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Laminate Flooring - Doorway Piece

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    Hi all,

    I've been laying laminate floor in two rooms and I have to 'join' up to some old laminate, in a doorway. Now, I am after a 'T' piece where the base and top are separate - the base being screwed/glued to the floor and the top pushed on after the floor is all in. I have looked in loads of flooring shops and Bunnings (Noarlunga) and not found any. Does anyone know where I can get one?

     

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    Cooler

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    if its the plastic / rubber strip on the top and metal Chanel on the bottom you are after they do sell it in bunnings the top part is on a roll and you get them to cut off what you need its beside all the carpet trim etc.The metal chanel is standing up.

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    if its the plastic / rubber strip on the top and metal Chanel on the bottom you are after they do sell it in bunnings the top part is on a roll and you get them to cut off what you need its beside all the carpet trim etc.The metal chanel is standing up.

     

    Thanks for the reply, I was hoping for metal on top. But, if I don't find any, then that may have to do.

     

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    Cooler

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    I have not seen metal type here. but have seen ones that you lay first and slide the flooring into,

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    You can get them from premium floors on williams street in beverley, they dont usualy deal with the public but if you go in tell them I have sent you (my name is Martin Roantree)

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    Thanks guys, got some time off coming so will sort it then.

     

    One other quick question, have any of you ever put a heavy piano on laminate. Everyone reckons it will be fine but I am thinking of cutting a board to put underneath to spread the load.

     

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    Cooler

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    Be fine if it's good laminate, most will bear the load tho

     

    Ah, good. If it will cope with it, then it should be ok when my MIL comes at Christmas :)

     

    Cheers,

    Cooler

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