Here are 3 key things to consider when specifying the colour of a Stair Edging insert. 

1. Visual & Tonal Contrast (LRV)

It's important to consider areas of low lighting in a building, and particularly on stairs, to keep building users safe.

To make achieving an inclusive design a little easier, we tested and included the LRV (Light Reflectance Value) for our PVC Standard and Metallic Transition Strips, within our accessories' brochure

According to the HSE: "Loose mats can introduce a range of hazards and are not always very effective. Extra matting should be considered a temporary fix, not a permanent feature.

Our new brochure offers guidance and support, such as how best to protect buildings, using examples of good

We made the leap to a zero adhesive insert fixing when we launched our new XT aluminium range. 

We offer an extensive range of capping strips, cove formers and accessories for use where floorcoverings are pressed up the wall to form a skirting with a neat and hygienic finish. 

Corners are one of the most vulnerable areas of any building.

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