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Prefinished Potomac Plank T-Molding

Prefinished Potomac Plank T-Molding

Prefinished Potomac Plank T-Molding
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SKU: 10014580
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Potomac Plank T-Molding- 5/8" x 2" x 78"

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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Prefinished Potomac Plank T-Molding
 
4.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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4.0

Great trim

By triksea

from Aliso Viejo, CA

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Solid wood
  • Wide To Cover Errors

Cons

  • Expensive

Best Uses

    Comments about Prefinished Potomac Plank T-Molding:

    We got these to match an already installed laminate floor. While we love the durability of laminate flooring (we are tough on floors!) the transitions were horrible and started to fall apart almost right away. Areas where there was comnstant use, like by a front door, was the worst. These work perfectly, hold up against abuse like wheels, and we are very happy. We were a little upset with the high price tag (full retail) but we were able to pick them up same day and install them right away, unlike a flooring store that would have to order them.

     
    4.0

    Great product but not a complete match

    By LeonResidence

    from Frisco, Tx

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Does the job
    • REAL WOOD
    • Sturdy

    Cons

    • Color not a match

    Best Uses

      Comments about Prefinished Potomac Plank T-Molding:

      Great trim to use but did not have a complete match to my Potomac Plank Handscraped floors.

      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      good buy

      By Bob The Builder

      from Maitland, Florida

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Installation
      • price

      Cons

      • Hope to not have any

      Best Uses

      • Whole house flooring

      Comments about Prefinished Potomac Plank T-Molding:

      First time user, customer selection. Appears to be a good value flooring, looks great. I would not vote against it.

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      • Q:

        I HAVE RADIANT HEAT IN MY FLOOR.I WAS TOLD THAT SOLID HARDWOOD WOULD SHRINK AND LEAVE SPACES. CAN I USE IT OR SHOULD I GO WITH AN ENGINEERED FLOOR.
        Asked on 1/21/2011 by JONNUMBERS from CHITTENDEN VT.

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          As you may know, some wood species are better candidates for radiant heat (RH) installations that others, if you prefer solid wood floors, choose a #species known for its *stability. Here is the order for best floor type selections as recommended by the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA)

          Floating wood floors and laminates - are highly recommended because they tend to move as a total unit better accommodating moisture and temperature changes.

          Engineered flooring - works well with radiant heat because of its dimensionally stable plywood construction. This construction allows each wood layer to run perpendicular to the other thereby resisting movement and moisture fluctuations.

          Quarter sawn or rift-sawn flooring – this cut or style of flooring is preferable to Plain sawn because it will expand upwards and downwards from elevated moisture- not side to side, producing less gapping and board edge cupping.

          Strip flooring - is also a better choice than plank flooring, because narrow boards expand and contract less than wide boards do because there are more seams in a floor to take up or allow for any excessive board movement.

          If you choose to use solid boards or planks wider than 3" make sure the board moisture content is dry to around 6-9% before and maintained well after installation. For any wood application over radiant heat, the newly installed system should be operating some two weeks prior to the floor installation, this helps to further dry out any unknown pockets of trapped moisture. Acclimation is critical with radiant installations to prevent board shock. In no case should radiant heat surface exceed 85 degrees. Maintain in-door 30%-50% humidity and temperatures of 60˚- 80˚

          Common red and white oak have been used successfully over radiant heat. Ideally, species 15% to 20% higher in stability than red oak are considered best choices. See our Stability chart for boards listed on the higher stability spectrum. Brazilian Cherry is more stable than red oak, however we do not recommend this species for radiant heat applications. In some instances sustained high heat can have a negative impact on this species. The natural oils, calcification and other properties of this species can slowly migrate to the surface just under the clear top finishes manifested as small whitish oxidation spots. Calcification is a species characteristic, not a defect. Calcification cannot be sanded out. Therefore after installation, individual boards manifesting this condition can cut out and be replaced with new boards.

          Good species for radiant applications are;

          Australian Cypress, Bolivian Rosewood, Koa, Mesquite, Teaks, Blood wood, and Mahogany. Poor performers are Maple, Beech and Birch.



          *Wood stability refers to a measured amount of movement that can be expected in some species after installation. Species stability is directly related to local humidity, temperature and surface moisture, therefore acclimation for radiant heat in very important for a successful installation.

          #Note that even when using an ideal species for Radiant applications actual wood performance can still vary due to the Radiant system construction, installation Techniques, as well as your region of the country.

          Answered on 1/25/2011 by Customer Care1
      • Q:

        Is this tongue and groove? Also does this nailed downed or glued?
        Asked on 12/27/2010 by Chris from Toledo, OH

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Yes this is tongue and grooved and should be nailed down.

          Answered on 1/19/2011 by customer care 2
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