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Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding

Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding

Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding
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7.5 linear ft. each
SKU: 10014276
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Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding- 7.5 LF

T-Moldings provide 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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Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding
 
4.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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1.0

Has a large gap for dirt to accumulat in

By Bob

from Harrisburg PA

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        Comments about Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding:

        We were sold a differnet molding during our last installation which worked fine. This molding has an overhang and a large gap on the border with the new wood floor. It creaks when you walk on it and has a large area for dirt to acacumulate. We are thinking about replacing it or trying to caulk the gap. If you are thinking about using this product as a transition between tile and hardwood, do not buy it.

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        5.0

        Product works as expected and looks good

        By Joe

        from Asheville, NC

        Comments about Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding:

        transition between laminate flooring and 1 inch tile.

         
        5.0

        The Best for the Dark Look

        By The Bronx Girl

        from Bronx, New York

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            • Dining room and foyer

            Comments about Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding:

            product looks gret used Mighty Oak for installation - it was a small job but worth the additional cost to use the professionals - job well done.

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            5.0

            I would buy this product again and again

            By Luis Lairet

            from Miami, FL

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            Comments about Tanzanian Wenge Laminate T-Molding:

            I would buy this product again and again

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            • Q:

              What is the size of the v-groove between boards? Is it a micro-groove?
              Asked on 12/26/2012 by Anonymous

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              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Yes it is considered micro-bevel.
                I would recommend visiting your local Lumber Liquidators to look at the actual sample (take home samples are free) or order a sample to make sure this is the right product for you.

                Answered on 12/31/2012 by cc-2
            • Q:

              Why is there a difference in the widths of the planks? If this is grade A wood, you would expect it all to be the same. I want to use this flooring in my house, but I'm afraid of the widths being off so much. Is there a easy fix for this problem?
              Donna C
              Asked on 4/17/2012 by Donna from White Oak, PA

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              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Because it is a natural wood product and is subject to the envirinment.
                NOFMA/NWFA clearly state that due to the dimensional change due to exposure to environmental conditions, milling tolerances are only valid at the time of original milling at the factory. You cannot measure the width or thickness of a board after that time and compare to established milling tolerances. It is not a valid measurement.
                For the purposes of determining acceptability at the time of installation (assuming proper acclimation under controlled conditions), the installer must use the tolerances for visible gapping/overwood. To do this, the product must be assembled tightly according to good installation practices (not less than 6” between the ends of adjacent boards, no two adjacent boards can be the same length, etc.). Assuming proper acclimation and good assembly/installation practices, Bellawood gap/overwood tolerances are: VISIBLE GAPS: Select Grade: ≤0.025” VISIBLE OVERWOOD: Select Grade: ≤0.020”

                Please note, any visible gaps/overwood less than the maximum tolerances above are not considered defects and do not apply to the 5%-10% defect/waste allowance based on the species guidelines. Pieces that exhibit gaps/overwood in excess of these tolerances should be culled at the time of installation. Installation constitutes acceptance. Only those visible gaps/overwood in excess of these tolerances apply to the 5-10% defect/waste allowance.
                Bellawood gap/overwood tolerances are going to be within basic milling standards.

                Keep in mind that milling standards are based on NWFA/NOFMA standards which are National or Domestic floors and do not take into account the milling standards of exotic woods. While most manufacturers will use this standard for exotic woods there is no set standard by NWFA or NOFMA for these tolerances.
                In addition these tolerances are based on domestic plain sawn woods. It does not take into account the mix of ¼ sawn and rift sawn material that are included in the wood.

                Answered on 4/25/2012 by cc-2
            • Q:

              Does it get lighter or darker over time?
              Asked on 9/24/2011 by Anonymous

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                This floor darkens with age.
                All wood species can change color over time due to oxidation or when exposed to light. In some species, the change can be more dramatic and may darken in color over time, while others tend to lighten. Currently there is no known value set for Patina or color change of a species so contractors and or customers should be aware of this normal condition. The patina process is unrelated to the urethane finishes.

