Experience the essence of “old meets new” when hand-crafted 2 ½ Thick Distressed Stair Treads are paired with modern stairway designs. Wood textures stand out on these stain-grade treads, crafted in over 20 varieties of high-quality wood species, stained, and finished to your specifications. This magazine-quality stairway showcases beauty from every angle.
• 2 ½” Thick
• Distressed Detailing
• Solid, Stain-Grade Wood
• ¼” Roundover
• 360° Beauty
Bold and creative, our Butcher Block Thick Stair Treads boast attractive and unique grain patterns on each side.
Our 2 ½” Thick Distressed Stair Treads add a modern, strong appearance. To mount thick treads, be sure to read about Returned Edges on the Specifications tab above. We are happy to accommodate requests for notches, grooves, or other special indentations to help the mounting process. Give us a call for more details.
Additional Style Options
• Hand Scraped Texture
• Traditional, No Added Texture
• ⅛” Roundover or Square Edges
• Returned Edges (see Product Specifications tab above)
• Thickness: 2 ½”
• Depth: 11 ¼”
• Width: 36”, 42”, 48”, 54”, 60”, 66”, or 72”
We are happy to accommodate your custom dimensions. Please use the Custom Thick Stair Tread Designer to order thick treads that will fit your particular staircase. Give us a call if you have any questions!
Traditionally styled stairways sometimes require mitered edges, but they are not commonly used on floating stair systems. Returned Edges cover end grain, while also adding decorative flair. There are three configurations of returned edges available: Left, Right, and Double. NOTE: If both sides of the stair treads fit against a wall, you do not need returned edges.
To determine if a Left or Right Returned edge is required, stand at the bottom of the stairway and look up. If the right side is exposed, then you need a Right Returned Edge. If the left side is exposed, then you need a Left Returned Edge.
Double Return thick stair treads are used when both edges of the tread are exposed on a traditional stairway (but NOT floating stairs). This style of tread requires a special measurement called the “throat cut”, which you will need to provide when you place your order. To find the throat cut of your Double Return tread, measure the length between the inside of the Left and Right Returned Edges (Each Returned Edge is 1 ¼”, so a Double Return has 2 ½” of additional width).
With the exception of Double Returns, all Left and Right Returned Treads are sent to you with up to an extra 1” of material on the end with no return. This additional allowance may be trimmed on-site to match the exact curve of your unique wall, ensuring a snug fit. If you are ordering treads with No Returns, all 6 sides of the thick tread will be cut, stained, and finished to your specifications.
Clear Finish & Stain Information
StairSupplies™ offers several premium stain and finish options for our products, depending on the product’s use. For Wood Stair Treads, we offer both clear finishes and stains. Select a clear finish if you want to draw out the natural beauty and colors of the wood. If you prefer deeper, richer tones, our custom-mixed stains are the ideal choice for your Wood Stair Treads.
All tread materials and products that are used underfoot are finished with a Conversion Varnish. Strong and resilient, this varnish is standard in the hardwood flooring industry. Our team of experts apply this specialty product onto each stair tread using a spray applicator for even, flawless coverage to protect your treads against heavy wear and tear.
Wood Grain & Color Variation
At StairSuppliesTM, we believe that natural wood colors and visual textures add character to our products. With that in mind, we strive to match the grain and color of all of our wood products as closely as possible. However, due to the natural variation of wood products, there may be instances in which a perfect grain and color match is not possible. By ordering from StairSuppliesTM, you acknowledge that you are receiving a uniquely crafted product and there may be some variation in the grain and color of your wood products.