transition between rooms

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Old 04-23-08, 10:48 AM
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transition between rooms

I am preparing to install a floating engineered wood over ongrade concrete slab. I have several 4ft doorways and 2 ten foot openings. I plan to put "t" moulding in the 4ft doorways, and likely will be changing direction of the boards to match the way the light enters the room. With the 2 large openings...

Is it acceptable to not use a gap and "t" moulding? One opeing has no furniture and used as a walkway between 2 large rooms.
 
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So, I measured these large openings again after looking more closely. One is 12 ft and the other is 6ft. Is it still necessary to put a gap in these doorways?
 
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Every manufacturer is different.

Most say less then a 4 foot opening, must have a T molding.
 
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