                Answered on 9/29/2011 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              how many times can i refinish this product?
              Asked on 8/1/2011 by Anonymous

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Full refinishing will take slightly under a 1/32” off the veneer of the wood flooring. The thickness of the veneer and how much wear and dents a floor has will determine how many times it can be refinished. Solid hardwood that is ¾” thick may be refinished 4 to 7 or more times depending on how much wood was taken off on each refinishing. Low profile solid wood flooring like 5/16” thick flooring may be able to be refinished twice if the flooring is in good shape. Engineered flooring with a 1/8” wear layer or more will be able to be refinished at least once. If the engineered product has a 1/16” wear layer a professional sander may be able to refinish it, but many won’t take the chance in case they make a mistake and take too much off the wear layer. We recommend that hardwood floor refinishing be done by a professional and if your not sure if you can refinish your flooring have professional sand and finish expert come to your home and evaluate your flooring.

                Answered on 8/3/2011 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              My daughter and I will be installing 5/16 by 2 1/2 inch chestnut in her 3 bedroom 900+ sq ft house 1986 vintage house located in Loveland Colorado. Plywood floor over 16" studs previously carpeted.
              We would like to purchase our own floor nailer. What staple would be the best for this floor, we see nylon or coated staples and what gage would be the best staple and nailer? Don't see any reviews on installation nailers regarding which provides the least splitting problems and depth control of the staple.
              Asked on 1/20/2011 by AB from Loveland Colorado

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                For the BELLAWOOD 3/8" x 3" Select Brazilian Chestnut flooring I would recommend you use an 18 gage cleat nail that is 1" up to 1 1/4" in length. You can use a Powernail 50P nail gun or a Powernail Flex nail gun. Both of these nail guns can be adjusted to the 3/8" floor height.

                Answered on 1/21/2011 by Customer Care1
            • Q:

              We are not limited to concrete slab installation but can Bellawood be placed on a concrete floor? Which products are necessary for complete installation of Bellawood?
              Asked on 11/14/2010 by Anonymous from Tucson AZ

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                Bellawood solids 5/16" up to 1/2" thick can be glued down over a concrete subfloor that is on grade or below grade. Bellawood that is 3/4" thick cannot be glued down, but you can use our Elastilon underlayment to float it over a concrete subfloor. You can also build up a floating plywood system and nail down a Bellawood solid floor over concrete. To find the Bellawood installation instructions please click the link below.
                http://www.lumberliquidators.com/custserv/custserv.jsp?pageName=custserv3

                Answered on 11/26/2010 by Customer Care1
            • Q:

              desperate!!!! Is it possible to install this with cleats over 1/2" particle board overlayment on top of 3/4 plywood subfloor.
              Asked on 11/3/2010 by linda from la porte, in

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                I would not install over the particle wood. This is an underlayment that is not an acceptable sub-floor for nailing or gluing down a floor due to the way it is manufactured. You can remove the PB and replace it with plywood or use a minimum of 3/8" plywood over the top and then nail into that.

                Answered on 11/6/2010 by Customer Care
            • Q:

              does this product have different shades of color ,or does every piece the same color
              Asked on 8/29/2010 by living large from phila,penna

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                As stated in the discription of the product Brazilian Chestnut exhibits a vast range of rich color variations from a lighter understated brown to sultry deep brown hues.

                Answered on 8/31/2010 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              I am confused. The specs say "glue down" but several reviews refer to nailing. Which is the proper way to install this floor over plywood subfloor?
              Asked on 8/12/2010 by tsnyderks from Wichita

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                This product can be installed either way, but for your application fastening would be easier. You can find complete install instructions on our site "go to flooring 101 and search for your product".

                Answered on 8/13/2010 by customer care 2
            • Q:

              How much does each box weigh, and what are the dimensions of each box?
              Asked on 6/19/2010 by Anonymous

              1 answer

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                The boxes for the Bellawood 3/8" x 3" select Brazilian Chestnut will weigh about 84lbs and the dimensions of the boxes will be 12-14" wide x 3.5-4" tall x 88-90" long.

                Answered on 7/30/2010 by Customer Care1
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