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Wholesale Hardwood Interiors, Inc.
Stair Parts Catalog
Table of Contents
Page
Contents
4
An Introduction to WHI
5
A Letter from WHI’s President
6-7
How To Lay Out A Stair in 30
Seconds
7
Coffman Stair Building Guide
8-9
Post-To-Post and Over-The-Post
Stair Diagrams
11 - 18
Newels
19 - 24
Balusters
25 - 28
Iron Balusters
29 - 30
Handrails / Wallrails
31 - 32
Shoerail / Fillets
33 - 34
Bending Rails & Moulds
35 - 40
Handrail Fittings
41 - 48
Treads / Risers / Skirtboard /
Particle Board
49 - 50
Starting Steps
51 - 52
Accessories
53 - 56
Hardware
57 - 59
Folding Attic Stairs
60
Index
3
An Introduction To WHI
WHI has built its success and reputation upon dedication to high standards of quality and service. Recognizing
the need for a greater variety of mouldings, custom millwork and high-quality stair parts in the market, WHI
has filled this void by stocking a wide variety of top-quality, custom-designed mouldings, popular styles of
doors, stair parts and dimensioned lumber.
Products formerly available only through custom order are now priced and dispatched as stock products. A
special millwork department is also geared to produce custom products in nearly the same time as stock
deliveries. Combine all of this with personalized service that includes individual sales, onsite pricing, footage
estimates and design consultation. It is obvious why WHI has enjoyed healthy, continuous growth since its
establishment in 1985.
WHI is continuing to grow; this is reflected in the 30,000 square foot addition to our manufacturing facility, a
2,000 square foot addition to our corporate office, a 25,000 square foot expansion in our pre-hung door
department and expanding our number of warehouses to 12 total.
Campbellsville, Kentucky is home to our corporate and operations office along with our main warehousing and
manufacturing facilities. Currently our satellite warehouses are in a four state area (Kentucky, Tennessee,
Indiana and Ohio) and have Account Executives available to assist you. The warehouses are located in:
Campbellsville, Bowling Green, Lexington, Louisville, Richmond and Walton in Kentucky; Evansville and
Indianapolis in Indiana; Dayton and Cincinnati in Ohio; and Brentwood and Hendersonville in Tennessee.
We accept the responsibility to create added value for those who entrust us with their business or home. We
strive to effectively meet our customers’ ever-changing needs. WHI realizes we must consistently meet the
demanding guidelines for quality and service that we developed many years ago and our customers have come
to expect.
Wholesale Hardwood Interiors strives to exceed your expectations in quality, service and integrity.
Wholesale Hardwood Interiors, Inc.
1030 Campbellsville Bypass / P.O. Box 485 / Campbellsville, KY 42719
www.wholesalehardwoodint.com
(c) 2008
4
A Letter From the President
Dear Valued Customer:
On behalf of Wholesale Hardwood Interiors, Inc., I would like to thank you for your continued
support throughout our 23 years of business.
You, our customers, are the foundation of our success. We highly value you and your opinions
and we take pride in providing you with the best products to fit your necessities. We strive to
exceed our customer’s needs through quality, service and integrity.
.
Quality: We are confident that you will be pleased with the quality of the material and workmanship you will find with our products. Our reputation has been established through repeat
customers, word-of-mouth referrals and the guarantee we offer.
Service: Wholesale Hardwood Interiors, Inc. (WHI) is committed to strengthening the
relationship we share with our current customers while continuing to build solid relationships
with new customers. Improvements and expansions are in the planning stages in order to
provide our customers with the best possible service. We have numerous Account Executives
and service personnel throughout our territories, who are available to provide personal, oneon-one assistance for all of your building projects. We offer an unsurpassed level of personal
service to compliment our products.
Integrity: WHI is dedicated to operating our business with integrity. From our employees and
staff, to our Account Executives, to the products that go out the door, we want your buying
experience with WHI to be pleasing from start to finish and conducted with the utmost respect.
Please feel free to call on us at anytime – our Account Executives and our Customer Service
Department will strive to exceed your expectations. Thank you again from Wholesale
Hardwood Interiors, Inc.
Sincerely,
Michael G. Judd
President
5
How to Lay Out A Stair in 30 Seconds
1. First, determine the floor-to-floor dimension from the plans or field
measurements.
2. Divide the floor-to-floor dimensions by 8.*
3. Round the answer up to the next whole number (this is the minimum number
of total risers in the proposed stair).
4. Subtract one from the number of risers calculated in step 3 (this is the
minimum total number of treads in the proposed stair).
5. Multiply 13 by the number of risers calculated in step 3 (this is the
approximate length, in inches, of the stringer and skirtboard needed for the
stair).
6. Multiply 13 by the number of treads calculated in step 4 (this is the minimum
length, in inches, of the handrail or shoerail).
7. Multiply 10 by the number of risers calculated in step 3 (this is the minimum
run of the stair).
8. Add 12” to the run calculated in step 7 to allow for the lug at the top of the
stair and for trim at the bottom of the stair (total space requirement for the run
or horizontal length of the stair).
9. Headroom: determine how many risers will be located under the ceiling
instead of under the well. With an 8’ ceiling, there can only be two risers
outside the well; with a 9’ ceiling, there can be three and in a 10’ ceiling, there
can be four. If there are more, then a headroom problem is likely.
Continued on following page.
6
10. To double check that your stair meets prevailing* code guidelines, divide
the floor-to-floor dimensions by the number of risers calculated in step 3.
If that dimension is more than 7-3/4,” add one riser and adjust the rest of
the calculations accordingly.
*Check local code for maximum/minimum rise and adjust calculations
accordingly. It is easier to round up to a whole number when dividing to
avoid dividing by fractions.
This is not the only way to calculate dimensions for a stair; this is just a quick
way to determine the minimum stair to fit the floor-to-floor dimension and
allows you to determine space and headroom problems immediately.
NOTE: The tips above are intended as information only and no attempt is made to represent or
imply any codes. Code information and enforcement are the sole responsibility of the stair builder
and local code officials and WHI is not responsible for the use of any of this information in any
application.
