7-1/4" Paint Grade MDF Stair Riser (Medium Density Fibreboard)
A riser is the area in between the steps. The vertical component of a step which, along with the stringers, supports the treads. Stair risers can be made out of MDF, wood, tile, stone, glass, metal and carpet. MDF is the most inexpensive and commonly used product for stair risers. Because it’s so smooth, it’s a great surface for painting. There are a number of reasons why MDF may be used instead of plywood or wood for painted risers.
- Very smooth surface, has no knots or natural defects
- Paints up fantastically
- Inexpensive, dense and flat
- Can be easily cut
- No surface grain
- Oil, water-based paints and varnishes may be used
- Veneers and laminates may also be used to finish MDF
- White painted risers make the stairs stand out
- Available lengths: 48" and 96"
- Thickness: 3/4"
- Height: 7-1/4"
White risers can do a lot to brighten your staircase. Riser height and tread depth shall be uniform within each flight of stairs. The height can be reduced by edging on a table saw to a smaller width if needed.
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We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our stair products, installation or help you place an order.
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