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Ramps are a functional and smart solution to transition from one floorcovering to another, when both are at a different level or height to each other. A door threshold ramp will smoothly join the two, avoiding a trip hazard and covering up any ugly, cut edges.
Where to use ramps in the home
When having a new floorcovering fitted, you may find that the end result is higher than the original one. This is often the case where a tiled floor has been put down on a screed base in a bathroom or kitchen or sometimes even installed on top of the old tiled floor. Inevitably, this leaves a step where the new tiled floor meets the adjacent room, such as hall or landing, or floorcovering.
Such steps can be a trip hazard and typically look ugly, exposing the edge of the cut floor tiles, which can easily crumble and chip over time. this is where door ramps can be a perfect option to not only solve the problem but enhance the look and finish of your new flooring.
Styles of ramps
We offer a choice of ramps for different situations. All are self-adhesive, which makes them easy to fit. When joining hard floorcoverings such as porcelain tiles, laminate or wood, you will first need to measure the height difference between the two floors and then choose from the Premier Two-Way Ramp (for height differences of 2-9mm) or the Premier Ramps (for height differences from 10-20mm).
If you are joining carpets then the Easyshims are a handy way to raise the level of your floor so both are even with each other; they simply slip under the carpet around the doorway. Alternatively, the Compression Ramp provides a 5mm ramp height.
Multi purpose door thresholds
The Premier Posh and the Premier Cover Door Plate are an alternative option for when the difference between the two finished floor levels is 6mm or less. These door plates can be fitted at an angle and so create a gentle ramp from one room to another.