- 1 Can you glue transition strips to concrete?
- 2 How do you glue down T-molding?
- 3 Can you glue threshold to concrete?
- 4 Do you need t-molding between rooms?
- 5 Can I glue down quarter round?
- 6 How much space do you need for T-molding?
- 7 How do you secure a threshold?
- 8 How do you install a new threshold?
- 9 Can you glue down a threshold?
- 10 Where does the transition go in a doorway?
Can you glue transition strips to concrete?
Can you glue transition strips to concrete? Apply a 1/4-inch-wide line of construction adhesive to the bottom of the transition strip where it will rest on the concrete.
How do you glue down T-molding?
Lay the T – Molding in place to determine proper fit. To attach the T – Molding between a ceramic tile floor and the hardwood floor, apply a 1/4″ bead of construction adhesive to the top edge of the ceramic tile. To attach between two hardwood floors apply the 1/4″ bead to the top edge of of one side of the hardwood only.
Can you glue threshold to concrete?
PL Premium polyurethyne construction adhesive is the best glue on the face of the earth, IMO and will practically weld your wood threshold to the concrete. Squeeze a bead or three under where the thresh will go and smack it down into the glue. Weight it in place overnite and you be fine.
Do you need t-molding between rooms?
Yes, when directed by the manufacturer T – molding transitions and expansion breaks must be used. The reasons manufacturers recommend expansion breaks and doorway transitions in floating floors is three-fold.
Can I glue down quarter round?
Should I use Liquid Nails to glue the 1/4 round down, or is there a better way? A: Quarter – round should be nailed to the base boards only. It is intended to hide gaps between the base and floor. Plus, it absorbs the impact of feet and furniture legs, so you may want to replace it sometime—thus, don’t glue it.
How much space do you need for T-molding?
The standard width of a T-molding strip is 2 inches, and the standard height is 5/ 8 inch. The base of the T-shape can range from 1/ 2 inch to 3/4 inches wide. Leave a 1-inch space on the floor to accommodate the base of the T-molding strip.
How do you secure a threshold?
Use adhesive to secure the threshold. Make sure the adhesive you choose is approved for use with both the threshold material and the floor material. Contact cement creates a strong, durable bond, but it won’t allow you reposition the threshold after you set it and apply pressure.
How do you install a new threshold?
How to Replace a Threshold
- 1 Remove the damaged threshold. If necessary, cut it in two and pry out the pieces.
- 2 Mark and cut the replacement threshold to fit.
- 3 Cut the replacement threshold.
- 4 Brush or sweep the area where the threshold will go.
- 5 Set the new threshold into position and test it for fit.
Can you glue down a threshold?
If the subfloor is concrete, you may need to glue the threshold down. To do this apply a strong adhesive to the edge of the wood flooring, and then place the threshold over the gap between the two sections of floor and push down on the piece to glue down.
Where does the transition go in a doorway?
The transition line looks best when it’s under the closed door or lined up with the front edge. You have to trim the tongues and grooves off the boards in the doorway, so it’s best to hide the joint with a transition strip called a T-strip.