Precast terrazzo risers provide an easy, cost-effective way to add a level of sophistication and luxury to any event or venue. If you’re interested in adding a raised and stylish look to your patio or entryway, then Compact terrazzo treads and risers is a perfect choice.
1. Choose the correct risers for your flooring
Terrazzo risers are available in a variety of heights and profiles, so be sure to choose the right ones for your flooring. Some common types of flooring include wood, tile, stone, and concrete.
2. Clean the surface before installing the risers
Make sure the surface is clean and free of any oils or dirt before installing the risers. This will help avoid any scratches or blemishes on the flooring.
3. Measure and mark the location of each riser
Before starting to install the risers, measure and mark their locations on the floor using a pencil or a straight edge. This will ensure that they're positioned correctly when they're installed.
4. Mark the locations of the screw holes with a pencil or a drill bit
Once you've measured and marked the locations of each riser, drill pilot holes into the floor at each mark using a drill bit that's just smaller than the screws that you'll be using to attach the risers.
5. Clean up any leftover screws and debris from the installation process
Once you've installed all of the risers, clean up any leftover screws and debris from the flooring surface using a vacuum cleaner or a broom. This will ensure that your floor looks neat and tidy when it's finished.
Enjoy your new precast terrazzo risers. These installation tips will help you install precast terrazzo risers correctly and add an extra level of elegance to your venue.