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    Re: floating floor doorways

    I'm pleased to report that I completed my installation of the floors. Thanks again for your suggestions.

    http://matthewcoolidge.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/img_2850.jpg

    I also wrote up a...
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    Re: floating floor doorways

    I suspect the MFR checked this forum before replying to me and said, "hey that's brilliant!" :D
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    Re: floating floor doorways

    Thanks again for your suggestions.

    I want to be sure the planks engage all 3 of the t/g edges with the 4th edge either under the door molding or under the t-track.

    Your earlier suggestion to...
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    Re: floating floor doorways

    So, if I understand you correctly, you are suggesting that I do this in three pieces, not just one?

    If so, don't I run the risk of those pieces flexing independently since they won't have a...
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    Re: floating floor doorways

    Here is an example of the situation I'm trying to resolve:
    http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y192/mc79/House/IMG_2244.jpg

    I'd like to have the T-joint nose up against the marble block in the...
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    Re: floating floor doorways

    That's a really good idea, I like that.

    Sorry, I wasn't clear on this. On the other side of these hallway doors are either rugs, tile, or stairs (down).

    In any case, I'd like the new...
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    Re: floating floor doorways

    Indeed, getting the panels together requires not only a knock block, but fitting them at an angle of about 5degrees, then several good whacks with a hammer and a block.

    However, without that...
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    floating floor doorways

    I'm in the process of installing a laminate flooring product with a click-and-lock style joint on all four sides, and I've run into some difficulties installing in my doorways. I'm trying to install...
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