|Product Length (in.)||84 in||Product Thickness (mm)||8 mm|
|Product Width (in.)||1 in|
|Color Family||Silver||Color/Finish||Satin Silver|
|Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential||Features||No Additional Features|
|Flooring Look||Metal Look||Flooring Material Features||Moisture resistant, Mold/mildew resistant, Waterproof|
|Flooring Product Type||Transition Strips||Flooring Type||Bamboo, Carpet, Cement, Ceramic, Concrete, Cork, Engineered Hardwood, Laminate, Linoleum, Porcelain, Solid Hardwood, Stone, Subway, Tile, Trim, VCT, Vinyl, Wood|
|Material||Aluminum||Pieces Per Case||1|
|Certifications and Listings||ADA Compliant||Manufacturer Warranty||10 Year|
A: Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their answer is,Allure is a beautiful finish with interesting silver and gray tones. The TrimMaster 8mm 1 in. x 84 in. Satin Silver Aluminum Square Shape Floor Transition Strip, would be an excellent finish to help accent your floor.
A: Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their answer is, The trim may easily be secured to floor depending on substrate. If securing to a wood sub floor, you may use general purpose construction adhesive or screws as fasteners. For fixed Application Installation: Use a #4 OR #6 flat or tapered head screw with a minimum length ¾”, Install the fasteners so the screw head is as flush with the anchor leg as possible. If installing on concrete substrates the use of anchors is recommended. Install wood or plastic anchors, per the manufacturer instructions, into subfloor where the screws will be used to secure the trim. In addition to or in place of you may also use a heavy-duty general-purpose adhesive. For best adhesion and bond consider using a urethane-based adhesive. Follow adhesion manufacturer instructions and safety precautions. IMMEDIATELY REMOVE ANY EXCESS ADHESIVE FROM THE FACE OF THE PROFILE.
A: Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their answer is, Yes the product can be tapped down with a rubber mallet. Best practice would include using a tapping block or cloth to reduce possibility of scuffing. Gently tap the product down until it meets surface of flooring.