Tuck Precast Steps

Tuck Precast manufactures precast concrete steps in a variety of sizes.  The durable concrete is reinforced with mesh wire.  Wrought Iron Handrails are available and are fabricated locally. 

Hand rails available

  • Wrought Iron
  • Locally Fabricated
  • Step Rail Only or Step Rail with Platform
  • Securely Anchored to Step
  • Standard Design - Filigree w/ Alternating Straight & Twisted Spindles
  • Custom Design Available (Ex. - All Straight or All Twisted Spindles)
  • Standard Color is Black Matte, White Also Available
  • Delivery and Install Available
  • Free Estimates

Century Steps

  • Made with Durable Reinforced Concrete
  • 3' Wide with 8" Riser Height or
  • 4' Wide with 7" Riser Height
  • 1 to 4 Riser (Step) in Stock
  • Smooth Step Finish
  • Locally Made Wrought Iron Hand Rails Available
  • Concrete Sealer Available
  • Delivery and Install Available
  • Removal & Disposal of Existing Steps Available
  • Free Estimates

Tuck Precast is an Authorized Century Group Step Dealer

Tuck Precast is a local Century Group Step dealer.  Century steps are manufactured from light weight fiber reinforced concrete with a smooth top finish.  We stock many sizes of the Century steps. 

tUck PRecast Steps

  • Made with Durable Reinforced Concrete
  • 4', 5', or 6' Wide
  • Optional Stoop 24" - 48"
  • 1 to 6 risers, 7 1/4" Riser Height
  • Brushed Step Finish
  • Locally Made Wrought Iron Hand Rails Available
  • Concrete Sealer Available
  • Delivery and Install Available
  • Removal & Disposal of Existing Steps Available
  • Free Estimates

How do I care for my new concrete step in winter?

You can help maintain concrete by shoveling the snow from your sidewalk and steps. By keeping the snow cleared, there is less chance that it will compact down, freezing into the surface. Use a plastic shovel instead of a metal one. Bent/sharp corners of a worn metal shovel can damage the surface.

Is it okay to use salt as a deicer?

The short answer is NO. Salt or any other deicers should not be used because they can damage your concrete. The best way to keep your concrete safe in the winter is to keep it clean with a plastic shovel and use sand for traction.

Do I need to seal new concrete?


Yes. It is recommended by concrete experts to seal your concrete every year. Choose your sealer carefully to make sure it will protect your investment. There are many sealants available for all surfaces that will protect from effects of salts. There are also sealants with grip additive built into them that can increase traction.