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Model # K21004

Internet # 202026734

Eureka 55 in. White Spiral Staircase Kit

$2,555.20 /each

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # K21004

Internet # 202026734

Suitable for both interior and exterior applications, the Arke Eureka 4 ft. 7 in. Spiral Stair Kit is constructed of steel with a powder-coated finish. It features an extruded PVC handrail and solid steel treads with durable non-slip PVC covers.

  • Standard spiral kit adjustable in heights from 8 ft. 3-1/4 in. - 10 ft. 1/8 in.
  • Steel construction with powder-coated white finish
  • Extruded gray PVC handrail
  • Solid steel treads with durable non-slip PVC covers
  • Suitable for both interior and exterior applications
  • Can be installed clockwise or counter clockwise
  • Designed for use in straight, round or mezzanine applications
  • Includes assembly instructions and DVD
  • Important: consult your local building inspector for specifics regarding compliance with the local building codes

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
55 
Product Height (in.) 
120 
Product Width (in.) 
55 
Details
Hardware Included 
Yes 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior/Exterior 
Material 
Steel 
Package Contents 
All-in-one complete unit: 12 Treads, 1 landing, balusters, handrail, hardware and accessories included, nothing to paint, weld or stain. Tread cover adhesive for exterior installation not included. 
Product Weight (lb.) 
430 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Stair Part Type 
Riser 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1-Year for manufacturing defects 

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What glue should be used to glue tread covers down to treads?

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I used the silicone suggested and it dissolved in a rain storm and is running out from under the tread covers like milk. The tread covers are coming loose as well. Was the silicone I used to old? Did it breakdown due to age of product or is there a special silicone product that should be used?
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There are many types of silicone adhesives available in the market so we are uncertain exactly which type was used. Some silicone adhesives are designed for interior usage and others are designed for exterior usage and can withstand the environmental elements. We recommend the use of a silicone adhesive that specifically states for usage on "Gutters and Flashing". This adhesive is designed to adhere to Read More
There are many types of silicone adhesives available in the market so we are uncertain exactly which type was used. Some silicone adhesives are designed for interior usage and others are designed for exterior usage and can withstand the environmental elements. We recommend the use of a silicone adhesive that specifically states for usage on "Gutters and Flashing". This adhesive is designed to adhere to metal and PVC both and has proven to be very effective. We recommend that the tread covers be attached using the noted type of adhesive and then a heavy weighted object such as a brick paver be placed on the stair tread cover to promote a firm contact and be left for at least 12 - 24 hours. This should ensure the adhesive attaches securely. It is also advantageous to lightly sand the bottom side of the PVC tread cover before applying the silicone adhesive as this provides for an extra "bite" of the adhesive to the PVC cover. You might wish to consult with the customer service department of the company that produced the adhesive to inquire as to the reason the silicone adhesive failed in the rain as you describe. Read Less
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