Why Installing a Vinyl Stair Treads With Nosing
Durability and safe use of ladders are always a concern for architects and constructors. The vinyl stair treads with nosing have existed since the beginning of the 20th century. For example, if you visit the gorgeous Plaza de España in the historic city of Seville in Spain, note the ladder leading you upstairs from where you get a spectacular view of the palace square.
The vinyl stair treads with nosing mounted on the edge of the ceramic tile steps, marble staircase or wood covered in contemporary buildings and especially in public areas such as malls, schools, government agencies are subject to heavy pedestrian traffic. Mounted on similar ceramic or staircase ledges, the aluminum nosing trim ladder is designed to provide protection against stones, marble or ceramic tiles on stairs by preventing chipping and fracturing. The use of a ladder guarded as a step ladder can be dangerous especially when wet or worn out.
Many accidents happen down on the stairs when proper attention is not paid. Many of these accidents can result in serious injuries. Currently, several models of aluminum vinyl stair treads with nosing are recommended for the protection and use of concrete, ceramic, marble, stone or wood covered with ladders: Stairs mounted directly above the edge of the concrete ladder. Tile-in Nusa ladder with or without replaceable PVC inserts, designed to accommodate ceramic tiles of various thicknesses.