2.75” wide with a 1.125” nose flap and available in 30″, 36″, and 48″ lengths
Four earth-toned shades: Java Brown, Chestnut Brown, New England Gray, and Obsidian Black. Also available in Safety Yellow.
Ideal for use on virtually any surface including wood, concrete, masonry, and metal
Easily installs in minutes with included color-matched screws
Lifetime residential warranty
Commercial half (6” deep) and full (9” deep) stair coverage nosings available at handiramp.com
Many slips, trips, and falls can be attributed to missteps or slippery surfaces at the edge of the stair treads. When it comes to preventing these types of slips, trips, and falls, HandiTreads Aluminum Non-Slip Stair Nosings are an indispensable addition to any outdoor stairway. Available in 30”, 36”, or 48” lengths, HandiTreads Nosings fit snugly over the edge of your stairs, adding extra grip and traction. They feature the same patented raised-button traction surface as our stair treads, dispelling up to an inch of water, snow, or debris for a secure step.
HandiTreads Stair Nosings are also ideal for stabilizing degrading steps, which also cause slips and falls. The nosings can help create a stable walking surface on bowing wood steps and prevent slipping on the crumbing edges of old concrete steps. The nosings also add structural integrity to the steps to prevent further deterioration. Because they’re constructed of robust aluminum, the nosings will not rust or degrade even when exposed to the most intense weather conditions. They’re backed by a lifetime residential warranty so Mother Nature can really put them to the test!
The earth-toned shade range of HandiTreads Nosings was specifically formulated to match or complement popular wood and concrete stair colors, making them perfect for homeowners who value both safety and aesthetics. After they’re installed on your steps, the nosings do not require any further maintenance or replacement, making them your permanent slip-and-fall solution. They install in just minutes on natural or composite wood using a power drill and the included color-matched screws. If installing on concrete or brick, be sure to use concrete pins.