transition strip question

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Old 02-24-08, 05:43 PM
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transition strip question

Well we got our floor flat and solid and have the floating floor laid (and it looks and feels great, thanks to all) but we have a question with transition strips. We have a very wide transition from tile to the flooring. The floors are the same height so we are just using T-strips. Since one strip will not cover this do we use a blunt cut or slightly bevel the cut, like 30 degrees?
 
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Old 02-26-08, 05:24 AM
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sorry, correction

Sorry, I just re-read this and should clarify the transition is long (16 feet) the width of the transition is correct allowing for expansion but we dont know wether to use a blunt cut or bevel when seaming two pieces of T-strip together. I know the bevel will hide better but given that we are glueing the T-strip in place we dont want any lift of the leading edge on the bevel. the manufacturer has no instructions for this.
 
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