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Maple Wood Mouldings

T-Molding Maple Molding

T-Molding Maple Moulding generally used in doorways to join two wood floors in adjacent rooms. The Maple T-Molding is also recommended when making a transition from a wood floor to another floor that is approximately the same height as the hardwood floor. Maple T-Moldings are also used to provide expansion joints when a floor dimension exceeds 40 feet.
T-Molding Maple Molding

Wood Species: Hard / American Maple
Molding Stain: Natural Maple
Origin Country: United States
Botanical Name: Acer saccharum
Surface Finish: Prefinished
Maximum Thickness: 5/8" (15.8750 mm)
Maximum Width: 2" (50.8 mm)
Molding Length: 78" (1.98 m)
Janka Hardness Score: 1450
Protective Finish: Aluminum Oxide (8 coats)

Know Where Your Maple Floors Come From

Maple Moldings are made of the Maple Tree. To read more about Maple tree and the Maple wood please visit our Maple Wood Species Information Page
How To Install T-Molding Maple Molding

The Maple wood molding acts exactly as a solid wood floors and need some space to expand and contract with time. Don't forget to leave enough space between the maple hardwood floors and the other surface, giving the maple t-molding a place where it can expand and contract. First thing you need to do is to lay the Maple T-Molding in place to determine proper fit. To attach the Maple T-Molding between a ceramic tile floor and hardwood floor, apply a 1/4 inch bead of wood adhesive to the top edge of the surface (can be any flooring type). Put the Maple t-molding in place, making sure that you have a minimum of a 1/4 inch molding overlap on the wood flooring, including an expansion space between the Maple T-Molding and the wood floor to handle expansion or contraction.
Hardwood Floors Matching To This Maple Moldings

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