Which Door threshold

5 Aug 2013
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United Kingdom
I have just laid wooden flooring in my hallway. The gap between the floor and wall will be covered by scotia beading, however the gap between the floor and door threshold is pretty big. Our house has very wide door thresholds therefore im struggling to find a solution on how to cover the gap? I was thinking a T-bar however it looks a bit odd having a door threshold on another threshold!

The flooring is the same level as the threshold therefore it does create a large bump. Is there a thinner/flatter or more discreet option?

I can post a couple of photos if it explains it a bit better?
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End profiles or square edge profiles are perfect for butting up against a threshold. I prefer Square edges as they are stronger, and fitted into a channel, it holds the floor down giving more stability in the door way (but they are chunkier)

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