Things like stair nosing, reducers, thresholds, and moldings are optional items and should be measured by the linear foot. It helps to know if/what trim you’ll need when you place your order for flooring.
Stair nosing is the rounded edge of a wooden staircase that increases the length of the edge of each stair. Our stair nosing comes matching the width, species, and color of each floor we offer and is 4 feet in length.
As your floor naturally shifts with the seasons, there may be a gap between your floor and the baseboard/cabinets. To overcome this, we recommend using base shoe molding to cover up any gap that may arise. Our shoe molding comes in 8 foot lengths.
If you are transitioning your new floor to a different flooring surface in adjoining rooms, T-molding is there to help. This product is ideal for doorways and where floors of the same thickness come together. Our T-molding comes in 6.5 foot length pieces.
Use a reducer when transitioning floors of different heights. This can be used for connecting your hardwood floor with vinyl, tile or low pile carpet. Our reducers come in 6.5 foot length pieces.Use a reducer when transitioning floors of different heights. This can be used for connecting your hardwood floor with vinyl, tile or low pile carpet. Our reducers come in 6.5 foot length pieces.
A threshold is also used to transition a hardwood floor to another floor of a different height. Our thresholds come in 6.5 foot length pieces.