Forum Title: Laminate and transition into tiles
Hi, I'm new to this forum and glad I stumbled upon it, there is lots of good information on here. I'm wondering if anyone has advice on what I want to do as part of my renovation project. I've seen some show homes that have no transitions between laminate and tiles. how can this be accomplished? Do they use matching grout color silicon between the tiles and floating laminate or do they glue down the laminate? Unfortunately I don't have a picture of this and some advice would be greatly appreciated. thanks
Category: Flooring Post By: CLARENCE RUSSELL (Baltimore, MD), 02/01/2019

Do NOT install laminate flooring without transitions. That is NOT the correct way to do it. They make them for a reason.

- DEBRA ADAMS (Independence, MO), 05/01/2019

pitabread said: ? Hi, I'm new to this forum and glad I stumbled upon it, there is lots of good information on here. I'm wondering if anyone has advice on what I want to do as part of my renovation project. I've seen some show homes that have no transitions between laminate and tiles. how can this be accomplished? Do they use matching grout color silicon between the tiles and floating laminate or do they glue down the laminate? Unfortunately I don't have a picture of this and some advice would be greatly appreciated. thanksClick to expand... Describe more about the project. Is it a single door opening that might need a transition to the tile? Or a front entry in tile that has 3 exposed sides of tile? Is the laminate area just one small room, or a large room, or multiple rooms?

- GERALDINE FOWLER (Allen, TX), 05/24/2019

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