T-molding: Ensure that the height of the trim is the correct height for your flooring.
Flush reducer: Remember to pre-drill; attach by applying adhesive to the front edge of the molding.
Overlap reducer: Allow the floating floor to expand and contract by not attaching the reducer directly to the floating floor.
Bi-level reducer: Wait at least 24 hours for adhesive to dry—and use a weight to apply pressure.
Threshold: Measure the amount of space between the door and floor to determine the maximum thickness of the threshold. Otherwise, you may have to alter your door.
End cap: Be exact when marking your cut line based on your doorway’s dimensions.
Quarter round: Lightly mark your cut line to pinpoint in which direction you’ll be cutting.
Shoe molding: Use a manual saw instead of an electric or miter saw for a more accurate cut.
Overlap stair nose: If nailing, remember not to obstruct your flooring’s required expansion space.
For other installation tips, check out DIY Network and Today’s Homeowner.