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Prefinished Hazelnut Reducer- 6lft

SKU: 10020112
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Prefinished Qing Viper Strand Bamboo Reducer- 5/8" x 2-1/4" x 6lft

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

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3.0

Bamboo Reducer

By JP

from Norman, OK

Pros

  • Smooth finish

Cons

  • Difficulty in cutting
  • Difficulty in maneuvering

Best Uses

  • Reducing to base level

A very classy piece, but difficult to trim to fit next to 1/4" tile from 5/8" flooring.

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  • Q:

    Can this transition piece be used for a front door?
    Asked on 9/4/2012 by Vanessa from Fort Lauderdael

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      Normally you would want to use a threshold for doorways but if the height variation is not big enough for a threshold you can use a reducer

      Answered on 9/7/2012 by Patricia from 1024
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