Wide Stair nosing for bricks and pavers

Wide stair nosing 98 mm tread

Stair nosing 15 series- is a wide stair nosing suitable for all surfaces such as bricks , pavers or concrete

With a very wide tread this nosing provides maximum stability on steps edges.

Often steps require a wider tread because they are chipped or cracked, or even bull nosed. Older sets of stairs may have a grooved tile or the concrete may be grooved on the step edge. Therefore the stair nosing that is suitable for pavers or bricks is often the 15 series.

Any remedial repairs require a nosing that will cover the width of those grooves.

This wide stair nosing with its wide tread is designed to do that. Suitable for bricks, paver’s , all outdoor steps-stairs.


Carborundum inserts

Santoprene rubber

Ripple trim inserts


Cut to size and countersunk
We will cut to size and countersink the stair nosing for you; just provide us with your cutting list. You will not have to pay for wastage.
Additionally we will supply plugs and screws.


Whilst the stair nosing can be ordered at the maximum length of 6.1 metres, TNT charge a very large fee for oversize freight and manual handling.


If you are not sure about the exact measurements, average the lengths giving yourself a margin for error. You may them choose to cut them to the exact width onsite.


Stair nosing for concrete  and ceramic tiles.

For mechanical fixings we recommend 12-gauge stainless steel screws suitable for countersinking. SUPPLIED WITH PLUGS AND SCREWS.

All grease, dirt and sand must be removed from step edge. Loose paint, and powdery concrete must be removed and steps made firm. Painted steps may need to be “scratched/sanded” to be able to form a bond with the adhesive.

Any issues which may affect the stability or strength of the stair nosing must be addressed and corrected prior to installing any stair nosing profile.

If you wish to glue the stair nosing we recommend Soudal Fix All Hi-Tack adhesive. It needs to be applied in a snake like fashion to the back of the nosing.

t is very important to know that if the adhesive “bleeds” on the edge of the nosing, WAIT for it to dry for several hours; then blade scrape it off.

   Installation guide