Hardwood Flooring

Types of Moldings

Moldings are used to hide transitions between floors because of uneven heights, different types of flooring, and/or because of shifts from floors to stair or cabinets, they are also used as decoration, whatever the reason may be, there are several types of molding.

  • T-molding is used as a transition from one floor to another of equal height or to join Hardwood Floors between two rooms, like in entrances.

  • Flush stairway tip, this type of molding has a lower cut trim which is used in stair steps, stair rests, and raised floor perimeters to connect floors to give a uniform appearance.

  • The step overlap has a profile that rises over the flat surface of the floor.

  • One-quarter rounded molding, a curved molding, covers the expansion spaces where the floor meets the baseboards, cabinets, or stairs.

  • Reducer strip, this type of molding achieves a successful transition between different types of flooring, like between laminate or hardwood and carpet.

In addition to being decorative, they help beautify the project, by hiding unpleasant separations and protecting joints that happen because of expansion or contraction of the soil. With this subtle but ingenious decoration, they achieve an elegant and sophisticated appearance.

Call us for more information on molding for hardwood floors at (408) 509-8627- (408) 333-9771 or visit our showroom in 1190 Mountain View Alviso Rd, Ste N94089, Sunnyvale, CA.

2019 Hardwood Flooring Trends.


Engineered Hardwood Floors

It's 2019, and the trend with Engineering Hardwood Floors continues, for its great success in 2018 for offering lots of benefits and affordable price, being an alternative for Solid Hardwood Floors. They provide stability, quality, and longevity.

Color Trend

The popularity of cold and dark colors will increase, the gray tones and their variations as the subtle mixture between gray and beige will be one of the favorite colors among consumers especially for placement in kitchens and even in bathrooms. Gray Hardwood Floors are now essential for the modern kitchen, often combined with brushed stainless steel and tinted glass will give the elegant and contemporary touch that you are looking for your Hardwood Floors.

High Variation

Hardwood Floors with variations have become very popular, combining planks of different shades within the color scheme, with a variety of decorative styles an excellent way to connect the best of color trends.

Wide, long plank, exotic grains, herringbone and other forms of decorated hardwood will also go on trend for this 2019.

Are you thinking to install Hardwood Floors in your house or apartment?

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