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Stairtread Protector

Stairtread Protector

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A rigid protective cover ideal for both commercial and domestic stair installations. This unique design provides a high degree of protective cover, excellent grip, impact and scuff resistance to either bull-nosed timber treads in domestic house building or square fronted concrete treads in commercial buildings.

Code: 674789


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£6.39 Each (ex. VAT)

£7.67 inc. VAT
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Stairtread Protector

A rigid protective cover ideal for both commercial and domestic stair installations. This unique design provides a high degree of protective cover, excellent grip, impact and scuff resistance to either bull-nosed timber treads in domestic house building or square fronted concrete treads in commercial buildings. This reusable stair tread protector offers a cost effective alternative to repairs or replacement of finished areas, reducing the overall cost of the build. Manufactured from highly visible yellow self extinguishing PVC.

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