5/4x12 Southern Yellow Pine Bullnose Stair Tread - C & Better Grade

Prices are Listed Per Linear Foot (lf).

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5/4x12 Southern Yellow Pine Bullnose Stair Tread - C & Better Grade Product Specifications:

Available Lengths: 8’, 12’, and 16’.  Specified piece counts are available depending upon current stock at time of order.
Grade: SPIB C & Better Grade
Texture: 5/4x12 SYP Bullnose Stair Treads feature two smooth faces, one square edge and a beveled "bullnose" edge unique to stair tread application.
Drying Type: Kiln-Dried
Fastener Type: Stainless Steel Finish Nail
Typical Weight: 2.5 lbs per linear foot.
Dimensions: Our trim boards are cut to Standard Dimensions, which means that the board’s finished dimensions will be slightly smaller than its nominal dimensions.  For example, a finished 5/4x12 stair tread will net 1" X 11 1/4".
Shipping Options: Flat-bed tractor trailer, Roll Back, LTL Carrier. Shipping method is determined based on location and order size to minimize cost.

Coverage Calculations:
You can calculate the coverage for the amount of trim needed for your project by using our Tips page: How Do I Determine How Much Lumber I Need? Please call us if you would like a free takeoff for your project as well.

5/4x12 Southern Yellow Pine Bullnose Stair Tread C & Better Grade Flooring Resources:
Southern Pine Flooring Guide
SPIB Grading Guide for Finish and Boards

5/4x12 Southern Yellow Pine Bullnose Stair Tread - C & Better Grade Flooring Finishing & Maintenance:
After all construction debris has been removed and all nail heads have been countersunk, it is recommended to perform a finish sanding of the floor before you apply a stain or sealer. All sanding should be done in the same direction as the flooring strips, never across.

As with every unfinished interior wood flooring, applying a quality finish to all exposed surfaces is recommended. A floor finish protects the wood from moisture absorption and UV degradation. The finish selected will affect how often the floor needs cleaning and extra maintenance. A lighter floor will hide dust better, although dirt, spills, and grit may remain more visible leading to more frequent sweeping. Darker colors of floor finishes tend to conceal scratches and visible damages and tend to be more forgiving than lighter colors. Since dark colors absorb light rather than reflect it, a dark floor color may make a room appear smaller than lighter colors. You can find all of the flooring finish products we carry at our Floor Finishes page.

General Wood Flooring Maintenance Tips:
Use door mats at entryways. Do not use cocoa fiber or rubber-backed mats.
Use area rugs in high-traffic lanes.
Use floor protectors beneath furniture.
Sweeping regularly prevents scratching from dirt and grit.
Avoid using water on wood floors. Water causes wood to expand.
Direct sunlight can discolor wood. Use draperies or blinds to shield the floor from direct sunlight.

More Information
End-MatchingSquared End
SpeciesSouthern Yellow Pine
Profile Dimensions5/4x12
Edge Profile Bullnose