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Natural Stones
Granite
Limestone
Marble
Slate
Sandstone
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Architectural Stones
Stone Blocks
Stone Bricks
Tumbled Stone
Stone Strips
Stone Copings
Stone Roofing Tiles
Stone Treads & Risers
Dimensional Stones
Stone Tiles
Stone Slabs
Paving Stones
Stone Steps
Stone Tiles
Stone Circles
Stepping Stones
Stone Cobbles
Landscaping Stones
Stone Steps
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River Bed Pebbles
Stepping Stones
Stone Cobbles


Architectural Stone Treads & Risers

          Steps consist of a sequence of risers and treads. Treads are the sloping part between intermittent steps and risers are the part your toe bumps. Treads and risers should be structurally sound, flat, dry, clean, and smooth. They may be an exterior or interior applications.

When designing steps, it is important to ensure that the dimensions of treads and risers are regular. Steps should be uniform as uneven steps can trip people up. To make uniform steps evenly divide up the total height of the stairs to determine the height of riser.

Types of Stones Used for Making Treads and Risers:-

Granite Treads and Risers: Granite in various hues is probably the most commonly specified stone for treads and risers. They are affordable, easy to use and beautiful. They can be flamed and polished and are incredible hard wearing and decorative.

Marble Treads and Risers: Owing to immense natural beauty, marble is used widely for making tread and risers.

Sandstone Treads and Risers: These are dense, fine grained and strong. They make graceful walkway.

Limestone Treads and Risers: Limestone is one of the strongest material used for multitude of architectural purposes. It can be intricately carved and used to make beautiful steps.