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Flooring Profiles & Accessories

 

Complete the look with a door profile to match your floor.

Made from solid wood to match your chosen floor a Semi Ramp trim is to be used where a wooden floor meets with a carpet or ceramic tiles

Made from solid wood to match your chosen floor. A ramp trim is to be used where a wooden floor reduces down to the level that your new wooden flooring is installed against, e.g. vinyl, floor boards

Made from solid wood to match your chosen floor. An edge section is to be used where a wooden floor meets a hearth, patio/front, back door, or to butt up to a step. Also used also to create an inset door mat recess.

A Twin trim is to be used where a wooden floor meets a floor of the supportable same or similar height, e.g. wood or tiles.

Bull Stair Nosing

Solid Hardwood Stair Nosing are used as a finish for the step edges of hardwood stairs. Available in Bull.

Square Edge Stair Nosing

Solid Hardwood Stair Nosing are used as a finish for the step edges of hardwood stairs. Available in Square edge.

Cover Plate

The Solid radiator collars fit neatly around 15mm Radiator pipes and are great for hiding the essential expansion gap that must be left around radiator pipes when fitting wood. 19mm hole diameter and 50mm whole diameter.

Scotia Beading
Scotia Beading

Primarily used for finishing the perimeter of rooms to hide unsightly gaps left for expansion, The scotia mouldings disappear seamlessly into the floor

Primarily used for finishing the perimeter of rooms to hide unsightly gaps left for expansion, The scotia mouldings disappear seamlessly into the floor

Quadrant 

Quadrant floor beading is used as an edge trim to cover the expansion gap when installing wood flooring.

Self-Adhesive Felt helps protect your floor against scratches caused by furniture. It creates a layer of smooth cushioning under your furniture’s feet or corners to guard against damage to your floor.

1p – that’s how little it can cost for each one.
We spend thousands of pounds on our flooring. So it makes sense to protect it and keeping looking its best – especially as a felt pad costs as little as one pence each.