I just used some of the Sika poly adhesive from Home Depot first time I have used it. If your threshold is showing its age, take the time to replace it to ensure that your entry door continues to function as intended. Mark the location for mounting holes if the new aluminum threshold is not predrilled. His hobbies include horses, motorcycles, road racing and sport fishing. Thanks Doug Re: Securing aluminum thresholds in concrete.
Is the slab flat on grade? She sounds like an A-type. I don't understand your second question. When their lips are moving. Doorway is 900mm wide steel frame with terrazzo on one side and a click lock oak floor on the other. Stone to be lightly tapered at wooden floor side. I'm concerned about the Loctite being strong enough over time to hold the transition in place.
This job can be done with a hacksaw. There must be a barrier that forces water away from the opening. I've used a grinder and a straight edge to even out the terrazzo edge and leveled the concrete as best I can with vinyl cement. A threshold is a strip across the bottom of a door opening that seals it when the door is closed, so cold or hot air does not seep in under the door. The only other information you will need is the width of your door.
Thresholds, however, can be a problem when the rot extends beneath them. A worn threshold can detract from the look of your entry door. I am in the process of replacing the front door on my house, and I've run into an interesting issue. Lay the new threshold in place and use a nail or pencil to mark the wood plate under the threshold for mounting screws. It's best to start replacement work early in the day, so there's time to fix any problems that come to light after the old threshold is out.
Chances are, though, there will be some modification needed to fit it under the frame. I'm not sure if I should bust out the concrete, or take out the new threshold and try to fit it in the existing holes the poured around the jams. Allow the sealant to dry before stepping on the threshold. As for the question of using epoxy in conjunction with the Tapcon: yes that will increase the holding strength considerably. After cleaning the concrete, I used Liquid Nails adhesive on the wood and around the perimeter of the threshold. Once the threshold is completely removed, you will know whether or not you have a more severe rot problem.
I'm concerned about the Loctite being strong enough over time to hold the transition in place. They all came out with no difficulty and a good amount of torque. It is best, as in the photo, if the pan can lip over the edge of the slab. While the threshold is in place, pre-drill any fastener holes in the sill. Using a steel putty knife, smooth the caulking to a uniform appearance that blends with the adjacent surface of the threshold. We are going to make a leap of faith and time and assume that you have properly cut and test fit your replacement threshold.
After it is removed, fill holes as needed to make the surface is as smooth as possible. Old, dry door frames can split severely if you were to try to force the threshold out. I just replaced a threshold on concrete a couple of weeks ago. It's screwed upward into the jamb sides and may have extrusion fins that engage slots in the jamb. This hid the adhesive on the edge, and provided some leak protection. About the Author Michael Straessle has written professionally about the construction industry since 1988. That threshold is part of the entire door system.
This allows for floor tile to slip under the raised edge and alleviates the need for grout up against the face of the threshold. Trim off any excess aluminum with a hacksaw and clean up and smooth the cut edge with a file. This method allows for the door and frame to be installed after the lath and stucco have been installed, which prevents a lot of damage to the frame during these operations. Someone once told me that over 50% of concrete repairs fail again within two years. Trying to pry them out may cause unnecessary and even severe damage to the door frame. Caulk will take care of air infiltration, but is iffy to keep water out. Watch this video to find out more.