tresholds between rooms

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Old 08-30-02, 08:43 PM
mik_mik
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Wink tresholds between rooms

One more question, may be more then one?.

I am getting ready to install the floor (floating it).
Three areas are adjacent to each other; Fam. room., hallway and the office.
I am going to start from the office into the hallway and then family room.
Do I need to install T-Molding/Threshold at least between the office and the hallway?
I am just having a hard time imagining how the whole thing is going to
'move around' if everything is glued together?..

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Old 08-31-02, 05:25 AM
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Undercut ALL the doorjambs and the baseboards back 2" from the doorjamb trim. This will let you slide the laminate under the doorjambs for a clean fit, while still allowing the expansion needed. Then allow your specified expansion around the perimeter, and cover with 1/4 round, making sure the nails used to install the 1/4 round doesn't lock the laminate in, thus nowhere for expansion to happen. All fixed objects need trim or need to be undercut to allow expansion.
 
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Old 08-31-02, 02:42 PM
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thanks

Thanks a lot!

Sounds like it's going to work.
 
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