Transition Molding from Tile to Hardwood

Mar 16th

Transition molding is important architectural features that are used in all kinds of indoor spaces. Most famous interior decorators believe that almost any room can be enhanced with the addition of crown molding.

Transition Molding Carpet to Tile
Transition Molding Carpet to Tile

A transition molding that is designed to make the transition from wall to ceiling smooth, and can also be used to finish the fireplace, cabinets, etc. The size and shape of the mold is almost entirely dependent on the overall style of the room. Polyurethane is a material that is highly flexible and can be shaped to look any way you want.

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Transition molding is made using a handmade mold so that uniformity is maintained in all parts. Commercial pieces available are pre-primed, which makes it easy to paint, speed up the installation process. It is important to remember that the mold must be installed in a room which will be used, at least 48 hours before painting. This allows the material to adapt them.

Before starting the installation process transition molding, it is a good idea to make sure that all parts are cut. Accurately measure the area where it will be used and cutting the polyurethane at a 45 degree angle using a miter box or saw.