How close will the molding match my floor?

All transition moldings are designed to blend with multiple floors. Although every effort is made to accurately depict the color and texture of all products, the appearance of the physical item may vary. In addition, moldings of the same item number will often vary in appearance since they are representations of flooring products with natural character and variation.

How do you keep prices so low on brand name moldings?

We inventory one of the largest selections of moldings in the country, with tens of thousands of moldings in-stock and ready to ship.

Do you ship Nationwide?

We ship to the 48 States in the Continental United States. If you reside in AK or HI, contact us with a description of the quantity and molding desired and we can assist you with your particular situation. We currently do not ship outside of the United States.

How long will it take to process my order?

Most orders will ship in 1-2 business days, and most orders arrive within 5-10 business days.

We exclusively use tracked shipping methods, and you can expect an email with a tracking number no more than 3 business days after your order is placed.

If you haven't received a tracking number after 3 business days, or your order after 10 business days, please contact us.

Will my order arrive in one package?

Most orders arrive in a single package. However, depending on the size of your order, it may ship in multiple packages with individual tracking numbers.

What is a Threshold used for?

A Threshold, is a molding that is used up against carpet or against a surface that is higher than the new floor where a wall molding cannot be installed, such as a patio door or a fireplace.

What is a Reducer used for?

A Reducer is a molding that provides a transition between two floors of uneven heights. Overlap reducers are traditionally used with floating floors.

What is a T-Molding used for?

A T-Molding is a transition molding that is used to adjoin 2 surfaces that are very similar in height and used in doorways of the same flooring to allow for additional expansion.

What is a Stair Nose used for?

A Stair Nose is a molding that is used on the leading edge of a stair or an overhang such as an upstairs hallway that overlooks a room below.

What is a 4 in 1 molding used for and how does it work?

A 4 in 1 molding is a molding that can be trimmed to use as an End Cap, Hard Surface Reducer, Carpet Reducer or T-Molding. A cutting tool is provided that allows the molding to easily be trimmed to the desired configuration.

What is Quarter Round used for?

Quarter Round is a finish molding used on walls to Finish the Floor against either a baseboard or directly to the wall.

What is a Pre-finished molding?

Pre-finished moldings are stained and urethane coated.

What is an Unfinished molding?

Unfinished moldings are raw wood and require stain and urethane. Stain and Urethane can be purchased at any local hardware store.

Can transition moldings be refinished?

Hardwood moldings can be sanded and refinished. Laminate moldings cannot be refinished. Vinyl (Waterproof) moldings cannot be refinished.

What is the recommended adhesive to use to secure Hardwood moldings?

We recommend either Liquid Nails or Loctite Premium PL3X for Hardwood transitions. These adhesives are generally available at local hardware stores.

What is the recommended adhesive to use to secure Laminate moldings?

We recommend either Liquid Nails or Loctite Premium PL3X for Laminate transitions. These adhesives are generally available at local hardware stores.

What is the recommended adhesive to use to secure Vinyl (Waterproof) moldings?

We recommend Loctite Premium PL3X for Vinyl (Waterproof) moldings. This adhesive is generally available at local hardware stores. All Vinyl moldings should be sanded on the underside with 80 or 120 grit sandpaper prior to adhering. Abrading the surface will allow the adhesive to obtain a better bond.

Can moldings be nailed?

Yes, moldings can be nailed to a wood sub floor. We recommend that all nail holes be filled with a color matched nail hole putty.

How do you cut transition moldings?

Generally, a power miter saw is used to cut moldings but a hand saw and miter box will work. Please review the installation instructions page for additional information.