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Author: Jonathan
Date: 4/15/2008 8:45 pm EDT
There are two options at an Avaire tile to wood floor transition. One would be a butt joint similar to the carpet situation. However, the butt joint may not look as "clean" with wood because with carpet, the "fullness" of the carpet fibers tends to fill the space between the two surfaces.

The other option would be to use a "T" transition that anchors to the subfloor between the wood and the Avaire tile and covers each. In that case, you would not need to run an adhesive bead under the Avaire tile since it would be held tightly down by the transition piece.

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