Many components go into a flooring installation. Some of the materials used in flooring projects include padding, underlayment, quarter rounds, baseboards, and transition strips. These elements help piece the whole project together. At Royal Home Flooring, we pride ourselves in providing top-quality flooring and installation services. Our Royal installers have years of experience in the flooring industry, and our Royal Home Family is here to give you insight into our flooring installation procedures. Here, we will explore how to install floor transition strips in your home.
Transition strips are narrow pieces of molding that connect two differently leveled flooring together, providing a smooth transition between rooms. Additionally, this piece helps cover any gaps between the two floors and allows for hardwood to expand and contract with humidity and changes in temperature.
Many different types of transitions exist and make a seamless appearance in any home. The most common transition strips are:
The following step may differ depending on which method of installation you choose to proceed with: If choosing the glue-down method, continue to step 4. If using the nail-down method, refer to step 5.
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