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2 1/4 in. x 9 ft. Rubber Flooring Transition Strip Black Commercial Grade

  • Extremely durable; protects flooring edge from wear and tear
  • Provides a safe and secure transition between flooring surfaces
  • Ideal for high traffic areas
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Product Overview

Protect your flooring edge from wear and tear with the extremely durable 2 1/4 in. x 9 ft. LifeTiles Rubber Flooring Transition Strip. The commercial grade strip features a butting gauge undercut and long flange smooth taper. The 100% rubber strip provides a safe and secure transition between flooring surfaces. Meets all ADA requirements for changes in level to appearance between different floor materials.
  • Black 100% rubber commercial grade transition strip
  • 2 1/4 in. width x 9 ft. length
  • 1/4 in. butting gauge undercut; long flange smooth taper
  • Appropriate grade for installation: above grade, on grade or below grade
  • Residential and commercial use; enclosed garage and indoor application only
  • Clean with a damp cloth
  • Glue down application
  • Dont forget your LifeTiles Tape for a secure bond
  • Easily cut to desired length
  • ADA compliant
  • PVC and phthalate free
  • Protects garage entrance when used with LifeTiles Garage Flooring Tiles

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
9 ft
Product Thickness (in.)
.25 in
Product Width (in.)
2.25 in

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Flooring Material Features
Waterproof
Flooring Product Type
Transition Strips
Flooring Type
Prep & Protection
Material
Rubber
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ADA Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

16Questions21Answers

What is the width on the top part? Needing something that is around 2 inches.

Asked by J33per May 17, 2021
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The top of the trim is 1.043 1-7/16

How do I install indoor /outdoor carpet using this to blend to concrete slab? Do I install strip...

Asked by John May 7, 2021
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Yes, they will need to install the strip first, then fit the modules into the strip opening.

Will this work for a 3/8" thick mat?

Asked by Steppin February 2, 2021
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We do not believe it will fit in the 1/4" slot.

I have 1/4 inch workout mat that I would like to put this on, will this fit?

Asked by Al January 20, 2021
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Yes, a 1/4 inch mat will slip into the slot. The slot is 5/16 inch thick allowing for either laminate or your floor mat to be slid into it to make a neat finish.

What is the thinnest material you can use with this strip? Will it work with 4 mm vinyl plank?

Asked by Craigy December 19, 2020
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The channel is about 3/16" wide (~5 mm). So the 4mm thickness will fit, but may not be water tight.

Does this strip come in any other color than black?

Asked by NiqueNews December 17, 2020
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No only in black

Is there a 16' version of this for a double garage door? If not, do you just butt it up to the ot...

Asked by Wolfy November 7, 2020
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Yes - this is ideal for garage door openings. I have a 2 car garage and yes I just put them right next to each other. Works great.

Do you carry LifeTiles for 1/8 rubber flooring transition strip or would these work?

Asked by Robzoobird September 22, 2020
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Not at this time.

what kind of glue is best to use with this product?

Asked by JG September 21, 2020
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The LifeTiles tape goes perfectly with this strip. It is sold separately.

Does this have any flexibility to it? I need something for an area that has a slight curve.

