Wood Stair Nosing

$79.99

Product Description

Wood stair nosing is a durable and attractive finished trim for treads on stairs and other exposed edges

$79.99

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The Wood Flooring Flush Stair Nose finishes off the edge of the tread on each stair as well as open loft edges, sunken living room edges, and many other exposed edge applications. The nosing attaches via a tongue-and-groove connection with the hardwood plank for an attractive rounded complete-stair finish. Available only in the much more desirable and aesthetic flush construction. This transition is offered in all GoHaus engineered wood colors. Online price is for European Oaks and Maples. Prices for Exotics, Acacias, and Value Woods may vary.

Dimensions: 5/8" x 3.5" x 84" or ½” x 3.5” x 84”

Please Note: Shipping times may vary depending on the wood species and in-stock availability.

  • Maple and European Oak transitions will ship with flooring unless out of stock. Lead time is 2-6 weeks for delivery if item is out of stock at time of purchase.
  • Exotics, Value Woods, and Acacia transitions are special order and prices and sizes vary. Transitions will ship separately via small parcel within 2-3 weeks directly from our vendor.
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