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Old 01-14-2019, 08:08 AM   #1
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Trim at top of entry steps

Anyone know of a source for the plastic trim around entry steps?

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Try https://www.allstairtreads.com/index.html
Look under "stair nosing".
I got some sample step tread pieces from them when I was redoing my entry steps. The products are good. Although in the end I decided to tile the steps.
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You might find that piece here:

https://www.allstairtreads.com/vicanocogu.html

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Thanks, but allstairtreads.com do not carry this profile, any other suggestions?
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Anyone know of a source for the plastic trim around entry steps?

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Is that designed for tile to butt right into that pocket? If so, my coach had a piece of aluminum "L" metal to cover the end of the tile and dropped down on the riser of the step. Maybe a 1 1/2" x 1 1/2".

When I replaced the floors and re-did the steps, I didn't use it any more.
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Is that designed for tile to butt right into that pocket? If so, my coach had a piece of aluminum "L" metal to cover the end of the tile and dropped down on the riser of the step. Maybe a 1 1/2" x 1 1/2".

When I replaced the floors and re-did the steps, I didn't use it any more.
On mine the channel or pocket holds carpet on the kick panel for the top step. I think I may just replace all three pieces with an L shaped stair nosing that goes over the wood floor and carpet kick panels.
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