To gently reduce the height of one floor so it eventually goes flush to the lower surface, use flush reducer vinyl options. It’s a permanent solution used as a “surface terminator” and fixed-anchor solution. Flush reducer can be used with floating floors and other situations where there is no need to accommodate for sporadic expansion or reduction. Installation includes an anchor track that should be installed between the two floors.

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Reducer For Flooring

Helpful flooring accessories make all the difference in a polished, completed, secure result. Such is the case with Reducer For Flooring products and installations. Reducer molding is used when two flooring types with varying thicknesses meet up and need a gradual, safe transition. For example, when vinyl flooring meets up next to wood, ceramic, or low-pile carpeting, there must be something that smooths over that seam in a tasteful, non-cumbersome way. Vinyl flooring manufacturers have created a nice array of choices in flush-mount and overlap styles of Reducer For Flooring items, in colors and sized that meet the needs of just about every flooring situation imaginable.

Reducer Strip

Look through Reducer Strip options to find an ideal match for your flooring transition needs. You can secure the Reducer Strip in a couple of ways. Either glue it to the floor with liquid adhesive or if it includes a helpful attached track, simply use that an firmly put it in place. When using a flooring adhesive, apply a bead of it to the underside of the strip and carefully set it between the two types of flooring you are transitioning.

Overlap Reducer

Place Overlap Reducer transitions between floating floor installations. This specialized vinyl product is durable and strong to provide a safe, gentle surface. It is usually between 1/2” and 1-1/2” in width, so select a size the best meets your home or business needs. Overlap reducer is most often used with floating floors but can also be used in other flooring situations, as well. It allows the floor to expand and contract, so is extremely helpful in scenarios where temperatures or humidity conditions may change. High-quality Overlap Reducers ease & smooth transitions between floors of different heights in an attractive, subtle way.

Reducer Transition

When installing floors that have a lower height than the foundation it meets up with, use Reduce Transition products to ease the transition. An example would be moving from a vinyl plank floor to bare concrete set in a doorway next to a garage space. Use sturdy vinyl Reducer Transition options where these two floors of varying thickness come together. There are a number of widths, colors, and textures available to meet the needs of each home or business and allow for a gentle look and feel in a successful application.

Reducer Threshold

Reducer Threshold molding and products are used where a vinyl or other flooring materials meet up with a second floor of a different height. Rather than a gradual slope, such as with other transition items, a Reducer Threshold is crafted with a rounded-off square edge finish. These are ideal choices when the abrupt hard surface floor joins up to flooring textures like a high-pile carpet. They’re also skillfully used to join floors with unique challenges like sliding-glass-door tracks. It presents a more defined transition to the second surface or juncture. Use a heavy bead of adhesive to secure Reducer Threshold on the subfloor when using this product.

Flush Reducer

If you want to expertly reduce the height of one floor so it eventually goes flush to the lower surface, use Flush Reducer vinyl options. It’s a permanent solution that may be used as a “surface terminator” and fixed-anchor solution. It can be used with floating floors and other situations where there is no need to accommodate for sporadic expansion or reduction. The Flush Reducer installation includes an anchor track that should be installed between the two floors. It gets snapped into place without adhesive, making it time-efficient. Floating vinyl floors can be click-locked into the Flush Reducer molding. Those who prefer to eliminate gaps with a smooth floor transition rather than anything that protrudes or overlaps may like Flush Reducer products best.

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