White Oak Scotia Molding

Care information

Stair treads, whether pre finished or unfinished are made up of kiln dried hardwood lumber. Like flooring, these stair treads must be stored in a dry climate controlled space with similar climate as to where they will be installed. Stair treads MUST NOT be left in a garage or basement. Acclimation to the environment is recommended. The pre finished treads should be placed back in the original box with spacers and laid flat. Unfinished treads may be stacked on each other flat. DO NOT LEAVE STAIR TREADS STANDING UP OR LEANING AGAINST A WALL FOR ACCLIMATION. DO NOT STACK PRE FINISHED TREADS FACE TO FACE WITHOUT SPACERS.

 

When you receive your order of Quality Stair Treads, please inspect each one for damage, color, and size. Once your stair tread has been cut, modified or installed we will not accept a return or claim for damage, color, or size.

Delivery and Shipping

FLAT RATE SHIPPING

Pre-Finished: Ships in 7-10 business days

Unfinished: Ships in 3-5 business days

Returns

Pre-Finished: Pre-finished products are considered custom products and are non-returnable

Unfinished: Unfinished products may be returned at a 50% restocking fee

Description

White Oak Scotia Molding

Add a touch of classic elegance to your stair project with our scotia molding.

Choose from a variety of wood species, finishes, and staining options.

Our standard scotia comes 3/4" thick, 48", 72"or 94" long.

For custom options please fill out a form on the contact page or call us at 1(800)-586-5864


Stain

If you would like your scotia to match your new stairs, please specify the brand and color name of the stain to match.

Please note that samples may be requested which will increase lead time but will assist in manufacturing more consistent pieces in the matching process.

Texturizing

Adding texture to your moldings creates a more dynamic appearance to any wood product. We create our textures by hand with either a wire brush or hand scraping. This process will accentuate the natural grain of the wood. Some woods will have a greater effect from texturizing than others.