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The easiest thing is likely to get a 1.5" long piece of tie wire. Put the tie wire piece into the hole and then hammer the nail back into the hole. The tie wire metal will allow the nail to get a secure hold in the stripped out hole. Your threshold is fastened to the subfloor. Really the only constraint here is the aesthetics of the fastener head in ...


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Firstly, you wouldn't cover the carpet in that scenario. You just use a termination molding with a vertical face against which carpet is tucked. ____________ / _________| |||||||| | | |||||||| |____| Then, if you don't have room for the transition you need, it's fairly painless to shorten a door from the bottom. That shouldn't be ...


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Levelling compound is your pal. Use it to get the whole floor level. whatever else you do will come back to haunt you. Whether the carpet is free standing or stretched wall-to-wall, it needs to be on a flat, level surface, with no dips deeper than 1/8" over a square foot - and that's pushing it. Underlay may give a little leeway, and indeed, is worth ...


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