Estate Millwork makes solid custom stair treads that can be configured for new construction in any thickness (typically 1"), or as replacement stair treads (typically 5/8"). Our treads can be ordered with square or bullnose profiling, or any custom profile as well. Treads can be ordered with or with out nosing, and the nosing options include left hand, right hand or both. Custom and odd sizes are no problem, and you can use our online quotation tool to price and order, or for move custom options, please send us your drawings or call to discuss.
Each stair tread we manufacture begins with FAS grade hardwood lumber, much of which we kiln dry in our proprietary kilns. The rough lumber is machined to the desired dimensions in our finish mill and then is carefully fashioned into premium quality treads which can optionally have nosings or profiling done. We grain match and reverse the grain of each board component in the stair, but we can also manufacture monolithic stair treads in thicknesses up to 4" and beyond. Our stock hardwood selection includes Red Oak, White Oak, Poplar, Mahgoany, Walnut -- over 15 species, but we can manufacture in any species you desire.
Our plant uses only locally sourced domestic hardwoods and premium plantation imports. We do 100% of the processing in the USA, proudly. Much of our wood working equipment is American made and all of our machining, assembling and finishing is done in our state of the art facility in Western Pennsylvania. The skilled craftsmen who create our products, some in the third generation, take pride in each unit we assemble and enjoy the proud heritage that Appalachian hardwoods and Appalachian craftsmen can imbue to our timeless custom stair treads, risers and parts.
The cypress sapwood is very light in color and accounts for a small portion of the tree. Bald cypress heartwood varies from a pale yellow-brown to a dark reddish-brown, sometimes looking almost black. A rule of thumb, according to some, is that the deeper color the heartwood, the more decay resistant the wood. Cypress wood is very durable, stable, and water and rot-resistant, making it suitable for building and heavy construction. Exterior applications for cypress include boats, doors, shutters, siding and sashes, while interior applications include trim, architectural woodwork, doors and flooring.
While cypress has always been an architectural fixture in its main growth regions, it is being used throughout the United States in what had traditionally been cedar, redwood and treated pine applications
|Item Weight||7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0 x 0 x 0 inches|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Name||Poplar Wood New Square Stair Tread by Estate Millwork - No Return - 1" X 11.25" X 36" - Suitable for New Construction|
|Shipping Weight||8.5 pounds|
|Application||New Construction||Order Any Size||Companion Risers Separate||Quick Ship Item|
|Availble Sizes||24" - 96" Long, Andy Depth/Thickness||Odd Sizess too.||Perfect for remodels or new|
|Material||Solid Cypress||Premiums FAS Clear Grade||Years of Tread Wear.|
|Fabrication||Edge Glued Grain Reversed Boards||Traditional Style||Strength & Stability|
|Return Nosing||Left, Right or Double||Fits any application||Elegant Detail|
|Edge Detailing||Square, Bullnose, Ogee, Custom||Match Existing||Finished Look|
|Finish||Machine Sand 120, Hand Sanded 150||Drum,Edge & Palm sanded||Top quality hand finish|
|Packing||Foam Wrapped in Custom Built Carton||1/8" Foam, 3/16 Trim Sheet 100lb||Protection against damage in transit.|