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Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Wood Mouldings

Stair Nosing Brazilian Cherry Moulding

Stair Nosing Brazilian Cherry - Jatoba Moulding is also called stair nose, bull nose, stairwell trim and landing tread. These Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Molidngs are used to create finished edges on the top step, around stairwell, sunken living room, etc. The detail of using the correct mouldings makes for a good installation, and speaks well of the installer. The Brazilian Cherry Stair Nose generally combines style and function to create an attractive threshold that catches the brunt of floor traffic while enhancing the beauty of a staircase or step. The Jatoba Stair Nose also provides the proper overhang for a transition from one floor level to the next such as the step into a sunken living room.
Stair Nosing Brazilian Cherry Moulding

Wood Species: Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba)
Moulding Stain: Natural Brazilian Cherry
Origin Country: Brazil
Botanical Name: Hymenaea courbaril
Surface Finish: Prefinished
Maximum Thickness: 13/16" (20.6375 mm)
Maximum Width: 2-7/8" (73.025 mm)
Moulding Length: 78" (1.98 m)
Janka Hardness Score: 2760
Protective Finish: Aluminum Oxide (8 coats)

Know Where Your Brazilian Cherry Moulding Come From

Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Mouldings are made of the Brazilian Cherry Tree. To read more about Brazilian Cherry tree and the jatoba wood please visit our Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Wood Species Information Page
How To Install Stair Nosing Brazilian Cherry Moulding

This Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Stair Nosing Moulding is available in tongue and groove configuration, for easy connection to the hardwood floors. When used on a stair step, the Brazilian Cherry Stair Nose moulding should cover and overlap the riser. When used on a step-up to another room, the Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Stair Nose moulding becomes the starting "edge" of the floor. Because of the interlocking of the moulding with the floor, the Jatoba Stair Nose moulding should be installed first. Once the moulding is in place, the interlocking floor can be installed out from this point. To install the Brazilian Cherry Stair Nose Moulding, apply one or two 1/4 inch beads of construction adhesive to the subfloor and seat the moulding in place If nailing, pre-drill the Brazilian Cherry moulding to prevent splitting and nail to the subfioor. To assure a flat surface in any glue down installation, it is recommend that the moulding be taped to the floor while the glue is setting up.
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Unfinished Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Flooring - Select & Better Grade
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