PRBTTM - 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Cumaru 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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3/4" Brazilian Teak
from VaBeach, Va
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 5/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Brazilian Teak T-Molding:
Beautiful wood and finished floor. We have natural stained moldings and the floors color variations allow all the colors to blend wonderfully.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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brazilian teak kitchen floor
By George Davidson
from Dearborn, MI
Love the floor!
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Need more light boards. 1 per 6 boxes.
I loaded it in my truck. I installed it.
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By Dave the satisfied customer
from Kansas City MO
About Me Beginner
We have 2 large dogs and the pine floors the builder installed were not holding up. We had carpart and pine floors replaced with Brazilian Teak in our entire house. Our installer was impressed with the hardness of the Teak and we were immpress with the beauty. We used the hardwood flooring, t molding, shoe molding, stair nosing, stair risers and stair treads.
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Wrong made right
By Scott B
from Chesapeake VA
About Me Professional
This flooring is great looking, very hard and the price was great. This flooring ALSO does not install like most wood flooring due to the hardness of the wood. Make sure the sales person is experienced in teak and the installation of it. Be informed before you buy.
Service and delivery comments:
I went to one location of Lumber Liquidators. The employee sold me this teak flooring. When I went to another LL to buy more of the flooring the employee there told me what the first one did not. He explained to me that this is one of the hardest woods. It takes a special tool and installation technique than most hardwood flooring. So with the help of the 2nd store and employee, I returned the teak flooring and bought thicker, oak flooring that I was familiar with. The teak looked good and is very durable and the price was great but had I known that the installation was different I would not have bought it in the first place. Ultimately all turned out well.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Teak T-Molding Door Ways
from Tulsa, Oklahoma
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Cut to fit glue in and set heavy weight on it for 24 hours till adhesive sets up.
By Simple Sue
Love the look. [...] Haven't had it long enough to tell if it is durable.
By Dave the floor guy!
from Clermont, FL
I used this with the Brazilian Teak engineered hardwood. Loved the ease of installation of the floors and transitions. Will buy from Lumber Liquidators again if any further renovations are necessary in the future.
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from las vegas nv.
excellent product ,[...]
from jacksonville fl
color is too light and varies from rest of the floor.
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