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Unfinished Red Oak Threshold

SKU: 10023253
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Unfinished Red Oak Threshold 5/8" x 2"

Ideal for doorway applications and for transitioning between floors of different heights.
Used with hardwood flooring, tile, or carpet surfaces.

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  • Q:

    How is this seam installed? Is it available with adhesive?
    Asked on 7/9/2015 by mer from 77584

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      After the hardwood floor is installed, lay the Threshold molding in place. The Threshold-molding should overlap the flooring by 1/2 to 3/4 inch, leaving the balance for required expansion or contraction. To attach the molding, apply one or two 1/4 inch beads of construction adhesive to the sub-floor and seat the molding in place. If nailing, pre-drill the molding to pre-vent splitting and nail to the subfloor behind the lip of the molding. Be sure when nailing, not to obstruct the floor's expansion space under the molding. Adhesive sold separately; use urethane construction adhesive.

      Answered on 7/10/2015 by Tech & Install
  • Q:

    I am planning on putting a hardwood floor in and where it meets the tile there is about 1/8" difference it thickness of floors, the wood being the thicker. What type of threshold or seam should I use?
    Asked on 3/6/2014 by Ed V from Jacksonville, FL

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      We recommend using a T-molding. Thank you for your inquiry

      Answered on 3/11/2014 by cc-3
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