Laminate T-molding installation


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Old 04-01-06, 05:19 PM
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Laminate T-molding installation

I'm installing some Pergo Select in my master bedroom. I've just reached my bathroom doorway and I'm planning for the t-molding. I have the 4-in-one molding from Pergo, but there are absolutley no instructions on the proper installation of the transition moldings.

How much gap should I leave between the end of the laminate and the tile in the bathroom. How is the T-molding attached and kept in place? If the flooring is not exactly level with the tile, should I use a reducer instead?

I've read that you should use transition molding between rooms and doorways. I have a small walk-in closet off the entry to the room at 1 step higher than the room itself. Is it necessary to use transition molding in the closet doorway? I tried to represent the layout below

--------!---\
closet........... doorway
--------!-----\
! --------step-------------
!
!
!-------room

Thanks,

Robert
 
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Old 04-01-06, 05:49 PM
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Got to love it when you answer your own questions....

http://www.pergo.com/images/pdfs/Install_Essentials.pdf
 
 

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