Our Stair treads are 1" x 11 1/2 x any length. Made to order using the our highest quality wood. Available in Red Oak, White Oak, Hickory, Circle Sawn Oak, Ash, and Walnut. Stair treads are available wall to wall or with a left or right return.
Tidewater Lumber manufactures high quality hardwood stair treads at affordable prices. You will be greatly satisfied with the quality of our stair treads. Milled with state of the art equipment using the highest quality lumber. Our stair treads are made to last a life time.
|Cuts available in 36", 42", 48", 54", 60" and custom long lengths.
|36” return left
|36” return right
|42” return left
|42" return right
|48" return left and right
|54" return left and right
|60" return left and right
Depth is the distance measured between the front of the stair tread and the back of the stair tread.
Width is the distance measured between the left and right sides of the stair tread, NOT including the returned edging material.
Thickness defaults to a 1” standard on Tidewater Lumbers standard wood stair treads.
Returns are mitered nosing used to create a more finished look, concealing all end grains and producing a finished stair.
To determine if a left or right returned edge is required for your Tidewater stair tread, stand at the bottom of your stairway and look up at it. If the right side is exposed, then you need a right return. If the left side is exposed, then you need a left return.
Choosing your stair treads can be straightforward and simple with the help of Tidewater Lumber. The main key points to consider when choosing the right wood stair treads are:
Durability: Choosing a wood species that is known for its strength and durability is a must. The hardwoods that we stock, such as oak, hickory, and maple, are good choices for stair treads because they are resistant to wear and tear.
Finish: Consider the type of finish and stain that you want on your stair treads. Some hardwoods, such as oak and hickory, take stains and finishes well, while others, such as pine or synthetics, may require a more durable finish to protect against wear and tear.
Grain pattern: Some consider the grain pattern of the wood the main deciding factor. It affects the core look of your space. Some woods, such as oak and hickory, have distinctive grain patterns that can add distinct character to a space, while others, such as pine, have a more uniform grain pattern.
Cost: Consider the cost of the wood and how it fits into your budget. Some woods, such as oak and hickory, may be more expensive than others, such as pine or pressed. Tidewater mills and stocks high quality hardwood stair treads.
Tidewater Lumber wood stair treads are a great addition to any family home. Our stair treads are durable, easy to maintain, and can be finished to match the surrounding flooring. Easily add warmth and character to virtually any staircase.One of the main benefits of Tidewater wood stair treads is their durability.
We source the finest hardware lumber and process it on site at our Greenville lumbermill. Our flooring and stair treads can withstand heavy foot traffic and wear and tear over time.
Tidewater Lumbers thick stair treads are perfect for steel frame stairs. Steel frame stairs are often used in modern and contemporary buildings because they can provide a sleek and minimalist look. They can be used in combination with other materials, such as wood, glass, or concrete, to create a modern and industrial aesthetic. A quality lumber and stair tread really add to the vintage class of steel & spiral staircases.
Another advantage to choosing Tidewater Lumber stair treads is their design versatility. Our hardwood stair treads can be stained or painted to match the surrounding flooring or decor, making our stairs a good choice for both traditional and modern spaces. In addition to a lifetime of durable use, our wood stair treads can add a natural, warm, and inviting feel to any home.
Tidewater Lumber stair treads can be used to create a traditional or modern cohesive look to a commercial building, or to add a touch of character and charm to your family home.