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Prefinished White Oak Hardwood 4 ft Retrofit Scotia

SKU 10025281
$2.29 / Ft $9.16 each · covers 4 Ft

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Prefinished White Oak Hardwood 4 ft Retrofit Scotia

Scotia or Cove moldng is a type of molding usually installed under the nosing of each tread of a stair. The Scotia molding hides the joining between the tread and the riser of the stair. The Scotia is also the name of the concave part of a molding.

Details

  • Article Number
    PRRFWOSCO
  • Texture
    Smooth
  • Color
    Blonde
  • Species - Industry Name
    White Oak
  • Nominal Gloss Level (g.u.)
    40
  • Finish Stain
    Clear Finish
  • Pattern
    No Pattern
  • Intended Usage
    Residential Applications, Light Commercial Applications
  • Molding Shape
    Retrofit
  • Color Group
    Beige
  • Moisture Limits (Insitu RH)
    55%
  • Shade
    Light
  • Species - Marketing Name
    White Oak
  • Installation Areas
    Dry Areas
  • Pattern Repeat Count
    Natural
  • CARB Relevance
    NN
  • Wood or Stone Look
    Wood Look

Dimensions

  • Overall Thickness (Nominal)
    .875 in.
  • Width
    2 in.
  • Overall Thickness (Actual)
    .875 in.
  • Average Length
    48 in.
  • Maximum Plank Length
    48 in.
  • Minimum Plank Length
    48 in.
  • Box Weight
    .44 lb.

Warranties & Certifications

  • Residential Warranty
    No Warranty
  • Light Commercial Warranty
    No Warranty
  • Heavy Commercial Warranty
    No Warranty

prop 65 warning This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.