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Colours Brown Oak effect Floor threshold 90 cm

£11.14
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Product Details

Product Information

  • Suitable for joining two floors of the same level from 5-18 mm in height, or where the difference in height between floorcoverings is up to 14mm. the height of the flooring is up to 24mm
  • Includes self adhesive base, small medium & large fitting clips
  • Suitable for use with underfloor heating
  • 1 year Guarantee

Features and Benefits

  • No drilling required
  • Easy to fit
  • Maximum height of the higher floor covering is 24mm
  • Self adhesive, no drilling required for installation

Technical Specifications

FinishOak effect
Colour descriptionBrown
MaterialPlastic
Length (cm)90cm
Width (cm)3.8cm
Thickness (mm)14mm
For use onSolid, laminate, engineered & multi layer flooring
Pack quantity1
Product code5397007034806

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3.33 / 5(3 reviews)

used alot of these

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hebrideanfire - 2 years ago

Used this product in all my doorways, installation gets easier as you go along! It's very easy to cut to size with a hacksaw and also comes in longer lengths which was useful over a double door threshold. When fitting the sticky base strip to the floor it's a good idea to secure each end with a couple of small screws as the strip is not secure if you have to lift cover strip off or your foot catches the threshold after it's put in place. Also after base strip has been secured to floor, place the red, blue or white (best to try smaller ones first as you won't have to take them out if you need to change them) connectors into the base strip tapping in securely with a mallet or (gently!!)with a hammer - you'll need about 5 placed evenly along the length of the strip (avoid placing where screws are securing strip to floor). Then place top cover strip over the connectors, lining them up with the channel on top cover strip, secure by hammering carefully with a mallet or very gently with a hammer, this worked well for me, all look good so far ! If you find you have to take off top cover strip to change connectors you'll be glad you used screws in base strip !

looks good but...

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rcho - 5 years ago

it does look good after fitting, but the person we asked to fit said it's not a easy things to fit and it actually unstable after fitting..have to put sealant or other stabliser underneath it to help it..and it's quite an expensive purchase..

Looks Great; Fiddly Installation

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MrsEIE - 5 years ago

When in place, this looks perfect for dividing a room of slate with a hall of parquet. However, the place,ent itself involved a lot of swearing and eventually some Unibond.

The strip is mounted atop a thin length of MDF to make a T shaped cross-section, and the bottom has a strip of rubber (makes an I, if you have a different font, that is!) for 'easy' insertion and grip. Unfortunately, this rubber strip doesn't always slot nicely underneath the edges of the flooring you're separating, so it has an irritating tendancy to fire itself back up out of the gap.

You may be luckier than us, but be prepared to enlist someone with tiny fingers or to break out the hairpins. When you've got the majority of the strip hooked under, use a little unibond to hold it down and then bribe a willing friend or relative to stand on the strip while it sets.

The result is fantastic but I feel it could be simpler to get there...