Why replace stair treads?
Stair treads are the horizontal part of the stairs, where the foot lands. It’s the part that is most often seen on a ‘staircase’, the part that we most often meet in our daily work. The edge of the stair tread, the part pointing out, is called the nosing. Both the tread and nosing are important for grip, landing, and ensuring the safety and integrity of the stairs.
If your stair treads are getting slippery, or the nosings are wearing down, it can quickly escalate to a safety hazard. Replacing the tread and nosing for your stairs can help ensure safety in your workspace for years to come.
SLIPNOT non-slip stair treads help make your work environment safer and reduce slips and falls. Plus, the safety yellow nosings can help make the stair edges easier to see.
Now is the time
SLIPNOT has stock size, non-slip steel stair treads available for immediate shipping. They are power coated black with safety yellow nosings, and each tread has 4 countersunk holes for trouble-free application.
We hope you’ll consider this easy spring makeover for your staircase, elevated surface, or other step-up locations. Get a jump start on your spring safety projects!
- are made of A36 steel
- have (4) 5/16″ countersunk holes for fastening in place
- are powder coated black with a 1-1/4″ deep yellow nosing
- 3/16” x 10” x 24”
- 3/16” x 10” x 30”
- 3/16” x 10” x 36”
Order today using the form below, or call 800.754.7668.