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Marble Stairs Need Slip Treatments For Safety

Q. The church stairs in our sanctuary are visually difficult for our aging population, and we want to install something that will prevent fall hazards but be more asthetically pleasing than black grit tape. The sanctuary is designed with a total six step elevation but not straight stairs. There are many angles, so it looks vast and open, and consequently, railings would be prohibitive.

A. To make the steps non slip there are several chemical slip treatments that can be applied. These treatments need to be applied by a professional. To find a Certified Stone and Tile PRO Partner in your area, click here.

To learn more, read this article: Minimizing The Hazard of Floor Slipperiness.
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