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Imperial Teak Laminate End Cap

Imperial Teak Laminate End Cap

Imperial Teak Laminate End Cap
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SKU: 10005553
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Imperial Teak Laminate End Cap

What are End Caps used for?
End Caps are used to transition from the wood floor to a higher surface such as: Doors, thick tile, and raised hearth.

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Imperial Teak Laminate End Cap w/ Track
 
4.0

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4.0

easy to install

By oz

from frisco, co

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Very easy to install

Cons

  • Needed nails

Best Uses

    Comments about Imperial Teak Laminate End Cap w/ Track:

    good quality

    Service and delivery comments:

    fast delivery if in stock

     
    4.0

    Too expensive...but necessary

    By Dave B

    from Detroit

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Install
    • Matches the floor well

    Cons

    • The cost

    Best Uses

    • As transition from floor

    Comments about Imperial Teak Laminate End Cap w/ Track:

    Great match to the floor...but way too expensive for a 7.5 foot trim piece.

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    18 Questions | 18 Answers
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    • Q:

      Hello, I need a price for this flooring, 4' X 45'
      With shipping and sales tax, and shipping to 49418
      Asked on 7/25/2012 by Donny from Grandville Michigan 49418

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your request, the cost of the material alone would be $646.20 and I apologize that I am unaware of the tax rate in your area. The shipping charges can be calculated by your closest store which is in Comstock Park, MI

        Answered on 8/4/2012 by Patricia from 1024
    • Q:

      One of these answers says that these floors are often installed then sanded and refinished. Why would someone do that when the cost of this floor, including necessary overage, is about the same as buying the same wood unfinished?
      Asked on 10/6/2011 by redooer from Brookfield, WI

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Good question.
        Due to the nature of odd lot material (defects including, but not limited to: splits, misgrading, unfinished areas, rough finish and mismilling) sanding and finishing will give this (rough) floor a new, consistant finish.
        So when you figure the extra material, labor, lesser quality, and compare it to our select grade flooring. I think It's a no brainer.
        Thank you for your inquiry.

        Answered on 10/7/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      is this product a good option; even if doesn't have a guarantee?
      Asked on 9/9/2011 by anonimous from rdwood city ca,

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        It is an affordable option But as the description states; It may have defects including, but not limited to: splits, misgrading, unfinished areas, rough finish and mismilling. No returns, no cancellations, no warranty.
        This product is often installed and then resanded and refinished.

        Answered on 9/13/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      CAn this product be installed over concrete?
      Asked on 6/27/2011 by Anonymous from Lutz, FL

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        This is a solid 3/4" wood product that is designed to be nailed down into a wood substrate.

        Floating Plywood Nailing Base: Install a floating plywood nailing base to receive wood flooring:

        1. Lay polyethylene sheet vapor barrier over concrete substrate. Overlap seam 6 inches (152 mm) and seal with tape.
        2. Lay one layer of 5/8 inch (16 mm) thick exterior grade plywood over vapor barrier.
        3. Lay second layer of 5/8 inch (16 mm) thick exterior grade plywood on a diagonal over first plywood layer.
        4. Provide 1/8 inch (3 mm) between all sides or adjoining square edged plywood panels.
        5. Screw plywood layers together in a 6 inch (152 mm) pattern. Exercise care not to puncture sheet vapor barrier.
        6. Prior to installation of wood flooring, install one ply of asphalt felt underlayment

        Or you could use our Elastilon underlayment to float this solid product over concrete.
        What you should know about Elastilon Strong
        • An Elastilon-backed wood floor is much faster to install than traditional nail or glue-down methods.
        • Elastilon Strong can be installed on new concrete floors, handling up to 3.9% moisture content. A vapour barrier of at least 6 mil PE should be used below grade and on newly poured concrete above grade where the moisture content is above 3.9%.
        • Laid down with a 5/8” (15 mm) expansion gap, Elastilon Strong creates a dynamic, floating floor that expands or contracts naturally with the hardwood.
        • Elastilon Strong has no odor and is free of volatile materials.
        • Elastilon Strong gives cushioned comfort.
        • 1/8” (3 mm) thick Elastilon Strong has ratings of IIC 62 and STC 54.
        • Thermal resistance: R _ 0,15 (m K) / W
        • Elastilon Strong carries a 70-year limited warranty.

