Make Basement Stairways Safer With Vinyl Stair Treads

Jun 9th

Vinyl Stair Treads – Although unusual as the bathroom slip and fall, there are some more frightening domestic accidents than slipping on the basement stairs. An easy method to improve household safety is to install a staircase. If your basement is mainly use for utilities and storage. Then vinyl is the most suitable material for your installation.

Vinyl Stair Treads Installation
Vinyl Stair Treads Installation

Although there are more stylish staircase types that may be more suitable. For underground stairs leading to the living room or other public areas, vinyl stair treads it offers. The best value if indoor security is your primary concern. If the appearance is important, the “finish” view can be create by adding the gulf digger to the front of the steps.

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Vinyl stair treads improve security by increasing the coefficient of friction between the shoe and the ladder. An enlarged horizontal striped pattern increases friction and reduces the likelihood of slippage. They also reduce general wear on the steps. Basement stair treads may be perfect for homes with occupants on opposite ends of the age spectrum. Both young children and senior citizens have a balance problem that puts them at greater risk to slip on the underground staircase. Simple installation, they usually stick to the stairs, but can also be nailed or taped. Water-based adhesives are suitable for most installations.