Coffman Stair Building Guide
Each indexed chapter of this guide visually deals with one
segment of the stair installation process. Dozens of
photographs cover each section in depth, allowing you to
see actual job site conditions at each stage of the
installation process.
This book measures 7-1/4” x 9” and includes reference
charts, step-by-step photos, in-depth details and is clearly
written for both the beginning carpenter and experienced
stair installer to understand. Chapters covered in the book
include: stair basics, part information, rough stair, stair
body, balustrade layout, newels, rails and fittings,
baulsters, curved rail, wonderail, forged and hardware.
A reference and index section are also included.
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Stair Systems
POST-TO-POST (PTP): A balustrade system where handrail is cut and attached between square top newels.
1-Rise Gooseneck
1/2 Newel
Landing Newels
Landing Newel
2-Rise Gooseneck
Plain Handrail
Starting Newel
Landing Tread
Knee Wall
Plowed Rail/Fillet
for Square Top Baluster
Shoerail with Fillet
8
Stair Systems
OVER-THE-POST (OTP): A balustrade system which utilizes fittings to go over newels for an
unbroken, continuous handrail.
Tandem Cap
1-Rise Left-Hand Gooseneck
with Cap
Plain Rail for Taper
Top Balusters
2-Rise Left-Hand
Gooseneck
with Cap
Landing
Newel
Landing Tread
Left-Hand
Volute
Starting Newel
Oval Rosette
Plowed Rail / Fillet
for Square Top
Balusters
Square Top Balusters
Right-Hand
Turnout
Mitered Returned
Tread
Bracket
Double Bullnose
Starting Step
Open Stair
Skirt Board
9
10
Newels
11
Newels
▲
Newel: A structural,
vertical post used at the
top and bottom of every
stair, at all directional
changes and at intervals
of not more than 8’ on
level balcony runs.
▲
▲
▲
▲
26-9/16”
26-9/16”
26-11/16”
43”
▼
▲
43”
56”
▼
▲
▼
▲
NOTE: Diameter
denotes a round bottom
newel.
29-7/16”
16-5/16”
16-7/16”
▲
6”
Half Newels are
available by request.
▼
▼
▼
▲
3-7/16”
▲
3-7/16”
▲
▲
▲
3-7/16”
▲
13”
▼
▲
▼
▲
▼
▲
20-11/16”
20-11/16”
52”
20-11/16”
20-11/16”
47”
56”
▼
▲
56”
▼
▲
▼
▼
▲
▲
17-7/8”
▼
22-7/8”
▼
▼
▼
21-7/8”
▼ ▼
18-7/8”
▼
▼
▼
4063SP
3” Diameter X 43”
Oak, Poplar
10”
▼
▲
5”
▼
▲
5”
▲
▼ ▼
4015SP - 3” X 56”
Oak, Poplar
4010SP - 3” X 43”
Oak, Poplar
3-7/16”
12
▲
4040SP - 3” X 47” 4042SP - 3” X 52” 4045SP - 3” X 56” 4046SP - 3” X 56”
Oak, Poplar
Oak, Poplar
Oak, Poplar
Oak, Poplar
Newels
3-1/2”
3-1/2"
3-1/2”
▲
3-1/2"
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
3-1/2” ▲
16"
▲
9-1/2”
9-1/2"
▼
▲
6-1/2”
47-1/2”
17-1/2”
▼
▲
56”
17-1/2"
▼
▲
▼
▲
▼
▲
73”
17-1/2”
17-1/2"
▼
▲
▼
▲
▲
17-1/2”
48"
▲
3-1/2”
▼
▲
▼
▲
17-1/2”
56”
6-1/2”
▼
▲
6-1/2”
▼
▲
▲
▼
▲
45-1/2”
59-1/2"
28-1/2”
25-1/2”
20”
17"
▼
22-1/2"
▼
4001 - 3-1/2” X 48”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
▼
4002 - 3-1/2” X 56”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
▼
4007 - 3-1/2” X 47-1/2” 4008 - 3-1/2” X 56”
Oak, Poplar
Oak, Poplar
4003 - 3-1/2” X 59-1/2”
Oak, Poplar
▲
5-1/2”
▼
▲
▲
5”
▲
1”
▲
▼
▲
5”
▼
▲
3-1/2”
▲
▲
5-1/2”
▼
▲
58”
▼
▲
▼
▲
5-11/16”
12-15/16”
▼
▲
2-7/8”
▼
▲
12-15/16”
44”
▼
▲
5-11/16”
▼
▲
5-11/16”
26-1/4”
▲
▼
▲
41”
▼
▲
▲
1”
5-1/2”
60”
2-7/8”
23”
23”
▼
▲
12-15/16”
▼
▲
48”
2-7/8”
▼
▲
▼
▲
32”
16”
16-1/4”
13”
▼
▼
▼
▼
4500 - 3-1/2” X 48” 4504 - 3-1/2” X 58”
White Oak
White Oak
▼
▼
4210 - 3-1/2” X 41”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
4215 - 3-1/2” X 60”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
4008L - 3-1/2” X 73”
Oak, Poplar
▲
1”
3-1/2” ▲
▼
▼ ▼
▼
4662 3-3/8” Diameter X 44”
Oak, Poplar
13
Newels
1”
▲
▲
1"
1” ▲
1” ▲
▲
1” ▲
▲
▲
▲
▲
27”
27”
27”
27”
40”
41”
▼
▲
44”
30"
60”
44"
▼
▲
▼
▲
▼
▲
13”
12”
▼
▼
▼
4010 - 3” X 41”
Oak, Poplar
32”
16”
13"
▼
▼
4012 - 3” X 40”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
4014 - 3” X 44”
Oak, Poplar
2-3/8” ▲
▲
5”
▼
▲
▲
10”
▲
▼
▲
23-1/4”
59-1/2
59-1/2
53-1/2”
▼
▲
▼
▲
22-7/8”
23-7/8”
▼
▲
▼
▲
20-7/8”
16-7/8”
14
2-3/8” ▲
23-1/4”
23-1/4”
▼
▼
▼
▼
▼
▼
▼
▼
4065 - 2-3/4” Diameter X 44”
Oak, Poplar
13”
▼
▲
23-1/4”
47-1/2”
▼
4015 - 3” X 60”
Oak, Poplar
2-3/8” ▲
2-3/8” ▲
▲
5”
▼
▲
▼
▲
▼
▼
4046 - 3” X 59-1/2”
4045 - 3” X 59-1/2”
4040 - 3” X 47-1/2”
4042 - 3” X 53-1/2”
Oak, Poplar, White Oak Oak, Poplar, White Oak Oak, Poplar, White Oak Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Newels
2-5/8”
▲
2-5/8” ▲
▲
▲
2-5/8”
2-5/8” ▲
▲
▲
11”
▼
▲
23”
16”
▼
▲
▲
▼
▲
▲
5”
▼
5”
14-1/2”
72-5/8”
23”
19-1/2”
72-5/8”
▼
57-5/8”
▲
▼
▲
47-5/8”
▲
42”
24-1/2”
17”
▼
39-1/2”
▼
▲
▼
▼
4180 - 3-1/4” X 48”
Oak, Poplar, White Oak
▼ ▼
4185 - 3-1/4” X 58”
Oak, Poplar, White Oak
▼ ▼
4186 - 3-1/4” X 73”