        Answered on 7/5/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      Why would the solid wood Bella flooring not require a pad and is that also the case if the wood is being placed over a cement slab?
      Asked on 6/22/2011 by Anonymous from Houston, TX

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        When nailing down a solid wood product into a wood subfloor usually a 15 lb roofing felt is all that is needed. Sometimes consumers decide to add a "padding" for insulation and comfort under foot; Please NOTE: Insulayment is an underlayment accessory with excellent sound isolating and insulating qualities used under nail down, glue down or floating floors. Not recommended under naildown applications where engineered or solid wood flooring is less than 3/8” thick. Insulayment has a density and compression resistance higher than most isolation barriers, therefore a certain amount of deflection or movement is to be expected when installed using the glued down or nailed down method for wood floors. That deflection may cause a minimal amount of friction or “floor noise”, especially in nailed-down applications. Note that normal floor noise will vary from one installation type to the next depending on sub-floor type, sub-floor deflection, species and type of flooring material, the fasteners used, relative humidity and the amount of topside pressure applied to the flooring material. For these reasons, “Floor Noise” is not considered a defect. -MP Global Products, LLC (888)-379-9695
        Padding is not usually used when gluing down over concrete.

        Answered on 7/1/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      What are the lengths in these cases? LL rarely lists the length in their descriptions.... I also see discrepencies in actual overages required for Odd lots based on Q&A of several customer service reps... 30 or 50%.
      Asked on 4/29/2011 by Rob the slob from Central NJ

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        ODD-LOT

        ALTERNATE GRADE NAME(S):•None

        SUMMARY/DETAILED: Odd-lot flooring is factory seconds sold as-is. It is possible that more than 50% of the material may contain one or more milling, grading, or finishing defects including, but not limited to: severely mis-milled boards; mis-graded boards; warp; wood characters including holes, splits, cracks, severe color variation that is not typical for the wood species; missing or off-color stain; missing/improperly cured finish; severe grainy surface/debris; chips, blisters; scratches; and peeling finish. All sales of odd-lot products are final –product returns are not permitted.



        NOTE: This grade description is intended only to provide general characteristics of the identified wood grade, and is not all-inclusive. Specific wood characteristics and acceptance criteria may vary by wood species.

        Answered on 5/23/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      I need 400sf for living room, how much should I buy to ensure I have enough to include waste?
      Asked on 4/13/2011 by DFDKDD from Martin, KY

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Depending on the look you are going for and how particular you are; 40-50%.

        ODD-LOT
        ALTERNATE GRADE NAME(S):•None

        SUMMARY/DETAILED: Odd-lot flooring is factory seconds sold as-is. It is possible that more than 50% of the material may contain one or more milling, grading, or finishing defects including, but not limited to: severely mis-milled boards; mis-graded boards; warp; wood characters including holes, splits, cracks, severe color variation that is not typical for the wood species; missing or off-color stain; missing/improperly cured finish; severe grainy surface/debris; chips, blisters; scratches; and peeling finish. All sales of odd-lot products are final –product returns are not permitted.

        NOTE: This grade description is intended only to provide general characteristics of the identified wood grade, and is not all-inclusive. Specific wood characteristics and acceptance criteria may vary by wood species.

        Answered on 4/14/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      can this product be glued down
      Asked on 4/2/2011 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        I am sorry but no.

        Answered on 4/6/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      can the product still be used even if it didn't pass inspection?
      Asked on 3/20/2011 by karen from miami,fl

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        ODD-LOT



        ALTERNATE GRADE NAME(S):•None



        SUMMARY/DETAILED: Odd-lot flooring is factory seconds sold as-is. It is possible that more than 50% of the material may contain one or more milling, grading, or finishing defects including, but not limited to: severely mis-milled boards; mis-graded boards; warp; wood characters including holes, splits, cracks, severe color variation that is not typical for the wood species; missing or off-color stain; missing/improperly cured finish; severe grainy surface/debris; chips, blisters; scratches; and peeling finish. All sales of odd-lot products are final –product returns are not permitted.



        NOTE: This grade description is intended only to provide general characteristics of the identified wood grade, and is not all-inclusive. Specific wood characteristics and acceptance criteria may vary by wood species.

        Answered on 3/24/2011 by customer care 2
    • Q:

      could you tell me the total weight of 1180sq.ft. I need to know whether to take just the truck or truck and trailer?
      Asked on 12/26/2010 by phyllis from colorado Springs, Co

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        You will need 51 boxes of flooring to cover 1180 sqft. The weight of all the boxes total will be about 4,233 lbs.

        Answered on 1/18/2011 by Customer Care1
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