T-moulding/Reducers & Concrete sub-floor


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Old 09-08-06, 12:29 PM
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T-moulding/Reducers & Concrete sub-floor

Hi everybody!

I'm done installing my laminate floor. Well, almost. I'm stuck with my transitions. This concrete sub-floor is killing me. How do I get the 'track' to affix to the concrete? For that matter, is that even what its called; the 'track'? I'm referring to the device that the moulding snaps into, keeping it in place.

I've read the archived posts and I can't make sense of it. Some people are talking glue, some people nails, and others are getting into hammer drilling. What's the EASIEST permanent way to get this done? If glue, what kind? If nails, what kind? Etc., etc., etc.

I appreciate all suggestions or comments!
 
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Old 09-08-06, 12:48 PM
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Welcome to the DIY forums IBEJohnson

and...Congrats! Tough and fun huh?

Easiest? Glue...Gorilla glue. At least that's the way I did mine. You may want to check back as the real pros will have something to say.
 
 

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