We have closet doors that aren’t on tracks, but just has a middle piece screwed to the ground to keep the doors in place. We plan on pulling up the carpet, which goes into the closet. So, I’m wondering what is the proper way to install the laminate flooring there? Should we stop the flooring just outside the closet door and leave the carpet in place inside the closet? Or are we supposed to screw the middle piece to the top of the laminate? Or what?
Answer by BobBy In NH
They must be on a track at the top or they slide into the walls. Usually, you remove the peice on the floor, lift up on the inside door and swing it into the closet then it should pop out of the track. Repeat for the other side and they go back in, in reverse order.