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Buy Now Learn More Our non-slip aluminum treads are designed to be easily installed in any indoor, outdoor, residential, commercial, or government location. The patented stair tread design reduces the possibility of slips and falls on stairs, ramps, and platforms.
Did You Know?… Slip and fall injuries are the seventh most frequent cause of death in the U.S.A (Source National Safety Council).
Our non-slip aluminum treads are an inexpensive permanent solution to slip and fall hazards. Alternatives such as grit tape and grip paint wear out quickly and need to be replaced in a matter of months. Our non-slip aluminum treads have a lifetime residential warranty and limited commercial warranty.
Great for wood, concrete, masonry, decks, ramps, and stairs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A: Yes. You can order non skid treads online and perform a cost comparison vs. alternatives.
Q: Can the skid treads be applied to a wooden ramp that is outside and gets snow and ice on it? Can you shovel snow off them without compromising the adhesion?
A: Our non slip tread material can be applied to any surface and is specifically designed for use with snow and ice. Shoveling the surface will not damage the product or compromise the adhesion because non slip treads are applied with screws or anchors.
A: Yes, our non slip aluminum treads or indoor adhesive People Treads will be suitable to cover your indoor wheelchair ramp
A: Yes our non slip treads are designed to be mounted on concrete and do not have a weight limit.
Q: I was wondering if there was a product that had built in safety traction that would not broil in the summer heat or aid freezing rain to accumulate. Can you offer any advice?
A: Our aluminum non slip treads are a good reflector of light and heat allowing you to safely walk on the treads in bare feet. They are designed to last a lifetime and can be applied to any surface using stainless steel screws (for wood) or pin-drive anchors (for concrete).
A: We suggest no more than 4 inches of space between treads.