How to Install a Stair Edging

How to Install a Stair Edging

While it might appear quite straight forward, fitting a Stair Edging (Nosing) can become quite a complex job, usually due to site challenges, such as damaged stairs, design features like Stair Winders or an uneven substrate.

We would recommend using a professional floor fitter or to seek a good training school to help you understand and conquer the challenges.

We know. You probably just wanted a straight forward answer. We're sorry.

Although we cannot address each issue here, if you're already up-to-speed and simply want help with Gradus product installations, our guidelines below cover nearly every profile we manufacture. It's worth keeping it nearby if you install often.

If you're not ready to install just yet, or need some help to understand specification, click here for a raft of helpful resources.

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