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Bamboo mouldings and accessories explained

Bamboo flooring is growing increasingly popular with home-owners, property developers and owners of commercial venues.  Bamboo mouldings and accessories can help to add the finishing touches to any bamboo floor.  Below are examples of bamboo mouldings and accessories that are available:

Bamboo Skirting
Skirting is used to conceal the expansion gap which has been left in between the bamboo floor and the wall.

M1079 natural-strand-woven-bamboo-bona-skiritng-small Bamboo Skirting

Bamboo Beading
Beading, which is sometimes referred to as ‘quarter round’ or ‘scotia’, is used to conceal the expansion gap that has been left between the bamboo floor and the existing skirting board.

carbonised-bamboo-quarter-round-quadrant-beading-small-350-sq-web Bamboo Beading

Bamboo Flush Reducer
A flush reducer is a ramp which assists with reducing the bamboo floor down to a lower level of flooring, for example: tiles or vinyl.

Bamboo Flush Reducer Bamboo Flush Reducer

Bamboo Pipe Cover
A pipe cover is designed to surround the base and cover the hole where pipework from radiators and other household pipes may meet your bamboo flooring.

Pipe Cover Bamboo Pipe Cover

Bamboo Stair Nosing
Stair nosing is designed specifically for installing bamboo flooring on a stair case.  It covers a 90 degree angle of stair tread, and then bamboo flooring planks are used to cover the rest of the stair.

Bamboo Stair Nosing Bamboo Stair Nosing

Bamboo T-Moulding
A T-moulding, which is sometimes referred to a threshold, is used to conceal the join between two floors of the same height, for example: doorways.

Carbonised_Vertical_Bamboo_T_Moulding Bamboo T Moulding

Bamboo Threshold
A threshold is designed to be used when installing next to carpet edges.

Threshold Bamboo Threshold