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If you are going to use a T transition as picture below, there is nothing you need to do. They make T transitions like the one pictured to meet floors of varying heights. You just play with the strip you get until you are happy. If you want a cleaner transition then you pull up the subfloor top layer, then you build up the subfloor so it slowly goes ...


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4 mm is between 1/4" and 1/8". With a transition I doubt it would be very noticeable. You can add 1/4" (6.35 mm) underlayment under the new laminate and that would reduce the difference to 2.35 mm which is between 1/8" and 1/16". Of course the new laminate would now be the higher one, but the difference in height would be reduce in half


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