Forum Title: carpet/tile transition
I have a difficult carpet/tile transition over a concrete slab. The client is asking for metal trim to hold and cover the edge of stretched wall-to-wall carpet while also covering the carpet above the pins to prevent bare feet from contacting the pins. Anybody know what will do this? I could possibly use an expensive 2-piece system such as Schluter Reno-V or Blanke 423-980-125 with tackless strip underneath, but are there any other alternatives? The exposed portion must be metal for noncombustibility requirement.
Category: Carpet Post By: SONIA FITZGERALD (Napa, CA), 01/21/2019

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- RUSSELL CRUZ (Yorba Linda, CA), 03/10/2019

Home, Commercial, straight not curved. What length? Is tile in already, schluter is usually installed under tile, just wondering. Clampdown metal you usually will not feel the low pins and the clamp will secure carpet edge. Then you would just cover the clamp area with another metal dressing

- LEAH BARBER (Burnsville, MN), 05/01/2019

Mike Antonetti said: ? Home, Commercial, straight not curved. What length? Is tile in already, schluter is usually installed under tile, just wondering. Clampdown metal you usually will not feel the low pins and the clamp will secure carpet edge. Then you would just cover the clamp area with another metal dressingClick to expand... Home, but willing to use commercial products if necessary. Straight. It's a wood stove hearth that's approximately 3' x 3'. Tile is not in yet. You will usually not feel the low pins is not good enough. The pins MUST be covered.

- DEBRA ADAMS (Taylor, MI), 04/17/2019

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