Moldings

Quarter Round

Quarter round moldings are used to create a subtle blend between wall base and hardwood flooring. They can also be installed alone to create a transition between a hardwood floor and cabinetry. Quarter round moldings are offered in 8-foot lengths.

Wall Base

Wall base moldings border the wood floor to give the room a formal, finished appearance. They provide a clean, beautiful juncture between the hardwood floor and the wall. Wall base moldings are offered in 8-foot lengths.

T-Molding

T-Moldings provide an attractive solution for transitioning between floor surfaces in adjoining rooms. They are designed for use in doorways and borders where floors of approximately the same thickness meet. T-moldings are offered in 6 ˝-foot lengths.

Threshold

Threshold moldings are ideal for doorway applications and when transitioning between floors of different heights. Thresholds are appropriate for installation with hardwood flooring, tile or carpet surfaces. Threshold moldings are offered in 6 ˝-foot lengths.

Square Nose

Square nose moldings are generally used in conjunction with floating hardwood floors. They are ideal for concealing the expansion space when the floor runs up to a vertical object that cannot be framed by wall base or quarter round. Square nose is a good choice around a fireplace hearth or sliding glass doors. Square nose moldings are offered in 6 ˝-foot lengths.

Flush Reducer

Flush reducers are designed to meet up level with glue and nail-down hardwood flooring for a gradual transition to the flooring surface of a different height.Flush reducers are offered in multiple sizes of for optimal floor-molding fit .

Overlap Reducer

Overlap reducers serve as a finishing transition for a floating hardwood floor when a gradual transition between floors of different heights is necessary.Multiple sizes of Overlap Reducers are offered for optimal floor-molding fit.

Flush Stair Nose

Flush stair nosings meet up flush with glue and nail-down hardwood flooring for a smooth transition between the riser edge and the hardwood flooring on the step surface. Multiple flush stair nose sizes are offered for optimal floor-molding fit.

Overlap Stair Nose

Overlap stair nosings serve as a finishing transition for the edge of a stair on a floating floor system. Multiple overlap stair nose sizes are offered for optimal floor-molding fit.