Transition Boards for Hardwood Floors That Laminate On Cement
Transition boards for hardwood floors – Starting with measure the area where the transition should be placed. Mark the transition board and the metal track at the desired length. Second, cut the transition piece and the metal track. Using a box of cuts and the saw to cut the transition and a hacksaw to cut the metal track. Third, position the metal track on the floor where the passage will installed. Taking care to leave the necessary expansion space between the wooden laminate and the floor.
Although the manufacturer requirements may vary, the typical dilatation space for laminates is 1/4 inch. Mark the line on the background. Fourth, seal the laminated transition boards for hardwood floors where the substrate meets. These by making a 100 percent drop of silicone sealant across the floor and mat. Fifth, perform a drop of cement-grade adhesive construction on the subfloor where the metal track will be located. Sixth, position the metal track on the substrate and press firmly into the construction adhesive.
Making sure that the edge of the track meets the marked expansion line. Allow to cure according to the adhesive manufacturer’s specifications. Seventh, press the passage board down on the metal track. These by inserting the projection on the bottom of the transition into the groove on the metal track. Press on the right side of the transition until places in the groove. Then run the hand along the length of the transition applying pressure to the seat along the length of the transition. Last, set the transition piece and the track in place before starting laying the transition boards for hardwood floors.