What is each trim/transition piece used for?

Flooret offers 7 matching trim pieces to complete any installation.

T-molding - This is used to transition between two floors that are the same height. For example, if you wish to change directions with the Modin Rigid planks from one room to another, those two rooms would be separated by a T-molding.

 

Reducer - This is used to transition from the Modin Rigid floor down to the subfloor, or can be used to transition between Modin Rigid and other floors that are higher such as tile in a bathroom or an existing hardwood floor. For that latter situation, it is more common to use a reducer designed to work with the higher floor but when that is not possible our reducer can work.

 

Quarter Round - The quarter round is a perimeter piece that is used when Modin Rigid meets a vertical surface where a baseboard would not be used (or if that vertical surface is the baseboard itself due to them not having been removed prior to installation). Modin Rigid needs a 1/4" expansion space at the perimeters and the quarter round will hide that.

 

End-Cap - The end-cap is a low profile trim piece that is, like the quarter round, used most frequently when the Modin Rigid planks are running into something vertical where baseboards would not be used. A common example of this would be the track of a sliding glass door or a floor to ceiling window.

 

Stair Riser - This is used for the riser of your steps.

 

Stair Tread - This is a full tread with a bullnose as one continuous piece that is used for individual steps that fall within the dimensions of 10.5" x 48".

 

Stair Nose - The stair nose is used in conjunction with Modin Rigid planks on landings (or any step that is deeper than the allowable dimensions of the stair tread).

 

For more information, please refer to our installation videos below: