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Hand Scraped Replacement Stair Treads


Hand Scraped Replacement Stair Tread

Hand scraped replacement stair treads are available in the following species of wood: American Cherry, Ash, Beech, Brazilian Cherry, Hard Maple, Soft Maple, Hickory, Knotty Alder, Knotty Pine, Mahogany, Poplar, Red Oak, Quartersawn Red Oak, White Oak, Quartersawn White Oak, Spanish Cedar, and Walnut. Other types of wood are available upon request.

Hand scraped replacement stair treads have a 3/4" thick body with a nose that is 1" thick and 1-1/4" deep. Choose from almost any width and length.

Each replacement tread is scraped by hand, resulting in a nice, rustic look.

The hand scraped replacement stair treads on this page are unfinished. For other stair tread types, including prefinished, please visit wood stair parts.



American Cherry Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped American Cherry Replacement Stair Tread

American Cherry: American Cherry is sought after for its smooth texture and rich color, ranging from a soft ivory color in its sapwood to a deeper reddish tint towards the heartwood. Its grain is usually quite fine with frequent waves of growth lines adding complexity to its smooth texture.
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Ash Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Ash Replacement Stair Tread

Ash: Well known for its ability to remain smooth under constant wear and friction, Ash has a smooth feel to its surface. Its grain is closely knit and long and is marked by small waves and figuring. Like many woods, its sapwood is a yellow cream but can range up to the color of brown sugar at the heartwood.
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Beech Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Beech Replacement Stair Tread

Beech: Beech can be paler toward the sapwood and a richer brown toward the tree's center, but almost always features a warm, reddish tone. Its grain is subtle, fine, and often straight with some variation and has a rougher texture to the touch but wears smooth over time.
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Brazilian Cherry Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Brazilian Cherry Replacement Stair Tread

Brazilian Cherry: Brazilian Cherry can range from an almond color towards its surface to orange-tinted brown towards the heartwood. Its grain is interlocked and wavy and its texture is slightly rough to the touch. Over time, the wood deepens in color, showing off its exotic origins.
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Hard Maple Wood Stair TreadsHard Maple Wood Stair Tread

Hard Maple: Similar to White Oak, Maple is much lighter in color than many other woods, ranging from a fine cream to a slight blonde. Dense and extremely resistant to shock or impact, the grain of Maple is very subtle with occasional curls or bird's-eye figures adding variation to a soft, even texture.
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Hickory Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Hickory Replacement Stair Tread

Hickory: Hickory is often sought after for its hardness, but its color creates an elegance and aged look, mixing together the deep tan color of the heartwood with the pale, creamy sapwood that is streaked with fine caramel colored lines. Its grain tends to be closed with variations of waves and curls.
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Knotty Alder Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Knotty Alder Replacement Stair Tread

Knotty Alder: Harder than Knotty Pine, Alder creates a cabin look with its constellation of knots, burls, and flares. Often a light brown sugar color, Knotty Alder can also be a pale yellow or a deeper auburn towards the tree's center. As it ages, it takes on a deeper tea color with the knots remaining as eye-catching as ever. Knotty alder has closed and open knots, some of which all the way through the wood.
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Knotty Pine Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Knotty Pine Replacement Stair Tread

Knotty Pine: Similar to Knotty Alder, Knotty Pine creates a rough-hewn, rustic look through its patterns of dark knots and burls. These create a speckled, complex texture for the eye or the touch, contrasting with the smooth feel of the rest of the pine boards. The grain is very often straight, but is complemented by waves and spiral patterns.
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Mahogany Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Mahogany Replacement Stair Tread

Mahogany: Sought after for its deep red character, Mahogany is also one of the most enduring woods. Its grain is smooth and long, giving an almost fluid appearance with occasional swirls of growth lines. Mahogany has a fine texture and adds a sense of elegance to any room.
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Poplar Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Poplar Replacement Stair Tread

Poplar: One of the lighter colored woods, Poplar is almost always in the white or blonde tones but can often be streaked with grey or even green. Its grain is light and subtle with straight, consistent patterns in the lines. Individual boards can provide a soft blend between lighter sapwood and slightly darker heartwood, creating waves and patterns of shading in a floor, counter, or table.
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Quartersawn Red Oak Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Quartersawn Red Oak Replacement Stair Tread

Quartersawn Red Oak: Coarse in its feel, Quartersawn Red Oak has the same reddish tints as flat sawn Red Oak, ranging from a pinkish white at the edges of the tree to a wine colored brown at the center. Already a hard wood that wears well over time, Quartersawn is slightly less likely to be bent or shrunk by the years.
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Quartersawn White Oak Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Quartersawn White Oak Replacement Stair Tread

Quartersawn White Oak: Quartersawn White Oak is slightly more durable than flat sawn White Oak, resisting shrinkage or bending beyond average. A hard, durable wood, Quartersawn White Oak will deepen in color slightly over time, but will retain its characteristic color that can range from creamy white or eggshell towards the tree's edges to a blonde or even grayish color at the heart. Its grain is close, straight, and uniform but with occasional flecks or ribbons.
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Red Oak Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Red Oak Replacement Stair Tread

Red Oak: Coarse to the touch, Red Oak is known for how well it ages. Its hardness stands up to time as does its fine, straight grain. Its color ranges from almost white to a deep reddish brown towards the heartwood.
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Soft Maple Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Soft Maple Replacement Stair Tread

Soft Maple: Maple is one of the best hardwoods for long term or aggressive wear. Its light coloring ranges from milky to a slight amber brown but stays bright over the years. Maple has a naturally smooth texture and a grain that is quiet with wavy figuring.
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Spanish Cedar Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Spanish Cedar Replacement Stair Tread

Spanish Cedar: Like all Cedars, Spanish Cedar is most notable for its scent and pink tones, but is just as useful as it is beautiful. Spanish Cedar is renowned for its resistance to age, decay, dampness, and rot. Its grain is a very fine interlocked pattern that creates the appearance of a flat, uniform surface.
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Walnut Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped Walnut Replacement Stair Tread

Walnut: Nearly white on the tree's outsides, Walnut can be a deep brown with tones of gray or even a purplish black, creating a contrast that can be bold and inviting. The sapwood is an off white, tan color. Its grain is consistent with straight, open lines and occasional burls and pores that add depth as well as character.
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White Oak Hand Scraped Replacement Stair TreadsHand Scraped White Oak Replacement Stair Tread

White Oak: Similar to Red Oak in pattern and hardness, White Oak is slightly more durable than Red Oak and has a color that can range from cream or eggshell at the sapwood and a blonde or very light brown at the heartwood. White Oak has a grain that is slightly more open than Red Oak and can feature flares or plumes in the pattern.
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