Safe Kids From Slips Using Stair Treads
Accidents seem to be a common occurrence at home, especially when there are kids around.
alex (I-Newswire) January 20, 2014 - Accidents seem to be a common occurrence at home, especially when there are kids around. Untoward accidents are always coupled with injuries and we don't want to keep this from happening too often. Most of these accidents are caused by slips and falls particularly in the use of the stairs. That's why many people already recognize the importance of stair treads to keep their kids from being hurt further.
Installing stair treads in the staircases is a must for the safety of everyone in the family especially the children. Elderly people will benefit from them as well. This is often true because children are always running around and hurrying to go up and come down the stairs. We often observe them playing along the staircases also. Older people are also involved in accidents because of their poor eyesight. Most often these accidents involve hip injuries and other bone injuries that can be costly in the long run. Stair treads can really help a lot to address the problem for both situations.
Safety in the use of the staircase is not often on the priority list of most homeowners. They are more involved with the installation of safety devices in other parts of the house like burglar alarms, smoke detectors and fire alarms, but they conveniently forget about the stairs. They are always taken for granted until such time when an accident has already happened. It is a known fact that most injuries come from falling down the stairs and to avoid that, most homeowners can provide safety measures such as the installation of stair treads.
Many people commit the mistake of neglecting the stairs and so incur more medical expenses after accidents happen. Recently, these people have already recognized the importance of the stair treads. No matter what kind of material it is made of, whether wood, metal or concrete, it still affords the same amount of protection. One is assured of a non-slip surface where one can confidently walk, step and run without the danger of slipping or falling. Wood treads are cheaper than carpet types and they look prettier too. But with the carpet treads, there are more variety of designs and styles to choose from.
More importantly, stairway lights should additionally be installed for more safety and visibility in using the stairs. However, when there is a power outage, wood stair tread reflects on the surface allowing visibility therefore are safe for the use of children, adults and even the elderly.
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Published On:January 20, 2014
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