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End Cap transition molding is used primarily for laminate-to-carpet thresholds. The carpet butts up next to the rounded edge, while the lip covers the end of the laminate. This piece can also be used in front of doorways leading outside, effectively capping-off the floor in front of the door-sill.
All Versatrim moldings feature a moisture resistant MDF core, with an Aluminum Oxide coating, to match not only the beauty but also the durability of your laminate floor! This quality is backed by a Lifetime Residential Warranty.
Disclaimer: We offer coordination, not exact match moldings. All moldings are manufactured to be a close coordination to the floor. In certain lighting and situations it may appear to be a match but due to the process used to create transitions, it is impossible to create a "exact match". All moldings are custom made to order and non-returnable and non-refundable.
Versatrim moldings are protected by a conditional limited warranty for the lifetime of the original purchaser.
The warranty remains valid if the molding is installed properly and maintained according to the manufacturer's installation and maintenance guide. The warranty is only valid for the original end-consumer and is not transferable. To read the detailed warranty information, please follow the links below:
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Unit of measure||pc|
|Custom Stock Status||Drop Ship|
|Molding Style||End Cap|
|Suitable For Floors||Laminate|
|Moldings Length||94 inch|
|Construction||Aluminum Oxide Laminate/MDF Core|
When installing any molding, it is best if you follow the manufacturer's instructions. Reading the material that we have provided below, as well as the manufacturer's instructions, will help you with a successful installation.
Manufacturer Installation Guides:
Additional Installation Information:
Video Installation Guide:
When your project consists of multiple areas or rooms, we recommend drawing the spaces and dividing them into separate areas. Measure each area separately, and add each area into our calculator to get total square footage of your project.