, and it looks great.
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