transitional floors for wood floors

How to Transition Between Two Different Wood Floors Transitioning between two different wood floors is relatively easy when it comes to meeting at a narrow doorway. However it gets a little tricky when you are looking on keeping an open floor plan for either a residential or commercial space more cohesive. 【Get Price】

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Flush transition moldings are commonly used to complement nailed down or glued down wood floors. Floating floors require over-lap transition moldings to be used. Over-lap moldings are designed to transition to other floors while still providing an expansion gap so the flooring can have freedom to expand and contact with indoor climate changes. 【Get Price】

A 4-in-1 transition strip is the Swiss Army Knife type of transition strip with interchangeable parts that work for different types of floors. A typical 4-in-1 transition includes a metal channel for mounting the system with a T-molding which fits into the channel and is used alone if you are joining floors that are the same height. 【Get Price】

This transition does a nice job of breaking up dark-stained hardwood flooring from the large concrete-look tiles. Use this transition between mudrooms or kitchens and living spaces. Tile inlays are a great way to change the tone of a room. 【Get Price】