Aluminum Edge Trim – Giving Your Work That Edge
If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. This well-known saying has stood the test of time because it is true. Taking the time to do something properly, and paying attention to detail is very often the difference between doing a good job, and doing a great job.
This is why using aluminum edge trim to finish off a kitchen or bathroom counter, for example, makes such a huge difference.
Aluminum edge trim can be customized to give you the exact look you want. From a retro 50’s diner style or something more modern and contemporary, edge trim is very versatile.
In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, edge trim made of aluminum provides a practical function as well. Aluminum edge trim protects the edges of counter tops, tables, bars & shelves. Edge trim covers the edges and corners to give a neat, high-end finish.
Anodized aluminum edge trim is also perfect for providing protection to flooring in high traffic areas that are exposed to a high risk of damage, such as thresholds, or at any place where there is a transition from tile to carpet, carpet to wood, concrete resin to tile etc. It can also be used to excellent effect at expansion joints, or simply as a decorative edging for stairs and podiums.
Edge trim is also ideal to use as a skirting board to finish a flooring stripe, giving an elegant joint between the floor and the wall. All of Eagle Aluminum’s edge trim has countersunk holes so that the profiles can either be glue or screwed to the floor or wall.
Choosing the Right Trim
Eagle Mouldings offers many designs of edge trims. Our most popular are the fluted face and bar nosing’s which come in many finishes such as satin, bronze and brite dipped which has a chrome look. Aluminum edge trims are also offered in a grooved or plain faced versions. These trims are most commonly used for kitchen counters, tables and commercial applications in restraunt furniture.
Attaching Eagle Mouldings Edge Trims
Edge trims can be attached several ways, all offering a different finished look. Our edge trims and nosing’s are attached by either gluing, screwing or cutting a groove into the edge of the surface being mounted. The good news is, whichever way you decide is the best, you’ll be pleased with the look, quality and ease of use our aluminum edge trims products.