Originally Posted by oh'mike
Got you----When the step are set (temporary or permanently) then you will be able to determine what you need for the top stair nosing-
You will do this by laying a long straight edge up the new stairs and into the door opening--slip a scrap of your new upstairs flooring through the door until it bumps into the straight edge--Mike---
Ok, ok, ok, now I got the straight edge thing, ha ha. I was racking my little pea brain on that one. So simple it went right over my head.
Thanks everyone. Now I have a better grip on what I need to do. Likely I will end up replacing the nosing on the very top step/kitchen floor twice, but thats okay. When I get to the hardwood flooring, I will just have to replace the nosing on that top step/floor/landing so as to match whatever hardwood we use.