Outdoor stair treads are the material used to cover all or part of a stair step, and its main purpose is to create a non-slip surface. Rungs on the stairs are vital for the safety of the outdoor staircase because the exterior measurements are liable to become slippery as a result of rain and snow. The application of stair treads is a fairly simple process that can be accomplished in a single afternoon with a variety of stair materials.
Rubber outdoor stair treads work well with wooden steps because the treads are flat with a smooth bottom surface that sets evenly over a step of a protruding lip that holds the tread in place. Sort the treads to accommodate the size of each step and trim the protruding edges of the tread. Apply an exterior rubber adhesive to a clean, dry and smooth step and add the tread. Remove any access adhesive that breaks through under the tread before the glue dries completely.
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Fiberglass outdoor stair treads are suitable for a variety of flat surfaces, including metal and wood, since this type of tread uses screws to hold it in place. The fiberglass tread is available in the style of strengths with a unique texture for steps outdoor activity areas, such as swimming pools, and a heavy fine for high traffic people traffic construction.