Finish that prevents fraying. Perfect for commercial or residential applications where strong protection is important. Use instead of baseboard for a finishing touch to any room. Protects tile edging providing a smooth transition to flooring at a lower elevation. Great for wheel carts!
Metal transition strips join two types of flooring together to provide a smooth transition between the two materials. Transition strips are available in different material types, with metal transitions being the most common when joining vinyl-flooring materials. Metal transitions usually mount to the substrate with screws, but it is also acceptable to glue them into place. It is common when using two types of flooring material to join them in doorways. By placing the transition or floor joint in a doorway, the door covers the transition when it is closed.
Overwhelmed by the sheer variety of metal transition strips? Aluminum transition strips are popular in commercial buildings for many reasons. You can easily find anodised coated profiles that can be made to look like bronze, brass, chrome, or another more high-end finish, but with the strength, durability, and low cost of aluminum. No matter your project, there is almost certainly an aluminum profile that fits both your budget and aesthetic. Because the anodising is only a coating and not solid, you will be able to see the aluminum underneath if the outer layer is scratched.