Wood, laminate & LVT, floating floors shrink and expand as site conditions (relative humidity and temperature) change through the four season cycle. T-Caps are designed as a finishing detail (for doorways etc.) to cover expansion spaces while allowing floor movement. T-Caps and other overlap transitions are often installed using too much adhesive which bonds the floor covering to the sub-floor preventing this natural movement. This can lead to buckling, squeaking, lifting edges and/or broken locking joints as the floor binds on whatever is blocking it.
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