Applying Anti-slip Gripstrips As Stair Treads

Applying Anti-slip Gripstrips As Stair Treads

Injuries due to slipping and falling on stairs are a regular occurrence, especially if the property owner doesn’t do everything they can to make them as safe as possible. By using anti-slip stair treads, you can help to reduce the number of accidents that happen. Keep reading to find out how!

Across the country, injuries caused by slips and falls on stairs are common and happen almost daily. There are many factors that can cause slips, such as improper footwear, ice, snow, mud or other debris. Even the particular stair’s finish can make them a danger to walk on, such as varnish. Most companies will construct stairways without putting in any effort to inspect for slip prevention. This leaves many stairways that leave individuals prone to slips easily.

There are a lot of different ways to address this and reduce the number of slip accidents. However, some can be expensive or hard to install, which results in long periods of downtime. Luckily, GripStrip invented a state-of-the-art anti-slip solution that can fit many types of internal and external stairways for high-quality anti-slip stair treads.

Our anti-slip GripStrips can be used as slip prevention in almost any environment. It is available in three different sizes (depending on the size, width and traffic of your stairs), all of which are suitable for all weather conditions like rain, ice, snow, mud and are easily pressure washed for cleaning.

If you have an environment where self-adhesive anti-slip tape cannot be applied quickly or reliably, you can also opt for GripStrips. Using screws, our anti-slip solution can be screwed in and applied very quickly, and can provide durable anti-slip stair treading. GripStrips are made from rigid plasitc, which is more aesthetically-pleasing than metal plates and easier to install. They are also longer lasting than anti-slip tape.

If you have any other questions or require more information about our anti-slip GripStripscontact us today.