Have you ever looked at interior design magazine to get ideas for your own dream home? When a home is showcased in the pages of a magazine, one of the first picture you see is the entryway. It's the first impression the home gives and it sets the stage for the rooms to follow. If your entryway looks old and worn, what does that say about you and your home? Have you been dreaming of an entryway like you see in magazines? Now it can be a reality with Country Mouldings wood stair treads.
Made only from the finest grade lumber, our prefinished wood stair treads are crafted for beauty and durability. They are also very versatile. A new set of prefinished stair treads can transform your home or just complement its existing style. When you receive your custom wood stair treads, they are ready to install. Because you don't have to stain or finish them, there is no mess involved. If only the rest of your home renovations could be this easy!
Why Choose Country Mouldings Prefinished Stair Treads?
Add Strength and Beauty Over time wood stair treads can become worn and will need to be replaced. Finding new treads that will not only add beauty to your home, but will be strong enough to hold up to the flow of constant traffic is important. Our prefinished wood stair treads are finished with three coats of catalyzed commercial grade varnish that brings out the natural beauty of the wood and adds to the durability of the tread.
Custom Made to Fit Any Staircase Our prefinished stair treads come in a standard 1" thickness, but your choices are endless. You can choose one of our many wood species and any length or width. For modern homes that are filled with light, a brazilian cherry or walnut would be a way to warm up the space and offer contrast. To lighten up a small, dark entryway, choosing a lighter wood like ash for your stair treads can help create a lighter feel.
Because all staircases are not created equal, we don't believe in making stair treads that are one size fits all. When you order prefinished stair treads from Country Moulding, you can rest assured that each one was specifically made for your home, based on your measurements. Need to match your wood stair treads to your existing trim or flooring? Not a problem. In addition to prefinished wood stair treads, we also offer them in prestained.
Easy to Order One of the ways Country Mouldings set themselves apart from other companies and big box stores is by our convenient ordering. Because we are the manufacturer, we can offer a quotation on prefinished stair treads instantly. There is no going back and forth with a contractor or store owner. There is no trying to make a standard size work in your space because every tread we offer is custom made. Our ordering process is just as simple, in a few clicks you can be on your way to creating an entryway that is worthy of being featured in a magazine.
American Cherry: American Cherry is one of North America's finest and most desirable of all hardwoods. American Cherry has straight, fine grain, and smooth texture. The heartwood is combined of reddish brown tones, while the sapwood color is creamy white. American Cherry is extremely stable and very beautiful when finished.
Ash: Ash is normally straight grained and is similar to the grain of red oak. Ash sapwood varies in color from light blond to nearly white and the heartwood varies from darker tans to browns. PricingInformation
Beech: Beech varies in color from a pale brown to dark reddish brown heartwood and white sapwood that may exhibit reddish tones. Beech is usually straight grained, very durable, shock resistant, and strong. Beech has elastic properties that make it a perfect choice for your prefinished replacement wood stair tread. PricingInformation
Brazilian Cherry: Brazilian Cherry comes from the Jatoba tree commonly found in Central and South America. Brazilian Cherry sapwood is white, gray, or pinkish in color and the heartwood ranges from salmon-red to orange-brown. PricingInformation
Hard Maple: Hard Maple is fine textured, very strong, and light in color. Hard Maple sapwood is ivory white and the heartwood is darker brown. Hard Maple may contain some brown, but it will be minimal. PricingInformation
Hickory: Hickory is the hardest and the strongest american wood. Hickory heartwood is pale to reddish brown while sapwood is white. Hickory is coarse textured with fine grain that is normally straight but can be wavy or irregular. PricingInformation
Knotty Alder: Knotty Alder features a color range of a light brown heartwood with reddish or peach tones, to a light sapwood. Knotty Alder is similar in character to Pine, and may have both small and large solid, open knots that vary in size, shape, and color. Knotty Alder often has small and large split knots and open knots that may go completely through the wood. PricingInformation
Knotty Pine: Knotty Pine is often recognized by its popular rustic appearance. Knotty Pine is a soft, light weight wood that usually contains knots throughout that vary in size, color, and shape. The sapwood varies in color from a blondish-white, while the heartwood is light reddish brown. PricingInformation
Mahogany: The heartwood of Mahogany is a blend of beautiful dark reddish-brown tones that contrast sharply with its white sapwood. Mahogany's rich color deepens as the wood ages. Mahogany is very durable and generally straight grained. PricingInformation
Poplar: Poplar has a creamy white sapwood color, while the heartwood varies from pale yellowish brown to olive green. Poplar is generally straight grained with a medium to fine texture, durable, shock resistant, and highly stable. PricingInformation
Quartersawn Red Oak: Quartersawn Red Oak heartwood is similar to red oak and the coloration varies from tan to pink with a reddish tinge. The sapwood is white to light brown. Quartersawn Red Oak has a straight, flaked grain and coarse texture. PricingInformation
Quartersawn White Oak: Quartersawn White Oak heartwood varies in color from light tan or pale yellow brown to pale or dark brown. The sapwood is whitish to light brown in color. Quartersawn White Oak has straight, flaked grain with a finer texture than red oak. PricingInformation
Soft Maple: Soft Maple is very similar to Hard Maple. The sapwood is grayish white and may have darker colored flecks. Soft Maple heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown. Soft Maple wood stair treads may contain some brown, but it will be minimal. PricingInformation
Spanish Cedar: Spanish Cedar is often popular due to its aromatic nature. The heartwood can range from pinkish to reddish brown tones that darken with age. The sapwood is white and sometimes carries pinkish tones. Spanish Cedar is very stable, durable, and decay resistant. PricingInformation
Walnut: Walnut heartwood ranges from light brown to dark chocolate brown, occasionally with dark streaks. Walnut sapwood is off-white and tan, and may sometimes have wavy or curly grain. PricingInformation