Asked by Cat August 24, 2020
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It's rubber so it should be able to bend to a slight curve.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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Very easy to work with.
Very easy to work with.
by Nonnasue
Worked perfect with our outdoor carpet as edging on steps to our lanai.
Worked perfect with our outdoor carpet as edging on steps to our lanai.
by denbarb
This strip makes a nice transition from ceramic floor tile to hardwood floor. I removed the carpe...
This strip makes a nice transition from ceramic floor tile to hardwood floor. I removed the carpet from the adjoining room so there was a gap between the two floor levels that was a trip hazard. I cut a strip with scissors and a utility knife to fit the door threshold tightly. It makes it a smooth transition. I am using this temporarily until I replace the carpet but I think that if it could be painted that it could be a permanent transition that could be glued down. It has a 1/4” notch about in the middle that butts up to the upper floor surface so that it stays put.
by Dundee
I ordered this LIFETILES 2 1/4 IN. X 9 FT. RUBBER FLOORING TRANSITION STRIP to take care of a pro...
I ordered this LIFETILES 2 1/4 IN. X 9 FT. RUBBER FLOORING TRANSITION STRIP to take care of a problem in our hallway. We took out the carpet & pad that was covering an oak floor, but then we were left with a lip up to the slate floor in the foyer creating a trip hazard. This product worked nicely to bridge that hight gap and cure the toe smashing problem. It's rubber so it smells like a new tire, which I assume will have less of a smell over time. I was able to cut it with sharp scissors, but if you need a real straight cut you might want to use a square and a utility knife. I will also be using this product to cover up a hight transition from the oak floor to a newer addition where there is a sliding glass door into the new room. There is 9' of the transition strip and it's about 3/8" thick in the middle and has a groove that will work well with click lock wood flooring. There were no instructions in the box, it would be helpful if the company included them, stating the best way to hold this product down.
by MikeTheReviewer
14 people found this helpful
I had stone tiles installed in my kitcthen some time later bought a new dishwasher. Because of th...
I had stone tiles installed in my kitchen then some time later bought a new dishwasher. Because of the new front design, it left a gap between the bottom of the dishwasher and the stone tile edge. Very unsightly. I didn’t know what to try until I found this J&J Industries rubber flooring transition strip. Surprisingly easy to cut with regular scissors. I simply cut then placed between dishwasher and floor. Perfect. Now I need to go around the home and find other uses for this versatile rubber strip. Comes rolled up. High quality rubber.
by Linzseyslilpad
The J&J Industries Rubber Flooring Transition Strip is 2 1/4 inches wide and is in a roll 9 feet ...
The J&J Industries Rubber Flooring Transition Strip is 2 1/4 inches wide and is in a roll 9 feet long. This is a black commercial grade strip that can be cut to length to fit your doorway or wherever you need a transition strip. You typically use this product where you have installed laminated flooring and it ends up higher than the adjacent flooring. The flooring is laid down first, then the strip is glued down and slid under the last strip inserting the laminate into the slot provided. The slot is 5/16 inch thick allowing for the laminate to be slid into it to make a neat finish. One application that I intend on using it for is installing a laminate floor in a basement hallway and using this transition strip at the doorway going into the laundry room that has vinyl tile. The two floors will be slightly different heights so this strip will work perfectly. The flexible rubber strip can be easily cut using a knife or scissors.
by Len
I would recommend this product for berber carpet or anything less thick to go with. I haven’t had...
I would recommend this product for berber carpet or anything less thick to go with. I haven’t had the time to redo our entryway yet but I did add some pictures of what I plan on doing with it. Now in my opinion I feel that whatever you do decide on transitioning together it would be wise to use glue to adhere at least one side. It feels very durable and made to last and when I do find the time to get it done, It should be more than adequate
by broadway
This is a versatile transition strip that I could imagine working in a range of different situati...
This is a versatile transition strip that I could imagine working in a range of different situations. I was surprised to see that it's real rubber, a rarity these days and I imagine easier to adhere to a floor than silicone based materials. It's rated for indoor use only, but I expect it would do fine outdoors if not exposed to a lot of direct sun. The profile is efficient with minimal rise (and trip hazard) over the nested tile thickness (see pic). The bottom is perfectly flat and smooth and should marry to floor surfaces well. They mention a double sided tape, but I used my standard latex floor tile adhesive and it worked like a charm. If you can deal with the color limitation, this is a far better alternative to traditional aluminum based transition strips.
by SteveH
Protect your flooring edge from wear and tear and safe from tripping with the extremely durable 2...
Protect your flooring edge from wear and tear and safe from tripping with the extremely durable 2 1/4 in. rubber flooring transition Strip. The strip features a butting gauge undercut and long flange smooth taper. The rubber strip is thick and heavy and provides a safe and secure transition between flooring surfaces. Yes, I would recommend this product.
by WANDASWORLD
This is a VERY flexible transition strip for carpet and other types of flooring. It's long enough...
This is a VERY flexible transition strip for carpet and other types of flooring. It's long enough to do three standard entry or doorways. I like that it lays flat right out of the box, it does not curl up or get stiff. It's about 2 inches wide and a 1/4" thick with a groove to fit the flooring into the bottom and hold tight. I'd attach this with double sided adhesive or flooring glue for a tight leak free bond (no water can get under it then). This is rubber so it won't tear easily and isn't slippery when wet due to small grip lines on it. I'd recommend it.
by hpiguy
2 people found this helpful
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