Hardwood Trim & Moldings
Also known as a baby threshold, this threshold molding is commonly used in doorways to finish the edge where flooring ends. It hides seams against sliding door tracks, fireplaces, carpet and tile, and provides a smooth transition between floors of different heights. It can also be used where quarter round molding and wall base molding cannot be used.
Flush Stair Nose
A molding undercut that is used on stair steps, stair landings and elevated floor perimeters. It protects edges that take the brunt of foot traffic in these areas, while enhancing the beauty of the flooring. Stair nose connects on the same level as the flooring surface for a smooth, finished appearance.
Overlap Stair Nose
Used where the flooring meets a step down or landing to protect the edges and provided a finished look. Different from flush stair nose, overlap step nose has a slightly raised profile that overlaps the flat flooring surface.
A multi-purpose molding with a slight slope designed to make a smooth transition between floors of different heights or different types of flooring, such as between laminate or hardwood and carpet. It is also used as a design element around fireplaces, doorways and other vertical surfaces, and as a room divider.
Quarter Round Molding
A curved molding that covers the seams or expansion space where flooring meets with baseboards, cabinets and steps.
A molding used as a transition piece from one flooring surface to another of equal height or to join hardwood floors between two rooms, such as in doorways. T-molding can also be used to conceal joints left for expansion and contraction.