|Length (in.) x Width (in.)||300 x 4||Product Length (in.)||300 in|
|Product Thickness (in.)||0.25 in||Product Width (in.)||4 in|
|Color Family||Gray||Color/Finish||Slate Grey|
|Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential||Features||Salt Resistant|
|Flooring Product Type||Trim||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor|
|Installation Method||Loose Lay||Material||PVC|
|Package Quantity||1||Product Weight (lb.)||6 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Style||Industrial, Modern, Transitional|
|Surface Pattern||Smooth||Water Protection||Waterproof|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
A: No, this will not create a waterproof seal: you want the vinyl flooring inside the grooves to have some room to expand and contract. You can try using an adhesive to create a seal, but that's not recommended.
A: No. It is just a decorate piece to mask the gap.
A: Yes. Because of changes in temperature in my garage, the flooring has shrunk and relaxed many times. There were small gaps in the seams. So I used this to hide the gaps but also to keep the flooring from shifting when driven on. I didn’t glue or double tape the flooring when I installed it.
A: I used only the center trim. The center trim has slots on both edges, edge trim has slot on one edge. I think if you intended to use the trim for edge only, you should use edge trim. If you use center trim as edge, it looks not nice. Also you want to use edge trim only for entrance. For other cases, you don't even need edge. On my garage entrance, I did not have edge, but it was OK.
A: I wouldn’t use a center trim to terminate the floor at the garage door opening because driving over it may cause it to curl up. I did use my leftover center at the back of the garage floor next to the wall
A: yes it will.
A: Yes, it will absolutely work with it.