Rubber stair treads are an effective way to improve the safety of stairs, stairwells and other indoor staircases. Failure to properly cover stairs can lead to accidents and subsequent responsibility for the property owner. Furthermore, uncovered stairs are susceptible to greater wear and tear over time. Follow these tips for installing expert rows and protecting guests, employees and property owners from injury and damage.
One of the main reasons for installing stairwells is to improve the safety of construction workers who can use to travel from one floor to another. Correct installation is critical in this regard, because incorrect installation can make individual steps unstable and dangerous. Correct installation is also important for aesthetic reasons. Tread ways must be applied in a clean way to preserve the professional image of the business.
There are some examples where rubber tracks should not be applied to the steps. For example, treadmills should never be applied to odd shaped or deteriorated steps. Such steps jeopardize the basis of which tread is placed and the end result can be shifted, slid or collapsed during normal use. In addition, rubber products should only be used on indoor staircases. Rain, snow, moisture and extreme hot or cold can similarly endanger the step, the glue that binds it to the step or both.