Floor trim & molding
Trim and molding pieces enhance the beauty of your floors and provide continuity. An essential part of any flooring project, trim and molding decoratively covers edges and gaps in your space. It can hide joints left for expansion and contraction, and transition areas where one flooring style ends and another one begins. The visual effect of perfectly coordinated or matched trim makes floors look sophisticated and complete. Learn about trim and molding types, and find specifications to fit your project.
Floor trim & molding options
Reducer is used as a transition from wood flooring to other flooring of a different height. A reducer may be used to bridge a vinyl room to a room that has wood flooring.
Stair Nose is used as a transition on stair steps and sunken dens.
Threshold is used at raised hearths and exterior doors. A threshold is also used as a transition from wood to carpet.
T – Molding is used as a transition between two hard surface floors of equal height. A t-mould may be used to bridge wood floor and ceramic tile.
Quarter Round is used to cover the expansion space near a wall. Quarter round may also be used with a new or existing base molding.