We have moved house and had carpet fitted in the lounge. When they fitted it they had issues getting the screws in the door plate to catch anything, and so put them in on a wonk.
This kind of worked but it didn't sit flush and had five screw edges to catch feet etc on.
They have now tried to fit a z-plate but the floor gap difference is too much and means there is a gap one side, and the door won't shut from the other.
I've had the thought of wood underneath, but think that would rise the carpet too much and still leave a gap.
The other thoughts are drill and screw this into place, or bend and glue it down (if it'll bend).
Anyone have any ideas how to sort this?