Part of our premium wool collection of stair treads! An elegant but affordable alternative to a complete professional runner installation.
We make the treads in our standard sizes of 24″ wide, 27″ wide, 31″ wide and 35″ wide and they fit the standard 10″ deep stair with a 1″ thick tread. But if you need a custom size, just let us know, we can do that, too! We sell our treads individually so that you can order the correct number to match your stairs. We also custom make matching landings (with the option of a built in bullnose on one edge at no additional cost) and runners, just let us know what you need!
The style is called San Marco and the color in this listing is called Cathedral Square. It is made by J Mish with 100% New Zealand Wool. J Mish puts it best: “San Marco is a small scale, three-color pattern with a rich high-low texture. San Marco’s seven rich neutral colors color coordinate with San Marco Square, a large-scale plaid, including colorations ranging from light beige to chocolate.”
This style also comes in the following colors:
04500. Cathedral Shadow
IMPORTANT: If you want a color other than the main listing, you can look for it in our other listings or order it here, but be sure to include a message with your order or send a separate message (to email@example.com) to let us know!
Here is how we do it:
We start with this awesome 100% New Zealand Wool carpet, cut it down to the correct tread size, seam the boarders and then permanently attach our rigid edge.
The standard size is made for a 10″ deep tread 24″ wide, but you can upgrade to 27″ wide, 31″ wide or 35″ wide — or we can make any custom size you may need! As shown in our Shop and in the last two pics (of a different style), the stair tread is permanently attached to a rigid bullnose piece so that when installed it will stay nicely wrapped around your stair tread. Other manufacturers use combinations of tape or glue, and hope that your tread will stay wrapped around the end of your stair tread. Not these. treads have a pressure sensitive material that keeps the tread in place and a strong, rigid bullnose edge that keeps the wrap-around in place.
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The benefits of wool
Wool has some amazing features built in by nature…
Wool textiles act as a natural air filter, trapping allergens such as dust and pollen and keeping them out of the breathing zone
Wool is flame resistant
Wool does not burn until its gets to 700 degrees celsius, even then it self extinguishes once the source of the fire is removed.
Wool purifies the air
Wool absorbs indoor contaminants and purifies the air you breathe of harmful gases, locking them away for up to 30 years.
Wool absorbs unwanted noise
Wool textiles absorb noise and create warmth making your home or office the perfect place for relaxation, concentration and play.
About Wools of New Zealand
Wools of New Zealand is owned by the people who grow our wool, farming families who are committed to sustainable farming practices and caring for the land so that it may be passed to future generations.
Every farm is audited by AsureQuality, a New Zealand government owned Conformity Assessment Body, for:Land Management, Animal Welfare, Social Responsibility and Transparency.
We connect consumers with the people who grow superior wool, doing so ensuring excellence in all aspects of sustainability.
Wools of New Zealand works to understand the needs of our customers so that our growers can prepare the ideal wool fit for the intended value chain and deliver the optimum performance throughout it’s life. Through our supply database we are able to identify which of our growers can best deliver wool to meet the requirements of individual products. By connecting our growers with supply partners we are able to communicate future market requirements to ensure our growers adapt on-farm methods to deliver the ultimate wool.
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Want to find your own Style and color for us to make your treads, or match the J Mish carpet you already have? Look here: http://jmish.com/browse/
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