How is carpet edged to hard flooring?
Our coach has a strip of vinyl flooring running back from the door to the bathroom and covering half the width of the coach. The other half of the flooring plus the slide is carpet. Where the carpet meets the vinyl, it seems to be rolled under itself and does not have a transition strip. The carpet edge is very neat and straight and is not thick, probably due to thin cheap carpet.
How is this roll edge made and how is it fastened to the subfloor? I want to replace the vinyl and a lot of the carpet and create a new edge further forward between the existing carpet and new flooring. Any suggestions on the best way to do a transition that looks professional without special techniques or tools? I am thinking of using a floating interlock floor that looks like grouted tile. We don't want wood.
2017 Coachmen Orion, Ford Transit 3.7L: previous
'09 Pleasure Way Lexor, '05 NRV Dolphin 5342