8011 False Starting Step

8011 False Starting Step

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Product Description

False starting steps are used when carpeting stairs. The false starting step can be trimmed to fit and is 8″ from the end to the notch and the round section is 10 3/8″. The depth of the tread is 11 1/4″ and the round diameter is 12 1/2″. Riser height is 7 1/2″, tread is 1″ thick, overall height is 8 1/2″.

This product can be used as either a left or right hand return.

Special options for starting steps:
All starting step treads can be hand scraped for an additional 30%.
All starting step risers can be made paint grade for a 20% saving.
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Product Q&A

Tim Herzog
9 months 17 days ago

I have a bottom step of oak that has a round end on one side but not on the other side of the stairs. Could I add this side so I have 2 rounded edges of the bottom step? I was not planning on carpeting the steps but just put a runner on the steps. Would this addition be too obvious to add the rounded edge? The bottom step is new, but has a finish on it.

9 months 17 days ago

Hi Tim,
I think you would struggle to have the runner look good, while being able to cover the fact that one of the ends was separate from the main body of your steps. You could try it, but I think you’ll be better off getting an entirely new starting step.

9 months 6 days ago

I want to replace the false step I have I am taking the carpet off and adding treads my question is I am measuring the existing False step it’s dimensions are 12″ 1/2 the round 11″1/4 from outside edge to inside hitting first step the Vertical Length is 16″ 3/4 I don’t see the vertical length of your # 8011 False step

9 months 4 days ago

Hi David,
I’ve just added an image that has the specific dimensions of our 8011 false starting step. I believe that will answer your question. Please let us know if there is anything else you need.


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