Handscraped Solid Exotic Walnut Stair Nosing - 8' (Finger Jointed)

Handscraped Solid Exotic Walnut Stair Nosing - 8' (Finger Jointed)

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Stair Nosings add a professional, finished look to stairways with laminate flooring. They are designed to catch the brunt of foot traffic abuse while maintaining the overall beauty of each step. Floating floors require an overlap stair nose to allow the floor to expand and contract.

Name  Stair Nosing
Material  Solid Exotic Walnut (Unfinished)
Length
8 feet

 

The Importance of Transition Molding

Floor transitions help one surface transition to another so there are no abrupt, unfinished or unprotected edges that could be tripped on. They give a nice coordinating finishing to a beautiful floor, like a frame around a picture

Choosing Transition Molding

There are many different kinds of transition molding, but here are the five basic types to be aware of:

  • Reducer: A reducer is when a hard surface meets up with surface that’s lower in height. For example: hardwood meeting up with vinyl.
  • T-molding: T-moldings are used to transition two floors of equal height. It can also be used when the flooring continues in through a doorway or passageway to another room. Additionally, some floating floors have length and / or width limitations with how far they can be run continuously. A T-molding can allow these floors to run longer distances by creating the necessary break in the floor.
  • Baseboard/Quarter-round: Baseboards/quarter-rounds are used in combination with each other to create a finishing touch around the perimeter of a room
  • Stair nose: A stair nose is to be used when flooring meets a step down or a landing. It can also be used on individual stairs.
  • Threshold: Threshold molding can be used when a hard surface ends against a vertical surface. For example, it’s an ideal choice and fit against carpet.

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