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Old 06-03-2007, 03:23 PM   #1
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Aluminum coving strip

I'm putting down cork tiles over the old 9x9 vinyl and I have removed the aluminum cove strip (1/2 x 1/2 approx) in several areas around cabinetry. Does anyone know where I can get new to replace and add to this? I'd rather not use 1/4 round wood if I can avoid it.
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You might look into aluminum trim "angle iron" comes in a variety of lengths and thicknesses. Available at large home imorivement stores or metal suppliers
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You can get lots of trim from Brunner Enterprises.
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You can get lots of trim from Brunner Enterprises.
That's it! I'll contact them! Thanks so much!!
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Contacted Brunner via phone, since I need material cut to fit UPS. Left a message on their voicemail (during their business hours????). Didn't hear back, so I emailed. Didn't hear back, so I called again, and got someone. She helped me, tallied my order, and dispatched it that day. So, after a week, and couple of frustrations, I'm now back on the project.
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I kinda think they're a family operation, so having the phones manned full time may be a problem.

They work hard to resolve problems though. My edge trim got bent by UPS, and they took care of the claim and re-imbursement. Sent me a check.
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