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DestructionDeb

06:47PM | 08/23/03
Member Since: 08/22/03
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I am getting ready to install laminate florring down. I have a landing with a curved step. I know I cannot use the laminate stair nose molding as it is not flat across.

Any ideas that can be used to cap off the end of the step?

Thanks

Graham Flooring

06:51AM | 08/24/03
wow.. all I can suggest is a vinyl tras. that might look weird tho.. mabey carpetman has a suggestion ..

AWoodFloorSpecialist

10:24AM | 08/24/03
Member Since: 07/24/03
80 lifetime posts
I'm not a big fan of laminate flooring on steps but metal Schlüter might work for your stair treads. Schlüter is designed for ceramic tile but they do have it so that it is flexible.

Franklyn
http://WoodFloorist.com


DestructionDeb

04:28PM | 08/24/03
Member Since: 08/22/03
2 lifetime posts
Thanks for the ideas.

carpetman

04:53PM | 08/24/03
Member Since: 01/26/03
549 lifetime posts
a couple of smaller companys have made curved transitions for laminate,find out who is the big flooring supply house in your area and call them.they are made of rubber or vinyl.

Floorcraft

12:47PM | 08/28/03
Member Since: 08/27/03
255 lifetime posts
Can your step be cut to have a 45 degree angle? then possibly you could use transition strips.
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