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Easy ways to make flooring transitions same level


I am putting down Durock, infloor heat, thinset, and a 3/8" marble tile onto an existing subfloor in my kitchen. I am installing 3/4" solid hardwood throughout the rest of the home, but how would I make these two surfaces level?

After calculating the distances I will be "off" I am assuming that I will be 1/4" to 3/8" above the 3/4" level of the hardwood flooring?

Any ideas that I can research on the net?

Thanks for any help.

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