Oak, Poplar
▼
4- 3/4"
4-3/4"
▲
4-3/4"
▲
▼
4195 - 3-1/4” X 73”
Oak, Poplar
▲
▲
▲
▲
48"
56"
72"
43-1/4"
51-1/4"
67-1/4"
▼
▼
4004 - 3-1/2” X 48”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
4005 - 3-1/2” X 56”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
4006 - 3-1/2” X 72”
Oak, Poplar
15
Newels
▲
▲
▲
▲
▲ ▲
▲
▲
5”
▲
▼
▲
28”
28”
56”
43”
▼
▲
▼
▲
52”
22-5/8”
▼
▲
▲
10”
5”
▼
▲
28”
5”
56”
18-1/4”
43”
▼
▲
▼
▲
▼
▲
▼
▲
28”
15”
15”
19-3/8”
22-3/4”
▲
6”
▼
▼
3810 - 3-1/2” X 43”
Oak
16
▼
▼
3815 - 3-1/2” X 56”
Oak
▼▼ ▼
3863 - 3-1/2” Diameter X 43”
Oak
▼
▼
3842 - 3-1/2” X 52”
Oak
▼
▼
3845 - 3-1/2” X 56”
Oak
Newels
F3810 - 3-1/2” X 43”
Oak
F3815 - 3-1/2” X 56” F3863 - 3-1/2” Diameter X 43”
Oak
Oak
F3842 - 3-1/2” X 52”
Oak
F3845 - 3-1/2” X 56”
Oak
NOTE: Fluted newels are enlarged to show detail. Actual dimensions
are listed below and beside drawings.
17
Box Newels
4-3/4”
4-3/4”
►
►◄
►◄
21-1/2”
55”
►◄
►◄
►
◄
◄
◄
◄
6-1/4”
4091 - 6-1/4” X 55”
Oak, Poplar, White Oak
4091-FP - 6-1/4” X 55”
Oak, Poplar
►
►◄
►◄
2-3/4”
6-1/4”
6-1/4”
►◄
◄
►
►
►
►
2-3/4”
21-1/2”
55”
NOTE: Each box newel is provided with a flat
cap (shown) or peaked cap (below) with the
exception of 4091 in White Oak (WO4091)
which comes with a flat cap only.
55”
►
►◄
46”
24-1/2”
Peaked cap
►
6-1/4”
4091-RP - 6-1/4” X 55”
Oak, Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
24-1/2”
◄
◄
►
6-1/4”
3-1/2”
►
◄
►
◄
►
6-1/4”
4091-F - 6-1/4” X 55”
Oak, Poplar
4-3/4”
◄
24-1/2”
◄
◄
24-1/2”
◄
◄
►
55”
24-1/2”
◄
►
◄
►
6-1/4”
21-1/2”
55”
►
►
►
►
►◄
◄
►
21-1/2”
►
2-3/4”
6-1/4”
6-1/4”
◄
◄
2-3/4”
2-3/4”
18
4-3/4”
◄
►
►
►
◄
◄
►
3-1/2”
◄
5”
►
2091-ADJ - 5” X 5” X 55”
Oak, Poplar
Balusters
19
Balusters
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◄
◄
26-5/8”
◄
◄
24-5/8”
43”
41”
22-5/8”
39”
37”
18-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
25-5/8”
28-5/8”
35”
◄
◄
4-1/8”
4-1/8”
4-1/8”
◄
◄
5215-41
1-1/4” X 41”
Primed Poplar
5215-39
1-1/4” x 39”
Primed Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
9-1/2”
7-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
4-1/8”
7-1/2”
5215-37
1-1/4” X 37”
Primed Poplar
5215-35
1-1/4” X 35”
Primed Poplar
5215-31
1-1/4” X 31”
Primed Poplar
◄
7-1/2”
◄
◄
7-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
7-1/2”
4-1/8”
◄
◄
4-1/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
31”
5215-43
1-1/4” X 43”
Primed Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
23-1/8”
23-1/8”
◄
◄
5-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
◄
17-1/8”
◄
◄
◄
19-1/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
5-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
5-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
◄
5-1/2”
5-1/2”
5-1/2”
21-1/8”
39”
43”
41”
37”
35”
◄
◄
13-1/8”
31”
◄
◄
◄
◄
5205-37
1-1/4” X 37”
Primed Poplar
◄
5205-39
1-1/4” X 39”
Primed Poplar
5205-41
1-1/4” X 41”
Primed Poplar
◄
9-1/2”
◄
◄
7-1/2”
◄
◄
7-1/2”
◄
◄
7-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5205-35
1-1/4” X 35”
Primed Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5205-31
1-1/4” X 31”
Primed Poplar
7-1/2”
◄
◄
4-1/8”
◄
4-1/8”
◄
4-1/8”
◄
4-1/8”
◄
4-1/8”
7-1/2”
20
4-1/8”
5205-43
1-1/4” X 43”
Primed Poplar
Balusters
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
24”
◄
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24”
◄
24”
22”
19”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5-1/8”
5-1/8”
5-1/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
5-1/8”
5-1/8”
41”
39”
36”
◄
34”
◄
6-7/8”
6-7/8”
5067-36
1-1/4” X 36”
Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5067-34
1-1/4” X 34”
Poplar
◄
◄
5067-31
1-1/4” X 31”
Poplar
11-7/8”
9-7/8”
5067-39
1-1/4” X 39”
Poplar
◄
◄
6-7/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
31”
5067-41
1-1/4” X 41”
Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
35”
◄
◄
33”
◄
◄
31”
◄
◄
43”
28”
41”
39”
26”
36”
23”
34”
5015-36
1-1/4” X 36”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
◄
5015-41
1-1/4” X 41”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
◄
◄
8”
◄
◄
5015-39
1-1/4” X 39
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5015-34
1-1/4” X 34”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5015-31
1-1/4” X 31”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
8”
◄
8”
◄
8”
◄
8”
◄
◄
31”
5015-43
1-1/4” X 43”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
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Balusters
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◄
◄
◄
39”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
41”
◄
◄
◄
37”
35”
31”
6”
◄
6”
6”
