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Schulter advise?

Posted by hedgehoggy (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 10, 12 at 14:52

Just when I thought that the hard work of choosing flooring for our new house was over, I have to make another decision. We are building on a slab and the tile and ditra will meet the berber carpet and underpad. The flooring salesperson is asking me if I would like to use the Schluter Schiene or the Schluter-RENO-TK where these two meet. I'm not sure what to use. I like how the Schiene is less noticeable but it sounds like the reno-tk may prevent the carpet from lifting or fraying a bit more??
If anyone has any advice or pictures to share, it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!


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RE: Schulter advise?

Did you go on the schluter website?... sounds like shluter schiene is what you need its just a transition break between carpet and tile unless you get a carpet guy to tuck the carpet under were it meets tile.


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