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PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 4:39 pm 
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Any ideas what would be best to do with this? The lads didn't fit the laminate evenly (they thought they were going to lay silver track as edging!)
I didn't want that. Should I put a laminate reducer there but can't see the right colour. Picked one up in screwfiz..was glaringly the wrong colour.
Or put a wooden window sill bull nosed so it lips over and hides the poor edge?


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Pics ? are you just talking the threshold from one room to another ? Who are "the lads" ?

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I've tried to post pics but wouldn't let me from my mobile. The lads arethe fitters. They have a business but only use these silver tracks...horrible. I had the flooring all through downstairs and it only at the back of the house, the gap is obvious. Really disappointed. Googled it and there are laminate reducers. That seems like the best solution to run across the uneven level.


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so it is just the threshold. I'd expect to see a larger expansion gap TBH at least 10 mm... which would allow several different solutions

http://www.wickes.co.uk/Products/Floori ... /c/1000907

As just one example of a retailer.

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