Best Tread

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Larger, flush-mounted stair nosings (to be used on landings and top steps)

BestTread™ Flush Mount Stair Nosings


BestTread™ Flush Mounted Top Steps

Because, BestTread™ embarked on a dedicated mission to design flush-mount stair we can now give home and business owners the opportunity to completely match their stairs to their décor. Since then, BestTread™ started to manufacture flush mount tops that can match just about every pattern, finish, color and style of your new BestTread™… above all, allowing you to complete your stair renewal and makeover project once and for all.

In any case, contractors and DIYers find it a little tricky to install flush mount stair tops and landing areas in a way that achieves true flushness and reduces the risk of tripping. Additionally, we have crafted our flush mount step tops to truly and smoothly finish your stair makeover project. Likewise, we are well aware of what needs fixing in our own house. All things considered, if you walk up your own stairs and think to yourself, “I wish we could get rid of that bump at the top of the stairs where it meets the floor,” well, we had that same thought. At last, you can now  eliminate that eyesore and tripping hazard.

Flush Landing

Flush Mounted Top Steps

Flush Mounted Top Step

Contractors or homeowners can take measures to minimize tripping hazards associated with flush-mounted top steps:

  • Firstly: Try to improve visibility on stairs by ensuring adequate lighting. Well-lit stairs enable people to see the steps clearly, reducing the risk of tripping.
  • Secondly: Enhance visibility and identification of the top steps by applying a distinct color or pattern that contrasts with the surrounding floor. This visual contrast helps individuals perceive the presence of the steps and safely navigate them.
  • Next: Install handrails to provide additional support and stability while ascending or descending stairs. Handrails assist people in maintaining balance and preventing falls, especially on flush-mounted steps that lack a visible edge.
  • Then increase traction and reduce the likelihood of slipping by using non-slip materials on the surface of the steps. This is particularly crucial for flush-mounted steps, as the absence of a visible edge can make it harder to anticipate the texture of the surface.
  • Lastly: you can alert people to the presence of steps by placing warning signs or markings near the top of the stairs. These signs serve as a reminder to exercise caution and watch one’s step.

Consult professionals such as architects, designers, or experienced stair contractors to ensure proper installation and compliance with relevant building codes and regulations regarding stair design and safety.