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◄
◄
◄
◄
6”
6”
6”
43”
21”
21”
19”
17”
15”
◄
◄
◄
7-5/8”
5611-37
1-3/4” X 37”
Oak, Poplar,
Primed Poplar
5611-39
1-3/4” X 39”
Oak, Poplar,
Primed Poplar
◄
5611-41
1-3/4” X 41”
Oak, Poplar,
Primed Poplar
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◄
9-5/8”
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◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
7-5/8”
◄
5611-35
1-3/4” X 35”
Oak, Poplar,
Primed Poplar
◄
7-5/8”
◄
5611-31
1-3/4” X 31”
Oak, Poplar,
Primed Poplar
7-5/8”
5-5/8”
5-5/8”
5-5/8”
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◄
◄
7-5/8”
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◄
◄
5-5/8”
5-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
5-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
11”
5611-43
1-3/4” X 43”
Poplar,
Primed Poplar
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◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
21”
◄
◄
21”
15”
43”
41”
19”
17”
11”
39”
37”
35”
◄
◄
◄
5-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
7-5/8”
7-5/8”
5005-39
1-3/4” X 39”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
5005-41
1-3/4” X 41”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
5005-43
1-3/4” X 43”
Poplar
Primed Poplar
◄
9-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5005-37
1-3/4” X 37”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
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◄
◄
5005-35
1-3/4” X 35”
Poplar, Oak
Primed Poplar
◄
7-5/8”
◄
7-5/8”
◄
7-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
5-5/8”
5-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
5-5/8”
◄
◄
◄
5-5/8”
5-5/8”
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31”
5005-31
1-3/4” X 31”
Poplar, Oak,
Primed Poplar
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◄
◄
◄
◄
6”
◄
◄
◄
6”
◄
◄
◄
◄
6”
6”
6”
6”
Balusters
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
27-13/16”
◄
◄
◄
◄
25-13/16”
43”
27-13/16”
◄
◄
41”
23-13/16”
21-13/16”
39”
37”
35”
17-13/16”
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◄
◄
2015-39
1-3/4” X 39”
Primed Poplar
2015-41
1-3/4” X 41”
Primed Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
2015-37
1-3/4” X 37”
Primed Poplar
9-1/2”
7-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
7-1/2”
4-15/16”
◄
2015-35
1-3/4” X 35”
Primed Poplar
4-15/16”
◄
◄
7-1/2”
◄
◄
7-1/2”
◄
7-1/2”
2015-31
1-3/4” X 31”
Primed Poplar
4-15/16”
◄
◄
◄
◄
4-15/16”
◄
4-15/16”
◄
◄
◄
◄
4-15/16”
◄
◄
31”
2015-43
1-3/4” X 43”
Primed Poplar
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Balusters
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
12-15/16”
◄
◄
13-1/2”
5610-39
1-1/4” X 39”
Primed Poplar
◄
◄
◄
◄
5610-36
1-1/4” X 36”
Primed Poplar
◄
5610-34
1-1/4” X 34”
Primed Poplar
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◄
◄
11-1/2”
8-1/2”
8-1/2”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
5-11/16”
◄
◄
5-11/16”
5-11/16”
5-11/16”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
7-5/16”
8-1/2”
12-15/16”
10-15/16”
5-11/16”
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◄
◄
◄
◄
36”
12-15/16”
◄
31”
◄
◄
41”
39”
◄
◄
◄
34”
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
2-7/8”
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2-7/8”
2-7/8”
2-7/8”
2-7/8”
5610-31
1-1/4” X 31”
Primed Poplar
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◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
◄
6”
6”
6”
6”
6”
5610-41
1-1/4” x 41”
Primed Poplar
Iron
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Iron Balusters
1TW44
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2TW44
1BASK44
2BASK44
M501
(scroll 5-1/2” wide)
PLA44
Iron Balusters
SAT
Satin Black
ABZ
Antique Bronze
PC
Grey Black Powder Coated
Other styles and finishes available upon request. Check with your
Account Executive for more information.
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Iron
A-501-K
Acrylic Epoxy
Adhesive Kit
A-24
Extra Nozzle for
Adhesive Kit
IRON PHOTO
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Handrails / Wall Rails
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Handrails / Wall Rails
▼
2-5/8”
▼
▼
▼
2-1/4”
▼
▼
2-3/8”
2-3/8”
▼
6010 - 2-3/8” X 2-1/4”
Oak, Poplar, *White Oak
6210 - 2-3/8” X 2-5/8”
Oak, Poplar, *White Oak
*note: White Oak 6010-16 also available
with a solid top by request
*note: White Oak 6210-16 is also available
with a solid top by request
▼
▼
2-5/8”
▼
2-5/8”
▼
▼
▼
▼
2-5/8”
2”
▼
▼
▼
▼
▼
1-1/2”
▼
Rail: The lineal
moulding used as
hand support in
balustrade systems.
