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Bungalow Flooring Boxwood Indoor/Outdoor Stair Treads - Set of 4

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Product Overview
  • Set of 4 stair treads
  • Dimensions (each): 30L x 8.5W in.
  • Anti-static, UV-protected polypropylene fibers
  • Available in a range of color options
  • Low profile to reduce risk of tripping
Specifications
Overview
  • Set of 4 stair treads
  • Dimensions (each): 30L x 8.5W in.
  • Anti-static, UV-protected polypropylene fibers
  • Available in a range of color options
  • Low profile to reduce risk of tripping
  • Anti-static and flame resistant
  • Skid-resistant backing with 25% recycled rubber
  • Simply hose clean
  • Use indoors or outdoors
What's Included
1 set of 4 stair treads
Description

Enhance the appeal and safety of your stairs with the Bungalow Flooring Boxwood Stair Treads - Set of 4. The non-skid backing is certified by the National Floor Safety Institute and is made with 25% recycled rubber. The face features an appealing leafy texture and is made with crush-, mildew-, and fade-resistant polypropylene fibers that stand up to all types of weather. Made in the USA.

Specifications
Product Guarantee
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not pleased with the quality of your purchase, call us at 1.888.880.4884 or visit our Returns Center for more information.

Manufacturer Warranty
For warranty information, contact Bungalow Flooring at (706) 766-9554.
Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items for a refund or exchange within 30 days of delivery date.

Visit our Returns Center for complete information and step-by-step help.

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Q: How do these attach to the stairs for safety?
Submitted 3 years ago by Anonymous
Open Reply - Community Answer
A: Most use a double sided tape that can be bought from any hardware store
Q: Can the stair treads be placed on a carpeted stairs?
Submitted 3 years ago by Anonymous
Open Reply - Community Answer
A: It is not recommended to put on carpet, but it is up to the customer. The stair tread would need to be nailed down if so.
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