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TrafficMASTER

Model 18512

Internet #202066496

Store SKU #138722

Oak 36 in. MultiFloor Transition

$11.91 /each

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The TrafficMASTER Oak 36 in. MultiFloor Transition easily covers a seam or gap between two flooring surfaces. Multifloor Transitions have a unique rounded design that transition flooring surfaces of equal and unequal heights.

  • Durable aluminum withstands high foot traffic areas in the home
  • For use in doorways, room entry ways or other locations where two flooring surfaces meet
  • Nylon hidden fasteners install easily
  • Can be cut to desired length with hack saw

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I have a transition between 1/2" underlayment covered by 1/16" vinyl tiles down to a wood floor below.

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On the top, I need more than 1/2" width. Will this product work for this situation?
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This transition will work if the two surfaces are at about the same level. If one flooring material is 9/16" (1/2 underlayment=8/16+1/16 vinyl tile=9/16") lower than the other you may need a reducer like the following.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-Legend-Horizontal-Toast-9-16-in-Thick-x-2-in-Wide-x-47-in-Length-Bamboo-Hard-Surface-Reducer-Molding-HL18HSR47/100676547#specifications
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This transition will work if the two surfaces are at about the same level. If one flooring material is 9/16" (1/2 underlayment=8/16+1/16 vinyl tile=9/16") lower than the other you may need a reducer like the following.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Home-Legend-Horizontal-Toast-9-16-in-Thick-x-2-in-Wide-x-47-in-Length-Bamboo-Hard-Surface-Reducer-Molding-HL18HSR47/100676547#specifications
I am not quite sure what you mean by down to a wood floor. If you go to the flooring Department at your local Home Depot they will be able to show you many transition options.
Thanks for the inquiry.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Multifloor transition Not as nice on the floor as in the package. Was moderately difficult to install, Will leave it for a while, and then get something different. July 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by oak transition The oak transition was east to install and looks great June 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Difficult with carpet transitions I found the plastic pegs impossible to use with a carpet to tile transition (drilling near carpeting is not advisable). However, I was able to secure the transitions employing a bead of adhesive on the tile and overlapping the transition over the carpeting. The product's wood like finish isn't appropriate in the public part of a dwelling, but would be acceptable in a bedroom area setting. March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect match I needed a transition from older oak hardwood floor to new porcelain bathroom tile in a small hallway bath. Looked at every kind of transition available in the store. Then I looked on line and the color was perfect. Fast shipment and no hassle pick-up at service desk. September 8, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Only product available for use The install is very difficult as you have to drill very precise depth holes into the floor surface to install it. You then have to perfectly line up the multiple screws into the holes and evenly push the multifloor down.The plastic inserts/screws are very flimsy and break easily. I checked and you cant buy extras at Home Depot or from the manufacturer, you have to buy another threshold. It looks very good once installed but I would say most people will struggle to install it. It also appears to be the only threshold multifloor device like it that doesn't leave exposed nails which my kids would frequently get cut on. An improvement would be to have a device you just screw into the floor and then snap the threshold cover over it. March 4, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well Good for unequal height transition thresholds. Needs a few more color choices for the oak and pine finishes. Requires near exact drilling for mounting purposes. Be sure to allow equal spacing on both transition sides. An uneven height will pull the saddle towards the lower side. May 3, 2012
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