Sometimes we take for granted just plain walking onto ground surfaces. This sentence might sound weird, but it is somewhat true, hear us out why. Depending on the surface you walk, it immediately also means that you will or wont be able to walk on it. For example, if you walk on a concrete floor, you will have enough friction, because of the rough surface texture of concrete, to walk on it without any care on the world. On the other side, if you take ice or a wet green grass field for another example, you will have a pretty hard time walking, nevertheless running on it without falling and hurting and injuring yourself seriously. Do you see where are we going with this now? It was a bit stupid at first right until the moment we went explaining our logic on sustainable examples. On that note we would like to bring your attention to the anti skid surfacing available in any bigger warehouse store, or as you can see from our ads on the site, online also. You have probably seen some the live examples on the street; bicycle marked road, pedestrian crossing and such, but you are rarely going to see a in-house or a back yard solution, although the most common use is around the pool. Yes, they can be tricky and slippery when it gets soaked in water, but most of the time it will do the job. Applying this kid onto the surface is not that hard, complicated or expensive, but you will have to hire a professional worker to it properly.