▼
3”
3”
2-3/8”
1-3/4”
6519- 3” X 2-5/8”
Oak, Poplar
6510 - 2-3/8” X 2-5/8”
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
1-3/4”
6519P - 3” X 2-5/8”
Oak, Poplar
2-1/4"
▼
1-5/8”
1-9/32"
▼
▼
▼
1-1/8”
6040 - 1-3/4” X 1-5/8”
Oak, Poplar
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▼
▼
2-5/8”
▼
▼
▼
2-5/8”
▼
▼
▼
2-5/8”
▼
▼
▼
1-5/16"
6042 - 2-1/4” X 1-9/32”
Oak, Poplar
NOTE: standard 1-1/4,” 1-3/4,” or special plow widths available upon request.
Shoerail / Fillets
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Shoerail / Fillets
Shoerail and Fillet: Shoerail is used on rake walls to mount balusters cut
to fit the rake of your balustrade. Fillet is then used to “fill” in the
opening in the shoerail between balusters.
6006 - 1-3/4”
Oak, Poplar
6007 - 1/4” X 1-3/4”
Oak, Poplar
White Oak
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6050 - 1/4” X 1-1/4”
Oak, Poplar,
White Oak
6045 - 1-1/4”
Oak, Poplar
58114F - 5/8” X 1-1/4”
Oak, Poplar,
White Oak
58134F - 5/8” X 1-3/4”
Oak, Poplar,
White Oak
Bending Rail & Moulds
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Bending Rails & Moulds
1/4”
▼
▼
▼
▼
1/2”
▼
construct curved rail components.
All bending rail contains vertical
pieces that, when glued together,
comprise the finished handrail shape.
Bending mould is the opposite
profile of the outside strip of
handrail. It is used to cradle and
clamp the bending rail to the desired
shape.
1/2”
▼
Bending Rail and Bending
Moulds: Bending rail is used to
6010B - 2-1/4” X 2-3/8”
Oak
1/4”
▼
▼
▼
▼
▼
▼
9/16”
▼
5/8”
▼
2-3/8”
▼
6010BRM - 5/8” X 3-5/16”
MDF
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2-3/8”
▼
6210B - 2-3/4” X 2-3/8”
Oak
Handrail Fittings
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Handrails Fittings
The following fittings are for use with WHI handrail 6010.
For details of species and style availability, refer to chart on page 40.
7008 - Oak
Coped End
7009 - Oak, Poplar
Returned End
7010 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Starting Easing with Cap
7012 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Up Easing
7013 - Oak, Poplar
Over Easing
7020 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Tandem Cap
7021 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Quarterturn Cap 90°
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7011 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Quarterturn 90°
7014 - Oak, Poplar
Up Easing 90°
Fitting: A combination
of components that are
profiled to match
handrail patterns and
permit directional and
vertical changes with
handrail in Over-thePost balustrades.
7016 - Oak
7019 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Over Easing Returned End
Opening Cap
7030 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Left Hand Volute
7035 - Oak, Poplar, White Oak
Right Hand Volute
Handrails Fittings
7040
Left-Hand Turnout
7041
Left-Hand Turnout
7045
Right-Hand Turnout
7046
Right-Hand Turnout
7060
Left-Hand 2 Riser
with Cap 90°
7080
Left-Hand 1 Riser
with Cap
7071
Left-Hand 2 Riser
No Cap 90°
7065
Right-Hand 2 Riser
with Cap 90°
7075
Right-Hand 1 Riser
No Cap 90°
7085
Right-Hand 1 Riser
with Cap
7081
7086
Left-Hand 2 Riser Right-Hand 2 Riser
with Cap 90°
with Cap 90°
7076
Right-Hand 2 Riser
No Cap 90°
7088
1 Riser with
Tandem Cap
7070
Left-Hand 1 Riser
No Cap 90°
7088-2
2 Riser with
Tandem Cap
7098
1 Riser No Cap
7099
2 Riser No Cap
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Handrail Fittings
The following fittings are for use with WHI 6519 handrails.
For details of species and style availability, refer to chart on page 40.
75-7710 - Oak
Starting Easing with
Newel Cap
75-7712 - Oak
Up Easing
75-7720 - Oak
Tandem Cap
75-7711 - Oak
Level Quarterturn
75-7719 - Oak
Opening Cap
75-7760 - Oak
Gooseneck 2 Riser
with Cap
75-7721 - Oak
Quarter Turn with Cap
75-7789 - Oak
2 Riser with
Tandem Cap
75-7730 - Oak
Left-Hand Volute
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75-7765 - Oak
Gooseneck 2 Riser
with Cap
75-7735
Right-Hand Volute
75-7799 - Oak
2 Riser No Cap
Handrail Fittings
The following fittings are for use with 6510 handrails.
7510 - Oak
Starting Easting
with Cap
7511 - Oak
Level Quarterturn
7512 - Oak
Up Easing
7519 - Oak
Opening Cap
7520 - Oak
Tandem Cap
7521 - Oak
Quarterturn with Cap
7599 - Oak
2 Riser No Cap
7530 - Oak
Left Hand Volute
7535 - Oak
Right Hand Volute
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Handrails Fittings
Note: the first two digits of fitting part numbers indicate the rail profile.
Species and Style of Fitting
O6010
OAK
Fittings
XX08
O7008
XX09
O7009
XX10
O7010
XX11
O7011
XX12
O7012
XX13
O7013
XX14
O7014
XX15
O7015
XX16
O7016
XX19
O7019
XX20
O7020
XX21
O7021
XX30
O7030
XX35
O7035
XX40
O7040
XX41
O7041
XX45
O7045
XX46
O7046
XX60
O7060
XX65
O7065
XX70
O7070
XX71
O7071
XX75
O7075
XX76
O7076
XX80
O7080
XX81
O7081
XX85
O7085
XX86
O7086
XX88
O7088
XX88-2 O7088-2
XX89
XX98
O7098
XX99
O7099
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P6010
WO6010
POPLAR WHT OAK
P7009
P7010
P7011
P7012
P7013
P7014
P7019
P7020
P7021
P7030
P7035
WO7010
WO7011
WO7012
WO7019
WO7020
WO7021
WO7030
WO7035
O6210
OAK
P6210
POPLAR
WO6210
WHT OAK
O6510
OAK
O6519
OAK
O7208
O7209
O7210
O7211
O7212
O7213
O7214
P7210
P7211
P7212
WO7210
WO7211
WO7212
O7510
O7511
O7512
O75-7710
O75-7711
O75-7712
P7214
O7219
O7220
O7221
O7230
O7235
O7240
P7219
P7220
P7221
P7230
P7235
P7240
WO7219
WO7220
WO7221
WO7230
WO7235
O7519
O7520
O7521
O7530
O7535
O75-7719
O75-7720
O75-7721
O75-7730
O75-7735
O7245
P7245
O7271
O7276
O7281
O7286
O7288-2
P7098
P7099
WO7099
O7299
O75-7789
P7299
WO7299
O7599
O75-7799
Treads / Risers / Skirtboard / Particle Board
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Treads
Tread: The horizontal component of a stair on which one steps.
