|Cove Vinyl Flooring||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Merlin Porter-Border (merlpberols.com)|
|Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 11:37:08 -0700 (MST)|
Lee Irwin mentioned a method of installing vinyl with the edges curved to run up under cabinets [and up walls]. I have heard it called Cove Molding in Vinyl Flooring, and it is most used in the West. We had it installed in our kitchen here in Maryland some years ago, but only because we found an installer who had learned the method in California (You want to do What!?). A piece of cove (concave) wood molding is nailed or glued at the floor-wall or cabinet junction and the vinyl edge is turned up, curving with the molding. It usually has a vinyl or metal edging at the top of the run (along the wall). The trick is the corner work: an inside corner needs only to be cut properly. An experience installer does it by eye. The outside corner requires an added piece and definitely needs the attention of someone who has experience (or took Mechanical Drawing II). Merlin Porter-Borden Project Manager of Development -- Done! Liberty Village, Maryland Californian who went East & got stuck
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