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Moldings

 

 

Wood Floor require expansion space at the wall and all vertical obstructions. Molding are used to cover the expansion area, to hide cut ends, to adjust height differences or transitions between floors and to aesthetically finish the area.

Profiles are many and vary through the industry. Here are some examples of standard profiles.

 

 

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Baseboard

From 3/8" and thicker, from 1 1/2" to 4+" high; used to protect the wall and cover expansion space.

Baseshoe

From 3/8" to 5/8" thick, from 1/2" to 1" high;used istead of baseboards or with baseboard to complete expantion coverage;

flexible enough to conform to irregular surfaces.

 Quarter Round

One quarter of a  dull round; from 1/2" to 1"; used as an alternative to shoe in some areas.

 Reducer

From 5/6" to 3/4" thicj, 1" to 3" + wide; used to make transition in thickness from wood floor down to thinner surface (or carpet or vice versa),

generally through door openings. Also used to cover expansion space around vertical surfaces such as fireplace hearths when mounted directly to surface of fllooring.

 Threshold/Saddle

From 5/16" to 3/4", thivk, many widths; used to make the transition at doorways, between interior rooms and to the outside. Can be custom milled to any size.

 Baby Threshold

Often variable- used to cover expansion space in perimeter areas where vertical molding cannot be used. Example: Stone, brivk wall and hearths as well as floor to ceiling glass and sliding doors.

May also be used at existing door thresholds.

 Nosing

 Also called stair nosing,bull nose, stairwell trim,landing tread. Thickness same as flooring. Used to create finished edge on top step, around stairwell, sunken living room, etc.

 

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