If that is the normal lab range given--
--than what you have there qualifies as a positive transglutaminase IgA test.
As the transglutaminase IgA is the least sensitive but the most specific serologic marker in a celiac panel--and is the test most closely correlated with villous damage due to antibody activity in the small intestine--this strongly suggest you have celiac.
You could confirm with an endoscopy with small intestinal sampling--although you'd want to make sure if that was done that a goodly number of samples were taken at various sites, as the damage from celiac, especially early, can be patchy and not easy to find. But a gluten free diet would certainly be in order; it couldn't hurt you and it might well help you. (I imagine you only had these tests done do to some sort of symptomology.)