These beautiful finishing touches will give a professional look to a newly installed floor, and bring your home to life. 

Many types of flooring, particularly those made from natural materials like wood and stone, can be affected by changes in temperature and humidity, which can cause them to expand or contract. To accommodate this movement and prevent damage to the flooring, it's often necessary to leave expansion gaps around the perimeter of the room or between different sections of the flooring.

Edging trims and beading can be used with many types of flooring, including solid wood, engineered wood, and LVT. The specific process may vary depending on the type of flooring and the type of trims or beading being used. A flooring expert will have the experience and tools necessary to perform this task with precision and ensure a high-quality finish.

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We will carry out your edging trims through these steps:

 Measure and cut

The first step is to measure the length of the perimeter of the room where the flooring will be installed. The flooring expert will then cut the edging trims or beading to the appropriate length.


 Install the trims

The trims or beading are then attached to the edges of the flooring using adhesive or nails. The flooring expert will ensure that the trims are level and straight.



Once the gaps are filled, the flooring expert will apply a finish to the trims or beading to match the finish of the flooring. This could involve staining or painting the trims to match the colour of the flooring or applying a clear finish to enhance the natural beauty of the wood.