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Prefinished Golden Teak Plank Reducer

Prefinished Golden Teak Plank Reducer

Prefinished Golden Teak Plank Reducer
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6.5 linear ft. each
SKU: 10014709
Comparable Price $8.99/linear ft.
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Golden Teak Plank Reducer- 1/2" x 2" x 78"

Made on Timborana hardwood, prefinished to coordinate with your floor.

Reducers provide a smooth transition between floors of different heights.
Perfect for connecting wood flooring with vinyl/resilient flooring, or low pile carpet.

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4.0

Great trim for my Golden Teak floor!

By bbr

from Memphis, TN

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Pros

  • Great quality

Cons

  • Some colors inconsistent

Best Uses

    Extremely hard and great for high-traffic areas.

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    23 Questions | 23 Answers
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    • Q:

      Can this flooring be glued down in a slab installation?
      Asked on 4/30/2012 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • CUSTOMER CARE

        A:

        Yes. All 1/2" and under Solid Hardwood (and certain Virginia Mill Works and 3/4" shorts 36" and shorter) can be glued as well but On or Above Grade only. Troweled on Moisture Barrier is recommended on concrete. Always use the same manufacturer of moisture barrier and adhesive or combo type adhesive moisture barrier.

        You can glue to flat level concrete free of contaminates, moisture and sealers.

        Answered on 5/4/2012 by Tech & Install
    • Q:

      We like this wood but I think we'd prefer the 3/4" x 3 1/4" version. What are the advantages of getting the thicker edition of this [or any] wood flooring?
      Asked on 1/26/2012 by Bud from Seneca

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Usually the lower profiles are used for applications when the height of finished floor and cost are considered. The thicker 3/4" products are of course going to last longer in the long run because they can be re-finished more times.
        Thank you for your question.

        Answered on 1/27/2012 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      how well does this product hold up in the kitchen, i.e., spills, etc.?
      Asked on 9/28/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Despite today's advanced technology, water spills, dirt and other abrasive substances can damage a wood floor's finish. Location, traffic patterns, how often the floor is vacuumed and cleaned, children and/or pets are all factor that influence wear.
        You can find complete care and installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf
        Thank you for your question.

        Answered on 10/3/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      I bought the 5/16" X 2 1/4" Brazilian Chestnut. Another reviewer for the 3/8" X 3" Brazilian Chestnut used the Elastilon underlayment product and found the installation to be very easy. Could we use Elastilon with the 5/16" product, and if so, would we still need to nail every board?

      The T & G is so tiny in the 5/16 product, that we think that top nailing would be our only nailing option. If top nailing with a compressor w/ nailer attachment, which size nails would you recommend?
      Asked on 8/7/2011 by margaret from Forest Knolls, CA

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        You can use Elastilon with thin 5/16" flooring but you must first make sure that the subfloor is very flat. When using Elastilon you can not use any nails to fasten the planks down. If you would like to nail down this product you can try a 20 gage model 200 nail gun made from Powernail using 20 gage 1" long cleat nails. Use # 15 felt paper under the flooring when nailing over a wood subfloor. Top nailing would only be done on the first and last rows being installed using 15 or 16 gage finish nails or pre-drill and hand nail using a 3d finish nail. Use the link below to find installation instructions.
        http://www.lumberliquidators.com/custserv/custserv.jsp?pageName=custserv3

        Answered on 8/10/2011 by Customer Care1
    • Q:

      How much does the vapor barrier adheisive cost and how much quantity would be needed for a typical 500 square foot area.
      Asked on 7/28/2011 by Rick from Houston,TX

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        It will depend on which adhesive product you will be using (Mapei or Bostik, one or two part) and that will depend on the moisture content of the subfloor.
        You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf
        Thank you for your question.
        Lumber Liquidators posts installation instructions on our website through the Customer Care and Flooring 101 web pages for easy installation, including helpful hints.

        Answered on 7/29/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      how does this particular product hold up with small dogs and rapairing possible scratches? what is the best species of wood for this?
      Asked on 7/27/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        You have already picked one of our hardest wood species with the best finish warranty in the industry (I'd stick with it!)
        Despite today's advanced technology, water spills, dirt and other abrasive substances can damage a wood floor's finish. Location, traffic patterns, how often the floor is vacuumed and cleaned, children and/or pets are all factor that influence wear.

        Answered on 8/4/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      CAN I GLUE THIS ON TILE
      Asked on 7/25/2011 by MARK from VICTORVILLE,CA

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Yes this can be glued down to a well bonded properly prepared tile floor using the appropriate adhesive and moisture barrier as required.
        You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf
        Thank you for your question.

        Answered on 8/4/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      In the past I have installed 3/4" oak flooring with nails. This flooring is only 5/16" thick and 140% harder than oak. Are there any problem associated with a thiner harder floor, such as spliting or a more dificult installation? Which would you recommend nailing or stapling?
      Asked on 6/10/2011 by Ron the builder from Williamsport, PA

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        [EXOTIC WOOD NAILING TIPS]:
        Tongue fracture and surface dimpling during installation is common and can be minimized by (1) Installing the flooring in proper lighting (2) using the correct nail thickness, (3) using the recommended shoe adaptor, or (4) changing the angle of
        nail entry.
        To further reduce the occurrence of surface dimpling and tongue fracture the use of flooring nailers with a thinner 18-20
        gage cleat nail may be needed for the harder exotics species. In addition, many installers will sometimes temporarily adjust
        the nailer angle by applying layers of duct tape to the bottom foot plate of the nailer. The use of an over-size base or foot
        plate to distribute the nailing force is encouraged. If however, surface dimpling or tongue fracture occurs when nailing the
        denser species, drilling pilot holes and hand nailing may be required.
         Use caution when fastening the harder exotics with Staplers. The drive bar in Staplers are wider and if fasteners are
        overdriven can act like a wood chisel, splitting tongues. Do not mix fasteners when nailing. Staples and cleats hold differently
        when mixed can result in irregular seasonal gapping and or movement. When face or top nailing, pick areas of the grain or
        pattern that would best hide touch-up fillers.
         If nailers prove difficult fastening the lower profile 3/8”or 5/16” floors, many installers will use 100% urethane wood floor
        adhesives rather than nailers, especially with the more brittle species like; Australian Cypress, Brazilian Walnut, Teaks. Do
        not use significantly bowed, crooked or twisted boards. Use a wood spline or slip tongue whenever a change of board direction
        is needed, wood splines should be both glued and nailed into place. Forcing or pounding floor boards together with a rubber
        mallet during assembly may burse or damage unprotected board edges.
        Thank you for your question.
        You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf

        Answered on 6/15/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      How many times can the 5/16" thick solid wood be sanded and refinished? The website says 3/8" can be sanded and finished multiple times.
      Asked on 1/15/2011 by Anonymous from Madison Hts, MI

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Once, maybe twice, depending on the person doing the job. It can be screened & re-coated several times.

        Answered on 1/29/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      Is there a V-groove on the seam between the two boards: If so, how severe?
      Asked on 1/13/2011 by Leonard from Billings, MT

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Our Bellawood has a micro-bevel which makes for a very small V-groove.

        Answered on 2/2/2011 by customer care 2
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