This easy guide shows how to make cover strips from pine or hardwood timber. This method cuts down on the cost of cover strips especially if you have leftover timber from construction, but even buying a length of 2 x 4 and cutting it down is cheaper than buying strips new. Some old houses will use cover strips to hide the gaps between sheets instead of plaster. Instead of ripping everything out and replacing with plasterboard, it can be more economical to replace any rotting or split strips and repair the sheets with putty.
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In a perfect world, your flooring would be seamless from room to room. Your hardwood would flow continuously from living room to bedroom to kitchen to bathroom. In the real world of remodeled homes, you cannot help but transition from one flooring type to another, because different rooms need different types of flooring. For example, the Brazilian Cherry works great in the living room, but you must transition to porcelain in the bathroom due to moisture issues. Even so, seams are often incorporated between rooms of "like" materials to provide for expansion and contraction. Thus, a transition strip would be needed in these cases.
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