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Unread 06-08-2021, 05:37 PM   #4
smifwal
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I stack the tackstrip at the transition and then place another row behind it, the pad covers that piece of strip. You want to leave about 1/4 in gap between the tile and the strip that your carpet will tuck to. There are "ramps" that go under the carpet side but most of the time you can get away with the method that I mentioned above. I think I have used the ramps 3 times in the 21 years I have been doing carpet. I have laid a lot of rug, for the first 5 years I bet we laid about a 1000 yards a week
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