Don’t just take our word for it
One of the best things about this molding is the fact that it can stop the possibility of tripping when going from one flooring thickness to another. This can be a tricky situation for both the very old and the very young, for instance, when moving from hard surface flooring to carpet. With a transitioning piece in between, it’s a much safer venture, especially when walkers, canes or wheelchairs might be involved.
There are a few different types to choose from, so let’s look at those now.
- T-molding -usually best placed between two floorings that are the same thickness.
- Baseboard -installed right above the flooring surface at the base of a wall.
- Quarter-Round -can be used alone, or placed at the bottom of baseboard molding.
- Stair-Nosing -for use on stairs.
- Reducer -placed between two uneven floors
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