please ignore the mess we've just had storms in NSW and goen through some renovations. Step 2 Apply a 1/4-inch-wide line of construction adhesive to the bottom of the transition strip where it will rest on the concrete. Worked perfectly. You need to plan for it by leaving a … For example, a dining room might have wood flooring while the adjacent kitchen may have tile flooring. You attach the transition strip with glue, nails or a special track that you screw to the subfloor. i currently have a rubber strip installed on my garage floor to help seal out any water and other debris. The most common use of T-molding is to transition from one type of flooring material to another. I cleaned the concrete, spread the glue using my caulking gun, and then weighted the tack strips down with free weights for 24 hours. the garage door comes down and sits on this strip. I will mill oak in my shop as my transition strips, but would prefer to GLUE, rather than screw to anchors in the concrete. the problem i'm having is what to use to stick it to concrete. Mark the floor where the transition strip is to be located, taking care to allow for any required expansion space as specified by the flooring manufacturer. Anyone have any suggestions? If both floors are not at equal height, a strip of T-molding not only covers the seam between floors, but also bridges the gap in … Then I found this. I purchased new tack strips and removed the nails. I am considering EPOXY as my glue, but would consider other … Now the transition is nice and clean and looks professional. I just installed Laminate flooring on concrete, and want to make my own transition strips.