If you’ve recently installed new flooring in one or more rooms of your house, you may have seen a gap between it and the walls. Sometimes, the installers leave this gap between the new flooring and the floors of the adjacent rooms.
Don’t be alarmed, because this is fairly normal. In fact, it’s often done intentionally with certain types of flooring to make sure that the area of the new floor (usually some kind of wood) doesn’t exceed the size of the space available. This way, you have a bit of wiggle room during installation.
However, once the flooring is installed, that gap starts to look unappealing the longer you leave it be. Luckily, we have a solution! Beading is a flooring accessory designed to help fill in this unwanted gap. It can also prevent moisture and debris from getting in between the floor and the wall.
You can also use beading in rooms with skirting if you want to install new flooring without tearing out the skirting and replacing it later.
Here is our fine selection of beading options for you to choose from.