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Zamma Southern Hickory 5/16 in. Thick x 1-3/4 in. Wide x 72 in. Length Vinyl Multi-Purpose Reducer Molding


Southern Hickory 5/16 in. Thick x 1-3/4 in. Wide x 72 in. Length Vinyl Multi-Purpose Reducer Molding

$2097 /each
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Product Overview

Southern Hickory Multi-Purpose Reducer is used to transition floors of unequal height from wood/laminate floors to carpet, vinyl or tile. This molding will provide a seamless look when transitioning between flooring surfaces. Coordinates with laminate flooring providing a beautiful finished look.

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  • Southern Hickory Dark color finish
  • 5/16 in. thickness x 1-3/4 in. width x 72 in. length
  • Appropriate grade for installation: Above grade, On grade or Below grade
  • Can be installed over both concrete and wooden subfloors
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Southern Hickory Vinyl Molding
  • Don't forget your coordinating moldings
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground
  • Coordinates with vinyl flooring
  • Clean with a damp cloth
  • Installation track included with purchase
  • Proudly manufactured by Zamma Corporation

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Customer Questions & Answers

how wide of a space is needed between the 2 floors in order to install the track?

how wide of a space is needed between the 2 floors in order to install the track?
Asked by: LT
You will need .25 inches on either side of the track to install the reducer molding.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-07-12

How do I fixate this to my concrete floor?

I have seen moldings like this that come with a metal strip that you glue or screw to the floor and then the molding clicks into it once the flooring is laid down.
Asked by: Jimbo
Those are the two options you have to secure the molding or fastener strip that you are speaking of to the floor. If this area receives a lot of traffic, it may be a good idea to screw it into the concrete. This means you will have to drill into the concrete floor using a concrete bit, then use either a plastic or a led insert that will be tapped into the hole that you drilled into the concrete. Please let us know if you have any further questions. RicksPicks
Answered by: RicksPicks
Date published: 2015-11-07

Will this work for securing the flooring edge where it meets ceramic tile which is thicker to eliminate the height diff

Asked by: Donna
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