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Outward door laminate threshold

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by Panthro, 2 Oct 2020.

  1. Panthro

    Panthro

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    Hi, looking for advice please.

    I am laminating a small room, normally i would go half way under the door, however the door in this room opens outwards not inwards and it seems to far too go.

    I have added pictures, should i stop the laminate where the underlay finishes in the picture or so i need to go further out ?
     
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    The threshold strip will be under the door?
     
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    Partly but will be visble from the bedroom
     
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    Go into the doorway 5mm
     
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    Thank you Dazlight will do that (y)
     
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    That way it’s prefect for a incizo , wood trim or a Z bar for carpet. But if you were using a ramp metal to stick on the laminate you would go 12mm in
     
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