What are they?
Carpet bars are a small section of wood which is used to make a clean finish to the flooring to join them together. This is used with a variety of different types which are detailed further down the blog post. They come in all different sizes and colours to be able to match most floor types and styles.
Where can they be used?
Carpet Bars are used to transition between different floors, this is with the use of the Carpet bar to make the finish look clean and well joined.
The Carpet bars also come in different thicknesses to suit your needs and fit the gap you have between your floors
There are many different types of carpet bars which you can use.
These are ideal for hardwood or laminate flooring to a vinyl floor. This is to allow the use of different height on each of the floors
This product is designed to be used when you have fitted a solid, laminate or tiled floor of the same height (from floor to top of flooring) on both sides and the gap is too small for a standard moulding. Although it can be used for anything that has the same height both sides. It can also be used around the edge of your room when you have fitted your floor.
This product is ideal for a carpet to vinyl. One side is 9mm for your carpet and the other slopes down to nothing.
This product is a double rebated moulding, that is perfect for a carpet to carpet, although can be used with any surface if both sides have a thickness of 9mm.
All our Hardwood Carpet bars are made on-site so If you require specific dimensions please call our office and a member of our team will be happy to help you.
You can also check out our range of carpet bars here on the website by clicking this link: https://wittswood.co.uk/quality-hardwood-products/flooring
We have a range of solid oak ledge and brace doors on offer, with a variety of finishes and grades.
We make everything on site in our factory in Lincolnshire so we can adhere to any specific requirements you may have.
Standard door sizes are :-
610mm x 1980mm
685mm x 1980mm
760mm x 1980mm
838mm x 1980mm
We offer the doors in kit form (pieces machined ready to be put together) and also ready assembled.
Our doors are made with care and precision and really do offer a quality finish. Whether you want something authentic and rustic, ideal for a cottage or barn conversion or whether a more modern finish is what you require Wittswood is the place to be.
Have a look at the link here http://wittswood.co.uk/doors
We also offer a range of exterior doors, some framed and some with sills http://wittswood.co.uk/collections
If you associate wooden flooring with a heavily waxed example in a Georgian hallway and that isn’t really your style, put the image aside. One of the amazing things about hardwood is that it’s so versatile when it comes to interior design. With all the different woods and finishes available, there’s a hardwood floor to fit any mood.
A very pale wooden floor often has a more contemporary look than a darker one. The sample below is taken from a floor we made recently for a client who wanted a clean, minimalist look. We used oak and applied a very pale, matte finish.
Matte or unfinished boards can also have a much more contemporary look than a lacquered finish for example. These look particularly good in warehouse and other industrial building conversions. They’re also a great look for a modern kitchen.
Another way to achieve a really contemporary look with hardwood flooring is to use different kinds of wood, or the same wood in different finishes, in the same floor.
Take a look at our full flooring range here: http://www.wittswood.co.uk/flooring