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Why Use Anti Slip Treads for Stairs?

The purpose of anti slip treads for stairs is self explanatory; they help to reduce the risk of people slipping and falling on the stairs, therefore removing the risk of your business being in the middle of a complex lawsuit.


Keep Your Premises and Business Safe!


Anti slip treads for stairs are available in a selection of colours so they can be made to blend into your premises. However, the use of anti slip treads goes beyond preventing people from falling; the Disability Discrimination Act states that stair nosings must be made anti slip treads for stairsapparent by means of a permanently contrasting material 55mm wide on both the tread and the riser. Failure to comply with these regulations means your business could be liable for legal action, so it really is worth investing in anti slip treads for stairs that comply with the DDA. All stair treads supplied by Polydeck are DDA compliant and are easily visible, highlighting the edge of the stair for those that have vision difficulties. Polydeck offer GRIPFAST anti slip treads for stairs, which consist of a near diamond hard aggregate and GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyester) finish for a product guarantee of 30 years!


DDA Compliant Treads for Stairs


Not only are Polydeck anti slip treads for stairs DDA compliant; they also meet the requirements of Part M of the building regulations. All Polydeck anti slip stair treads are made to measure to suit your requirements, and with a proven track record or providing safer, slip-free environments there really is no need to go anywhere else! Head on over to the Polydeck website for more information, and make sure to add the MonkeyFish Marketing blog to your RSS feed to make sure you never miss out!


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Why Use Anti Slip Treads for Stairs?