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Quantum Flooring manufactures a wide range of quality stair nosings for residential applications where they are predominantly used in apartment blocks. This includes lipped Stair Nosings, a range of equality act Stair Nosings and ramped back Stair Nosings such as the SF160R or SR160R perfect for large apartment block environments where there is no floor covering on the stairs.

Recent Case Studies: 

– Asprey House – Stair Nosing
– Lakeview Court – Entrance Matting 
– Urban Student Life – Stair Nosing 


Quantum Flooring Solutions are able to offer a FREE safe stairways pack, perfect for hotel and leisure developments. These packs will contain all the information you'll need to understand how to make a stairway safe, included: - Fire safety information - Reducing slips, trips and falls guide - Plus some example product selection Why trust Quantum Flooring? (read more...)


Every floorcovering installation needs an accessory trim to finish off the edges. It could be for the steps on a stair, the junctions between a floor and a wall or the line between two adjoining floor coverings. The choice of profile is not always obvious. The best fit, match or colour cannot always be picked from a brochure. To ensure the correct profile, in the right colour (read more...)



A free on-site measuring service is available from Quantum Flooring Solutions. The measuring service can include advice on the correct product for the job as well as a stair nosing and / or matting measure. Normally measures are completed within 48 hours of being requested. All measures result in ready to fit products delivered to your distributor or site, labelled and rea (read more...)


Use the Quantum Solution Finder to find the correct flooring accessory for the job. If you can't find what you are looking for give our customer care team a call on 0161 627 4222. If you are working on a specification you can find out more on our RIBA listing by clicking here.

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