If you don’t use the same floor covering in every room of your home, there will surely be spaces where transitions must be made from one material to another. These flooring transitions are easy to handle once we know which two materials you are transitioning between, and we will tell you more about that in today's post.
All rooms don’t have to have the same flooring
Wall-to-wall floor coverings are certainly a possibility, but sometimes, you need different types of flooring in specific rooms to cater to your needs in each area. For instance, carpet might best serve one room, while the adjoining space requires hard surface flooring.
Transitioning between the two is as easy as choosing suitable transition strips. These can be made of bronze, stainless steel, aluminum, and more, offering the perfect complement to any décor and need.
Various transition strips are available, including carpet to ceramic, tile to laminate, vinyl to tile, strips used between wood floors or hard surface flooring, and the 4-in-1 transition strip. If you have chosen your specific flooring materials, we’ll be happy to help you find the perfect transition between the two.
Finding the perfect flooring company is easier than you think
Trotter Brothers Flooring is a flooring store in Greensboro, NC, that caters to your specific flooring need of any size, with materials, services, and the attention to personal details you deserve. Our flooring company provides everything you need for the successful results of any size flooring project, so be sure to consider speaking to us about your requirements.
From our showroom in Greensboro, NC, we proudly serve Greensboro, Summerfield, High Point, Pleasant Garden, McLeansville, Winston-Salem, Oak Ridge, Burlington, Stokesdale, and Kernersville, NC. When you're ready to start your project, be sure to stop by our flooring company today.