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Outdoor Non Slip Stair Treads

Outdoor Non Slip Stair Treads prevent slips and falls for you, your family, your guests and your. In our home growing up, we had them on all the stairs. We had hard wood stairs that were quite slippery without the them. There were many a time that someone could have slipped and hurt themselves, but these prevent falls and accidents.

They are great for indoor and outdoor as well.

Using them out side prevents accidents, slips and falls during snow and rain and even a wet step during a water fight.

Make any stairway a safe step with these non slip stair treads that are easy to install and maintain in your home. There are a multitude of designs and colors that are sure to compliment your home\’s decor. They will create a stunning statement on your wooden steps without damaging your wood.

Outdoor Non Slip Stair Treads

Prevents slips and falls from slippery outdoor steps and creates a firm footing on steps. Also keeps dirt and debris from getting tracked inside. Fade resistant to keep it’s color during hot and cold weather.

Outdoor non slip stair treads makes your outdoor living space safe for everyone going up and down your porch or patio stairs.

 

Features of Outdoor Non Slip Stair Treads

  1. Prevents slips for pets, the elderly, and children
  2. Fade Resistant
  3. Helps keep dirt from your home
  4. Easy do-it-yourself installation
  5. Easy to clean

 

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These colorful outdoor non slip stair treads not only do the job of added safety for your family and guests, they create a colorful and coordinated addition to your outdoor yard decor.

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Outdoor Extension Cords

When purchasing outdoor extension cords, it is important to look for labels marked with UL or ETL. This means that the product has been tested by an independent laboratory recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) specifically for outdoor usage.

Be sure the packaging states that it is designated for outdoor use. Outdoor Extension Cords should also be weatherproof and designed for use in harsh winter weather.

Purchase timers to automatically turn lights on and off. Lights should be turned off when people are not present and they should not be left on overnight.

Electrical outlets for exterior lighting should accommodate three-prong grounded plugs and should be on an electrical circuit protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI).

Electrical connections used for outdoor lights, use three-prong plugs. Never use an indoor cord or a one without the third prong. Plug it into a grounded outlet and select a cord with the shortest length that works for your project.

If they must cross walkways, tape them down.

When connecting outdoor lighting, be careful not to create a maze of extension cords, plugs and wires that all come from the same electrical outlet. Electrical outlets and timers used for lights should be readily accessible for quick disconnection.

One of the greatest dangers when installing outdoor lighting involves the use of ladders. Use a high-quality, sturdy ladder that is the proper height. Be sure it is securely positioned. To avoid falls, move the ladder as necessary rather than leaning on it from side to side.

Most outdoor extension cords come in a variety of colors, green being the most popular since you can blend it in with your landscaping and it can be hidden.  Black or even brown are also great options, especially if you use black or brown colored mulch.  Outdoor extension cords also come in a variety of sizes and options that make getting that much needed electricity to hard to light areas.

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