10 Oct Installing the Natural Floor, Part 2
Posted at 18:30h in Design & Décor, Featured Stories, Products & Certifications 3 CommentsManaging flooring heights and ensuring floors contain no urea formaldehyde mean extra work on this job I made myself very clear on this project: All products would be proven to contain no added urea formaldehyde, and there would be no transitions. The homeowner had selected three styles of cork flooring that were almost ½-inch in thickness; prefinished solid hardwood that was ¾-inch; and the tile, the first flooring to go in, was sitting at 1-1/16th inches in height once installed. To complicate the job further, the cork was a floating floor, meaning that it does not get glued or nailed to the subfloor, which typically requires transitions, such as T-molding, where it meets up with other floors like tile and hardwood. So, we decided on a modified transition.