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3/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Red Oak Reducer

3/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Red Oak Reducer

3/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Red Oak Reducer
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SKU: 10013992
Our Low Price $4.46/linear ft. Special Price $2.23/linear ft.
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PRRORED38 - 3/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Red Oak Reducer Prefinished

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

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3/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Red Oak Reducer
 
3.0

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3.0

It's great!

By Tina

from Plainfield, Illinois

About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Improves Look

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Laminate Floors

    Comments about 3/8" x 2" x 6.5LFT Red Oak Reducer:

    Looks nice! We will be back to buy more flooring for the bedrooms!!

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    6 Questions | 6 Answers
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    • Q:

      Will this work if the 2 floors are 1/8" difference. My wood floor is 1/2" and tile is 3/8"
      Asked on 3/5/2014 by mark???

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Yes this molding will work for that. Thank you for your inquiry

        Answered on 3/12/2014 by cc-3
    • Q:

      I have been told to use this as an expansion break in a floating engineered floor over concrete since the room has a 30' 2" span on one wall. How is it secured to the concrete which will have Bella Premium Underlayment on it?
      Asked on 1/14/2014 by Al from Colorado

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      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        30' 2"? I don't think you need a T-molding.
        For a floating installation;
        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. Please contact me directly and I would be glad to answer any of your installation questions.
        Mark
        Technical & Installation Specialist
        Office (800)-366-4204 ext. 4857
        My work hours are 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
        You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the installation tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf
        Thank you for writing in!

        Answered on 1/15/2014 by cc-2
    • Q:

      I will be placing Tobacco Road T-Molding where the tile in my bathroom floors will join the Tobacco Road Hardwood floors to be installed in the rest of my house. I will be installing new bathroom pocket doors before the Tobacco Road flooring is installed. I need to know how much above the top of flooring the T-Molding extends so I know how much to trim the bottom of the door so it will clear the T-Molding as it is opened and closed. I would like to keep the bottom of the door as close as possible to the top of the T-Molding without rubbing the top of the T-Molding. Thank you very much for your time and assistance.
      Asked on 3/11/2012 by Chuck from Pompano Beach, FL

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      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        The measurement is 5/16"
        Thank you for your inquiry.

        Answered on 3/16/2012 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      I am buying the casa de colour tobacco road acacia and was curious about the t-molding, I need to put something at the doorway to transition to the hallway, which is a bamboo floor, but the dimensions on the t-molding are a bit odd based on the response to the person who inquired before. I simply need about the length of a typical doorway, about a bit over 2 feet and the width, I assume is like an inch or two? The response to the previous person, indicates an extreme width and length, almost like an area rug. What are the true dimensions?
      Asked on 1/14/2012 by tobacco road from brooklyn, ny

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Prefinished Tobacco Road T-Molding- 5/8" (overall heightincluding leg of T) x 2" wide and is 6.5 lin ft long.
        Thank you for writing in.

        Answered on 1/20/2012 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      What are the dimensions of the T-molding? Specifically, what is the width of the vertical piece of the T?
      Asked on 1/16/2011 by MB from Maine

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        The molding is 2"W x 7.5'L and the tongue is 1/2"W x 1/4" from the top

        Answered on 1/19/2011 by customer care
    • Q:

      How do I install this T-Molding? I have put down 4 3/4" x 3/4" Tobacco Rd, what size expansion space should I allow at the T Molding, 3/4" like around the room? Do I face nail the T Molding or is there a metal U-channel it snaps into like with Laminate molding?
      Asked on 10/26/2010 by Bubba Gump from Alabama

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      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        You should leave a 1" space for the T-molding to allow for expansion space between the two floors under the overlap. Depending on what floor you are butting up to you can glue it to the opposite side of the new floor or nail it into the other floor. You do not want to nail into the new floor, this will restrict the expansion and contraction of the wood.

        Answered on 10/27/2010 by Customer Care
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