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Temporary Handrails

Temporary Handrails - Strong and Adjustable!

Handrails are small support bars that are installed on either side of the stairs. These bars give you a firm grip so that you do not slip. The front stairs of your house can be slippery and sloppy during winter season and it is always better to have temporary handrails on these stairs to make them sturdy and safe.

Some home owners avoid these handrails because they feel like it makes their home exterior unpleasant to look at. But looking at the bright side, these temporary handrails will do the job during winter season when you need handrails the most, and you can actually take them off during normal weather.

Temporary handrails can be very effective and useful for people with backache or weak back because they get support from the handrails while climbing. This will reduce stress on their back and will not feel the difficulty of climbing. Individuals that have temporary leg injury can also get assistance from temporary handrails.

Why choose Temporary Handrails?

  • Temporary handrails act as a safety feature for your stairs.
  • Choosing an interactive style in temporary handrails can decorate your home exterior.
  • It adds value to your property because people always appreciate safety measures.
  • Most of the elderly people appreciate the advantage of temporary handrails because it makes their lives easier when climbing up the stairs.
  • Temporary handrails have an added feature of portability which makes it more effective.
  • Most temporary handrails are adjustable.

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  • 2 Year Warranty
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