Quantum Stair nosings at Servicemaster HQ

Quantum Stair nosings at Servicemaster HQ

About Quantum Stair Nosings

Quantum Stair Nosings help to make a stair or stairway safe. As a product fitted onto the nose of each step, they help to clearly define the steps on a stair when a contrasting colour to the stair floorcovering is chosen. They also serve to protect the floorcovering on a stair, reducing the amount of potential wear and tear.

These two features have the benefit of helping to make a stair safe by reducing the risk of an overstep and fall, and are part of the guidelines contained in the Building Regulations (K&M), BSi documents and a BRE paper that embody the requirements of the Equality Act (2010). The correct stair nosing for a given application depends on several factors. Gauge (thickness) of stair floorcovering, shape to match step profile, dimensions, tread cover and colour.

At DCS Flooring we will ensure that the correct stair nosing profile will be found for our clients.

New Quantum stair nosings at Servicemaster HQ

Through recommendation we were called to replace all of the stair nosings at Service master HQ in Wigston, Leicester.

The existing stair nosings were all starting to come loose, which was a major concern for health and safety.

The two staircase’s were quite dark, so we suggested to use coloured inserts to try and bring some colour into the stairwells.

Servicemaster’s company colours are lime green and blue so we used lime green and blue inserts in the quantum stair nosing’s, this worked really well.

This was a small job for us, but we really enjoyed making such a big difference to the stairs.

DCS Flooring and Quantum stair nosings

We prefer to use Quantum stair nosings as Quantum have fantastic products, cover all budgets and have a fantastic support team.

If we do not stock a particular stair nosing we can typically get it to site within 24 hours.

If you are in need of Quantum stair noisings call the team on 0116 2489431 for a free quote TODAY. 

 

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