How do you transition two flooring types?

How do you transition two flooring types?

Whenever you have two adjoining rooms with different flooring types, it's essential to choose a transition that suits your needs. In today’s post, we’re going to tell you about some of the most common. Read along with us for more information on connecting two rooms with finesse and style.

Flooring transitions are important

There are many reasons to ensure the best transition between floors. It not only helps to alleviate the possibility of tripping and falling, but it also incorporates a beautiful connection between rooms, even when the floor coverings are not the same.

Here are some of the most common transition types. Let us know if the one you want is not listed.

1.  Reducer molding – for connecting two floors of different thicknesses.
2.  End bar – used between hardwood and carpet
3.  T-Bar – creates a seamless transition between hard surface floorings

Transitions are made of various metals, vinyl, or wood and usually match the floor coverings they are transitioning between. Each flooring type has specific characteristics and benefits, so be sure to ask for more information when you stop by to see them for yourself.

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