Poplar - 10-1/2”
P54101236
P54101242
P54101248
P54101254
P54101260
P54101272
Oak - 10-1/2”
O54101236
O54101242
O54101248
O54101254
O54101260
O54101272
White Oak - 10-1/2”
WO54101242
WO54101248
WO54101254
WO54101260
Poplar - 11-1/2”
P54111236
P54111242
P54111248
P54111254
P54111260
P54111272
Oak - 11-1/2”
O54111236
O54111242
O54111248
O54111254
O54111260
O54111272
White Oak - 11-1/2”
WO54111242
WO54111248
WO54111254
WO54111260
All treads are 1-1/16” thick
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Return Treads
Poplar - 10-1/2”
PR54101242
PR54101248
PR54101254
PR54101260
PR54101272
Oak - 10-1/2”
OR54101242
OR54101248
OR54101254
OR54101260
OR54101272
White Oak - 10-1/2”
WOR54101242
WOR54101248
WOR54101254
WOR54101260
Poplar - 11-1/2”
PR54111242
PR54111248
PR54111254
PR54111260
PR54111272
Oak - 11-1/2”
OR54111242
OR54111248
OR54111254
OR54111260
OR54111272
White Oak - 11-1/2”
WOR54111242
WOR54111248
WOR54111254
WOR54111260
WOR54111272
All return treads are 1-1/16” thick
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Hybrid Tread / Reveal Reversible / Particle Board
Oak - 10-1/2”
ORR54101248
ORR54101254
Oak - 11-1/2”
ORR54111248
First 6” - 10” Solid Oak
These treads can be used for carpet applications.
Reveal Tread
OR54101212 - 1-1/16” X 10-1/2” X 12”
OR54111212 - 1-1/16” X 11-1/2” X 12”
Particle Board
PBS108 - 10-1/2” X 8’
PBS1112 - 11-1/2” X 12’
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Tread Nosing / Landing Tread
Tread Nosing: The front portion
of the tread (lip) that protrudes
beyond the face of the riser.
▼
13”
▼
1-1/16”
▼
▼
1-27/32”
1-1/16”
▼
▼
▼
▼
1-1/4”
1-1/4”
▼
8081
Oak, Poplar
▼
▼
▼
1-1/4”
808013 - 1-1/16” X 1-1/4 X 13”
Oak, Poplar, White Oak
1116114 - 1-1/16 X 1-1/4”
Poplar, Oak, White Oak
Landing Tread: a structural
moulding used on all landings
and balconies to create a
transition between the stair and
the finish floor.
8090 - 1-1/16” X 3-1/2”
Oak, Poplar
8590 - 1-1/16” X 5-1/4”
Oak, Poplar, White Oak
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False End Treads
False End Treads: These
are installed on the sides of
the stairs with carpet
runners to give the illusion
of solid treads.
8079NR
Oak, Poplar
Closed Treads
8079
Oak, Poplar
Open Treads
Please note: each tread requires assembly.
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Risers
Riser: The vertical
finished component
of a stair filling the
space between the
treads.
Please note: the length of
the riser is indicated (in inches) by
the last two numbers of the SKU number.
Poplar
P71236
P71242
P71248
P71254
P71260
P71272
Oak
O71236
O71242
O71248
O71254
O71260
O71272
Riser material is also available
in lineal stock.
PS2S18SA
OS2S18SA
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Skirt Board
Skirt Board: The skirt board runs along the outside edge of the stairs and can be either above the steps
where a wall exists or against the outside of the steps where the staircase is exposed.
18OGSK
Oak, Poplar, Primed Poplar Finger Joint - 1/2” X 11-1/4”
Primed MDF (PFB) - 5/8” X 11-1/4”
22CBSK
Oak, Poplar, Primed Poplar Finger Joint - 11/16” X 11-1/4”
Primed MDF (PFB) - 1/2” X 11-1/4”
18BSK - 1/2” X 11-1/4”
Poplar, Primed Poplar Finger Joint
22EBSK - 11/16” X 11-1/4”
Poplar, Primed Poplar Finger Joint
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Starting Steps
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Starting Steps
Starting Steps: A
15-1/8“
1-1/4“
11-1/4“
1-1/4"
10-3/8“
8011
False Starting Step
Poplar, Oak
48"
decorative first step of a
stair, generally designed with
a tread and riser which
lengthen the step beyond
the width of the basic stair.
10-3/8"
6-1/4"
11-1/4"
1-1/32"
48"
7"
10-3/8"
8010 - Poplar, Oak, White Oak
8010P - Oak, White Oak
(P = Poplar Riser)
PLEASE NOTE: Other species and dimensions available upon request.
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Accessories
51
Accessories
4-5/8"
3-3/4"
4-5/16"
7237 - 4-5/16” X 6-3/16”
Oak, Poplar
3/4”
3/4"
4"
4-7/16”
7037 - 4” X 5-1/2”
Oak, Poplar
11-1/2"
7027 - 4-7/16” X 6-1/2”
White Oak
12-1/4"
8-3/8"
1PLUG - 1”
Flat Tapered Plug
Oak, Poplar,
White Oak
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8-1/8"
8029
Oak, Poplar
8028
Oak, Poplar
12FP - 1/2”
Flat Plug
Oak, Maple
38FP - 3/8”
Flat Plug
Oak
6-1/2”
3-1/2”
3/4"
4-1/2"
7027 Pic
Needed
3-1/8"
3-1/2"
3/4"
7017 - 4-1/2” X 4-5/8”
Oak, Poplar
5-1/2"
6-3/16"
58BP - 5/8”
Button Plug
Maple
12BP - 1/2”
Button Plug
Maple, Oak
38BP - 3/8”
Button Plug
Oak
Hardware
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Hardware
3006T - Oak, Poplar
3006 - Oak, Poplar
Newel Post Plate Trim
Includes one PS-501
(below) and four
pieces of
specified trim.
