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Cover strips flat

Transition rails

Transition mouldings are an indispensable element in interiors. Not only do wooden skirting boards provide a safe transition, they also give the space a finished look and help protect the edges of the floors from damage. Wooden transition mouldings are a popular choice for their natural beauty and the flat profile of the moulding ensures safety when walking.

Transition mouldings and their features

Transition strips are available in a variety of materials, including wood, metal and plastic. Wooden transition strips are popular for their natural look. They have a flat profile which makes the transition easier and minimises the risk of accidents. A cover flat moulding is one type of transition moulding that is designed to cover the joint between two floors, providing an aesthetically pleasing room appearance.
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Cover flat mouldings

Covering flat mouldings are an indispensable element for perfect finishing and covering of joints in interiors, especially where wood panelling dominates. Their elegant profile and quality material add aesthetic value while protecting the edges of the tiles from damage.

Flat cover strips and their applications

  • The finishing touch to wooden decking,
  • Lining floors and aligning transitions.

Flat cover strips are popular not only for their dimensional stability but also for their appearance. The cover strips are made from the first slat from the bark of the tree and have a natural appearance without major knots. Spruce and lime mouldings are easy to paint due to their lightness. We recommend that the mouldings are impregnated or painted with a quality Xyladecor paint before installation. The installation itself is simple - just nail the moulding to the cladding boards with blacksmith's nails or small screws.