It is necessary to adjust the level in the coatings made in the flooring systems in architecture. These flooring differences, that is, material transitions, appear during the application. Therefore, the thickness of the materials comes into play. If wood and ceramic come side by side, their respective thicknesses and the amount of adhesion materials will be required. For example, if wood laminated parquet will be made with adhesive, ceramic will also be adhesive. Laminate flooring thickness and adhesive total thickness will be matched to adjust the ceramic thickness and adhesive level height.
All materials or samples must be in the field for consideration before application. Since these adhesive thicknesses will be different, it will also affect the amount of adhesive. So purchases should be made in these parameters. Generally, 1.4 cm parquet adhesive is made 2-3 mm and ceramics fit this height. Ceramics are generally 8 cm.
Contours should be well defined. The quantity is calculated according to the borders where 2 different slabs will be finished. Adhesive or laying on the parquet, ceramic fits this height and vice versa. As a result, 2 different floor coverings can be brought side by side and the processes can begin without application.