PS-501
Newel Post Plate
1/4”
RAIL
Rail Bolt - 3-1/2”
LJ-3076
5/16” X 2-1/2”
Baluster Screw
1-3/4"
5/8"
SPLINES
Clamp Nail 1-3/4”
Rail Connector
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505-350
L-Bracket Post Fastener
Oak, Poplar
Hardware
C-3283
Key Lock
2” x 2-5/8” x 3/8”
CRH3004
Newel Installation Kit
C3901
Rail Bolt Wrench
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Hardware
3011-ABZ
Antique Bronze
Handrail Bracket
3-1/4” wall to center of rail
3012-PC
Powder Coated
Handrail Bracket
3-1/4” wall to center of rail
3016-SAT
Satin Black
Handrail Bracket
3-1/4” wall to center of rail
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Heavy Duty Handrail Bracket
V112-3 Brass, V112-5 Antique Brass
V112-10B Oil Rubbed Bronze
V112-15 Satin Nickel (shown)
V112-15A Antique Nickel
V112-26D Brushed Chrome
2-5/8” wall to center of rail
HRB-3
Handrail Bracket
Brass
2-3/8” wall to center of rail
Single Screw Handrail Bracket
SSHB-3 Brass
SSHB-15 Satin Nickel (shown)
SSHB-10B Oil Rubbed Bronze
2-5/8” wall to center of rail
Folding Attic Stairs
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Folding Attic Stairs
WINDSOR WOOD
Extra Space Is Unfolding Right Under Your Roof!
The Windsor Series is our most affordable attic stairway. Only
kiln-dried southern yellow pine lumber is used in the stairway.
The molded handrail and ease-edge stiles enhance the appearance and add the finishing touches to a superior product.
1” x 4” Treads and Stiles
3/16” Ladder Rods
Long-Lasting Zinc-Plated Hardware
Full-Width Piano Hinge
Tri-Fold Design
Sanded Plywood Door
Fully Assembled and Ready to Install
250-lb. Load Rating
PREMIUM WOOD
Wider Steps On The Way Up!
The Premium Series is our best grade wooden stairway and is
designed for heavier home usage. The wider treads and stiles
provide greater stability and superior quality. Our Premium
SUPREME ALUMINUM
stairway is the only one produced with 1” x 6” stiles and
treads.
Step Up To Quality!
1” x 6” Sta-Tite Heavy-Duty Treads
The Supreme Aluminum is a tri-fold design with heavy-duty
Extra-Wide 3/16” Ladder Rods
aluminum steps and stiles. The double-riveted construction
Heavy-Duty Zinc-Plated Hardware
provides added stability and security. The adjustable stile and
Full-Width Piano Hinge
pivotal floor pad make installation easy.
Tri-Fold Design
All-Aluminum Construction
Extra-Thick Sanded Plywood Door
Heavy-Duty Side Hinges
Eased Edges on Handrails and Stiles
Lighter Weight, Easy-to-Use Design
Easily Adjustable Heavy-Duty Springs
Rust Resistant
Fully Assembled and Ready to Install
Full-Width Piano Hinge
300-lb. Load Rating
Double-Riveted Treads
Extra-Thick Sanded Plywood Door
Fully Assembled and Ready to Install
300-lb. Load Rating
*Special Order Folding Attic Stair - this item takes longer to ship than attic stairs in stock. Please allow at least 2 to 3 weeks for
delivery. FireGuard is an available option on all models. This option offers a treated, fire-retardant plywood door.
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Steps to Follow When Choosing and Installing A Folding Stair
1. Measure Your Space
WHI offers folding stairs in different sizes to fit your needs. Make sure you
measure your space before ordering.
2. Get the Kit!
An Installation & Trim Kit contains many of the items you’ll need to
save time installing your stairway.
3. Read the Instructions Included in the Package
It will make your job easier when installing the stairway.
4. Decide Where You Want Your Stairway
Using the method in the instructions, verify and re-measure the space
you want to place your stairway.
5. Cut the Rough Opening
Follow the instructions included with your stairway.
6. Frame the Opening
Use the temporary slats from the installation kit and follow the
detailed instructions.
7. Place Stairway into Opening
You’ll need help - don’t try to do this on your own. Follow instructions for
permanent mounting included with your stairway.
BE SURE TO READ THE INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED WITH YOUR STAIRWAY
COMPLETELY BEFORE STARTING THIS PROJECT. THESE STAIRWAYS ARE
DESIGNED FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY.
