How to Combine Wood & Ceramic Flooring For In-Home Decor

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Combining wood and ceramic flooring for in-home decor can be challenging but very rewarding when done correctly. One of the best ways to do this is by using what is called "T molding" between the two floors. Learn more about how to combine wood and ceramic flooring for in house decor with tips from a foreman and professional contractor in this free video.

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Hello, everyone. I'm Joshua Clement, and today I'm going to talk to you about how to combine wood and ceramic flooring for your home decor. You're going to want to put something down there that flows with the room and that looks nice too. For this job we'll be using a drill with a Phillips tip bit, some T molding and screws. The best way to butt up two separate floors whether it be wood to wood or wood to tile is with T molding. T molding sits in between the two floors and creates a nice flat surface that joins them together. It connects down into this channel here which you screw into the subfloor and it's just pressure fit in there. So you'll take that channel and put it in between your two floors. We'll take the screws, put it into the pre-drilled holes and screw it down. And we'll do it all across the channel. After your channel is down, you'll take your T molding, place it on top of the channel and knock it down. It's important to get something that goes with both floors, that way it's not an eyesore. You also want to get something that is low profile that way people aren't stubbing their toes or tripping over it. Thank you all for watching and good luck with this project.


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