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5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding

5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding

5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding
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6.5 linear ft. each
SKU: 10007332
Our Low Price $3.96/linear ft. Special Price $1.98/linear ft.
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PRASTM - 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding Prefinished

T-Molding provides an attractive solution for blending floor surfaces in adjoining rooms. Used in doorways and borders where floors of similar thicknesses meet.

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5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding
 
4.4

(based on 8 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to install (6)
  • Improves look (4)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Hardwood floors (5)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Avid do-it-yourselfer (3)

    Reviewed by 8 customers

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    5.0

    great product matches ash flooring

    By carnini

    from vermont

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Improves Look

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Hardwood Floors

      Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

      The ash t molding is a great fit for the natural ash flooring I put down. There was a space at the opening to the closet and due to the way the house was constructed I needed to leave a space. This spanned that space great
      One issue to look for, the finish looks like it might be too thick on the underside. One section of the piece I have not used looks to be maybe a drip. Going to sand that off since it could cause that part to pop up.

       
      2.0

      Doesn't quite match...

      By Dplus12

      from Columbus, OH

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Easy To Install

      Cons

      • Different finish
      • Dulls Look Of Floor

      Best Uses

      • Hardwood Floors

      Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

      The T-Molding is several shades lighter than the lightest planks of our beautiful Bellawood 3 1/4" Natural Ash floors (those get 5 stars!). The finish also seems to be different, as well as the grain pattern. I wish it would have matched better.

      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Price, Perfect Fit, Polyurethane

      By 2121 Homes

      from Dallas, Tx

      About Me Professional

      Pros

      • Easy To Install

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Laminate Floors

        Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

        Polyurethane finish, just cut and install.

         
        5.0

        Ash wood flooring

        By xxx

        from Toano, VA store

        About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Install
        • Easy To Use
        • Improves Look

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

            [...]

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Love floors! Looks like a new house!

            By CottonFamily

            from Crestwood, KY

            About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Install
            • Improves Look

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Hardwood Floors
              • Home

              Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

              We bought this wood on sale and paid a contractor to put it in. I could not believe not only the great deal we got but how wonderful they look. We are so happy with our floors. Our neighbor had similiar hardwood floors put in and they paid double what we paid. It took the contractor 3 days to get the floors in; the only thing left is the shoe molding which they'll finish up this week.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Excellent

              By Dave

              from Columbus, IN

              About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Install
              • Easy To Use
              • Looks just like the floor

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Hardwood Floors

                Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

                Just installed Bellawood Ash Natural flooring and this trim piece matches great.

                 
                3.0

                [...]

                By Matt Schallon

                from Roanoke, VA

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Good Value
                • High Quality

                Cons

                • Order time

                Best Uses

                  Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

                  The product is great[...]

                  (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Great Product!

                  By Don

                  from Marlborough, MA

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy To Install
                  • Improves Look

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Hardwood Floors
                    • Home

                    Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Ash T-Molding:

                    The floor looks great and we get many compliments. There is one problem. It now makes my existing oak floor look dull! Time to get that sanded and finished, although I will have to put up with the dust! I have two rooms that need wood floors, and they will definitely be done using BellaWood Flooring!

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                    • Q:

                      How would you install this floor if you wanted to float it? is it enough to just slip the tongue and groove together across the whole floor and it would stay in place or does it require glue on the edges?
                      Asked on 7/15/2010 by Anonymous

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                      • Staff Reviewer

                        A:

                        FLOATING FLOOR INSTRUCTIONS
                        During installation, Carpenters wood glue should be applied to each groove on the short and long sides of the planks to ensure bond with the other planks. Two separate continuous beads of glue should be applied: one continuous bead applied inside the groove, and one continuous bead applied to the top part of the tongue at all seams to ensure a secure bond with the top and bottom of the tongue. This double-gluing helps to minimize board gaps or separation. Note that seasonal gapping is normal in wood flooring and does not constitute a product failure. Seasonal gapping can be minimized by the acclimation recommendations provided on page 1.
                        Floating floor expansion
                        Perimeter expansion space for room areas 30’x30’ and under is ½”. Room areas exceeding 30’x30’ expansion space is ¾”
                        No spans or connected flooring can be greater than 40’ in any direction without an expansion break. A connected area is defined as all room areas using the same flooring, connected. Expansion breaks can be placed in doorways, between rooms or hallways. Expansion breaks can be hidden using T- type expansion moldings.
                        (1) Complete floor preparation as earlier outlined, next install a moisture barrier (6-8mm sheet plastic) over cement, kitchen vinyl and ceramic tiles. Omit plastic moisture barrier when installing directly over bare wood subflooring.
                        (2) Install recommended underlayment such as: Quiet Walk, Insulayment or Cork.
                        (3) The flooring should be installed from left to right, tongue side towards to wall, with the groove sides facing out from the wall.
                        (4) Starting in one corner of the room, lay the first row of planks flat and against ½” spacers. (During installation, spacers provide the necessary space required for expansion around the perimeter of the floor. It is especially important to leave at least ½” free around the entire floor). Planks can be elevated at a slight angle to allow the tongue to slip into the groove of the first plank. Once flat, push and gently tap the planks together until they lock tightly, use a tapping block if necessary.
                        (5) When edge-gluing, ensure that the glue is still wet when the planks are joined. Special attention should be paid to ensure that there is no excess glue dripping to the subfloor as this could bond the plank to the underlayment and hamper floor movement. Keep the surface clean using a damp clean rag.
                        (6) For the second and consecutive rows, elevate the plank at a slight angle along its length to allow the tongue to slip into the groove. The next plank should be laid the same way but, with the tongue on the left side of the plank falling just next to the previous plank. Once flat, push down and gently tap the planks together until they lock-in without any visible joint between the planks. Blue painters tape #2080 can be used to keep board ends together until the adhesive has cured. (Not using the correct tape can harm the finish)
                        (7) Complete to floor: When you reach the final row, place a loose board precisely on the last laid panel. Trace a cutting mark and allow for a ½” expansion. Next, Lay the board you cut and ease it into position. Insert spacers between the wall and the last panel laid to be sure there is an ½” expansion gap.
                        (8) To pass obstacles through the floor covering (pipes, radiator mounts), use a pencil to trace the center position for drilling. Use a big enough drill bit to leave a ½” expansion around the pipe. Next, cut the strip in two so that the saw mark goes through the center of the drilled hole, so that the strip can be glued and reassembled around the pipe.

                        Answered on 8/20/2010 by customer care 2
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