Handi-Ramp Expands Line of Unique Non-Skid Stair Treads

Libertyville, IL, September 24, 2008 --(PR.com)-- One-of-a-kind slip-protection product now available in colors and custom sizes.

As winter approaches, it has become even easier to safeguard homes and small businesses by using the best-selling Non-Skid Stair Strips from Handi-Ramp. http://www.handiramp.com/non-skid_safety_tread.htm

Enthusiastically adopted by homeowners as well as commercial and industrial users, the 1/8” thick extruded and dimpled aluminum strips are now available in a variety sizes and wide range of colors to meet customer needs. Easy to install in a matter of minutes and backed by a lifetime guarantee, the Non-Skid Treads are a one-of-a-kind solution used by individuals across the country as well as hotels, apartment complexes, schools, churches, public facilities, marinas and even a nuclear power plant.

Unlike existing products such as adhesive tape or non-slip paint which offer limited effectiveness and which can peel-off or wear-out in a few months, the Non-Skid Treads provide unmatched traction and permanent protection against water, ice and snow on stairs, decks, porches, ramps, walkways and other potentially slippery surfaces.

In addition to the standard size stair strips (4” x 30”), non-skid star nosings (2” x 30”) and non-skid pads (4” x 12”), custom size treads are also available for a variety of applications. Prices range from $4.95 to $14.25, depending upon size. A free sample of the Non-Skid Tread material can be requested via the Handi-Ramp website. http://www.handiramp.com/non-skid_safety_tread.htm.

About Handi-Ramp
The oldest ramp manufacturer in the United States, Handi-Ramp has been designing and manufacturing accessibility and safety solutions for wheelchairs, pedestrians and rolling equipment since 1958. The company’s ramps are used by governmental agencies, schools, churches and public and commercial facilities to meet ADA requirements. Handi-Ramp also builds ramps for home, industrial and recreational purposes. For more information, visit www.handiramp.com.

Sharon Mannion