We refinished the hardwood floor and laid tile in the adjacent dining room and kitchen. However, we had to use durarock under the tile which made the tile flooring about 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch higher than the hardwood flooring. Regular transition pieces just don't work as they are for 1/4 inch differences. Any suggestions how to make it work and a smooth transition?
You can use 1/4-round. You might have to trim one of the flat sides to get it precisely the right height.
have a qualified for mechanic come over to assess the situation a custom reducer may have to be fabricated. THat would look the best and be the best functioning way to go..
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