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I just had hardwood floors installed in my office and I need to install a threshold to cover where the hallway carpet and hardwood join. The challenge is, the clearance is only 1/2” under the door (a little more toward the outer edges of the door.) It’s a metal door so trimming the door isn’t an option. I’d like something that looks professional, not a protective tape etc. What are my options? THANKS!

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  • That's a "transition", not a threshold. – isherwood Mar 30 at 17:58
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    It's a bit odd that your flooring installer didn't deal with this. It's normally part of the job. – isherwood Mar 30 at 18:05
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You wouldn't cover the carpet in that scenario. You just use a termination molding with a vertical face against which carpet is tucked. Typically the top flange on these isn't more than 1/4" thick.

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