CARPET TO TILE TRANSITION STRIP - LAMINATE TO TILE TRANSITION STRIP
SLOPED DOOR THRESHOLD BAR – CARPET BINDER BAR

The sloped laminate - carpet to tile transition cover strip joins the sloped edges of two bordering floors such as tile floor
and wood laminate floor.

The carpet to tile  transition strip masks the breach and the unpleasant look between two different floors - the wood laminate floor and the tile floor for instance - which went at dissimilar heights.

The carpet binder door bar prevents walking accidents due to the level difference between adjoining floors and ensures walking safety.

The adequate tile to carpet transition strip procures a solution to connecting floor complications that may ensue following marble, stone, ceramic tile or wood  floor installations at the doorways because of floor heights that are not the same after floor renovations particularly.

The newly installed tile or wood laminate  floor will become higher than the adjoining flooring.
Therefore installing a sloped tile to carpet transition strip  is a must to achieve a smooth and pleasant  floor transition
at the door threshold.
The grooved upper surface also provides an antislip property to the sloped tile to carpet transition strip.

The sloped carpet to tile transition strip should be installed either with screws, (if provided with predrilled countersink holes) with silicon or adhesive tape.

The sloped tile to carpet transition cover strip in diverse heights and widths is supplied with anodized coatings
in satin matt finish.
 
FINISH COLOR
MF : Mill finish
MA : Anodized matt
MB : Anodized bright
MC : Anodized chemically brightened
BR : Anodized chemically brightened brushed
PC : Powder coated
LENGTH : 2,44 - 2,50 - 2,60 - 2,70 - 3,00 m.
     
carpet to tile transition strip sloped door threshold bar    
carpet binder bar sloped carpet cover strip