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Index
ITEM
PAGE
ACCESSORIES
1PLUG................................ 52
12BP ................................... 52
12FP ................................... 52
38BP ................................... 52
38FP ................................... 52
58BP ................................... 52
7017.................................... 52
7027.................................... 52
7037.................................... 52
7237.................................... 52
8028.................................... 52
8029.................................... 52
BALUSTERS
2015-31............................... 23
2015-35............................... 23
2015-37............................... 23
2015-39............................... 23
2015-41............................... 23
2015-43............................... 23
5005-31............................... 22
5005-35............................... 22
5005-37............................... 22
5005-39............................... 22
5005-41............................... 22
5005-43............................... 22
5015-31............................... 21
5015-34............................... 21
5015-36............................... 21
5015-39............................... 21
5015-41............................... 21
5015-43............................... 21
5067-31............................... 21
5067-34............................... 21
5067-36............................... 21
5067-39............................... 21
5067-41............................... 21
5205-31............................... 20
5205-35............................... 20
5205-37............................... 20
5205-39............................... 20
5205-41............................... 20
5205-43............................... 20
5215-31............................... 20
5215-35............................... 20
5215-39............................... 20
5215-41............................... 20
5215-43............................... 20
5610-31............................... 24
5610-34............................... 24
5610-36............................... 24
5610-39............................... 24
5610-41............................... 24
5611-31............................... 22
5611-35............................... 22
5611-37............................... 22
5611-39............................... 22
5611-41............................... 22
5611-43............................... 22
BENDING RAILS / MOULDS
6010B ................................. 34
6010BRM ........................... 34
6210B ................................. 34
FOLDING ATTIC STAIRS
AE-100 ............................... 58
BE-89 ................................. 58
BE-100................................ 58
BET-89 ............................... 58
BET-100 ............................. 58
SA-100................................ 58
SA-120................................ 58
HANDRAILS / WALL RAILS
6010.................................... 30
6040.................................... 30
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ITEM
PAGE
6042.....................................30
6210.....................................30
6510.....................................30
6519.....................................30
6519P ..................................30
HANDRAIL FITTINGS
7008.....................................36
7009.....................................36
7010.....................................36
7011.....................................36
7012.....................................36
7013.....................................36
7014.....................................36
7016.....................................36
7019.....................................36
7020.....................................36
7021.....................................36
7030.....................................36
7035.....................................36
7040.....................................37
7041.....................................37
7045.....................................37
7046.....................................37
7060.....................................37
7065.....................................37
7070.....................................37
7071.....................................37
7075.....................................37
7076.....................................37
7080.....................................37
7081.....................................37
7085.....................................37
7086.....................................37
7088.....................................37
7088-2 .................................37
7098.....................................37
7099.....................................37
7510.....................................39
7511.....................................39
7512.....................................39
7519.....................................39
7520.....................................39
7521.....................................39
7530.....................................39
7535.....................................39
7599.....................................39
75-7710 ...............................38
75-7711 ...............................38
75-7712 ...............................38
75-7719 ...............................38
75-7720 ...............................38
75-7721 ...............................38
75-7730 ...............................38
77-7735 ...............................38
75-7760 ...............................38
75-7765 ...............................38
75-7789 ...............................38
75-7799 ...............................38
HARDWARE
3006.....................................54
3006T ..................................54
3011-ABZ ...........................56
3012-PC ..............................56
3016-SAT............................56
505-350 ...............................54
C3008..................................54
C-3283.................................55
C3901..................................55
CRH3004 ............................55
HRB-3 .................................56
LJ-3076 ...............................54
PS-501.................................54
RAIL ...................................54
SPLINES .............................54
V112-3 ................................56
ITEM
PAGE
IRON
1BASK44............................ 26
1TW44 ................................ 26
2BASK44............................ 26
2TW44 ................................ 26
A-24 .................................... 28
A-501-K .............................. 28
AK-01 ................................. 27
FSH-01................................ 27
M-06 ................................... 27
M501................................... 26
PLA44................................. 26
PSH-02................................ 27
SCR-04 ............................... 27
NEWELS
2091-ADJ............................ 18
3810 .................................... 16
3815 .................................... 16
3842 .................................... 16
3845 .................................... 16
3863 .................................... 16
4001 .................................... 13
4002 .................................... 13
4003 .................................... 13
4004 .................................... 15
4005 .................................... 15
4006 .................................... 15
4007 .................................... 13
4008 .................................... 13
4008L.................................. 13
4010 .................................... 14
4010SP................................ 12
4012 .................................... 14
4014 .................................... 14
4015 .................................... 14
4015SP................................ 12
4040 .................................... 14
4040SP................................ 12
4042 .................................... 14
4042SP................................ 12
4045 .................................... 14
4045SP................................ 12
4046 .................................... 14
4046SP................................ 12
4063SP................................ 12
4065 .................................... 14
4091 .................................... 18
4091-F................................. 18
4091-FP............................... 18
4091-RP .............................. 18
4180 .................................... 15
4185 .................................... 15
4186 .................................... 15
4195 .................................... 15
4210 .................................... 13
4215 .................................... 13
4500 .................................... 13
4504 .................................... 13
4662 .................................... 13
F3810 .................................. 17
F3815 .................................. 17
F3863 .................................. 17
F3842 .................................. 17
F3845 .................................. 17
PARTICLE BOARD
PBS108 ............................... 44
PBS1112 ............................. 44
RISERS
71236 .................................. 47
71242 .................................. 47
71248 .................................. 47
71254 .................................. 47
71260 .................................. 47
71272 .................................. 47
ITEM
PAGE
SHOERAILS / FILLETS
58114F................................ 32
58134F................................ 32
6006.................................... 32
6007.................................... 32
6045.................................... 32
6050.................................... 32
SKIRT BOARD
180GSK .............................. 48
18BSK ................................ 48
22CBSK.............................. 48
22EBSK.............................. 48
TREAD
54101236 ............................ 42
54101242 ............................ 42
54101248 ............................ 42
54101254 ............................ 42
54101260 ............................ 42
54101272 ............................ 42
54111236 ............................ 42
54111242 ............................ 42
54111248 ............................ 42
54111254 ............................ 42
54111260 ............................ 42
54111272 ............................ 42
RETURN TREAD
R54101242 ......................... 43
R54101248 ......................... 43
R54101254 ......................... 43
R54101260 ......................... 43
R54101272 ......................... 43
R54111242 ......................... 43
R54111248 ......................... 43
R54111254 ......................... 43
R54111260 ......................... 43
R54111272 ......................... 43
HYBRID TREAD / REVEAL
REVERSIBLE
OR54101212....................... 44
OR54111212....................... 44
ORR54101248 .................... 44
ORR54101254 .................... 44
ORR54111248 .................... 44
TREAD NOSING / LANDING
TREAD
116114................................ 45
8081.................................... 45
8090.................................... 45
8590.................................... 45
808013................................ 45
FALSE END TREADS
8079.................................... 46
8079NR .............................. 46
STARTING STEPS
8010.................................... 50
8010P.................................. 50
8011.................................... 50
Wholesale Hardwood Interiors, Inc. takes pride in
being surrounded with other reputable, quality-conscious stair part
suppliers which contribute to our overall success.
Wholesale Hardwood Interiors, Inc.
1030 Campbellsville Bypass / P.O. Box 485
Campbellsville, KY 42719
(270) 789-1323 Fax (270) 789-2321
Toll Free 800-982-7404
www.wholesalehardwoodint.com
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