Re: stopping/trimming laminate flooring at raised/stepdown
While this is true, not many of them bend relatively sharp radii, which if I'm reading the OP correctly is the problem. Also, being a step, it would concern me that any bent molding could hold up to the abuse that a stair nosing takes.
Originally Posted by jkirk
A thought that comes to mind is to have a custom woodworking shop OR a stair company make a custom molding for the step. If you're going to go to the expense and effort of having a custom molding made, I'd consider having two or more pieces made so that if/when one breaks you've got a back up. A stair company could also give you advice as to the better method of doing the nosing for maximum strength and durability. Just a thought.
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