Originally Posted by Ernie Ekberg
In a home, laminate is relatively easy to install as a fella has plenty of room to move around. And with square corners, molding is acceptable for a good looking job. I have seen jobs in rvs with rounded corners and quarter round trying to be installed and with copious amounts of caulk- YUK
I wonder if in this case using commercial type vinyl roll baseboard in say a neutral beige color would have looked better? I know in a house installing the ceramic under the cabinets tends to be looked at as the proper method. In an RV i'm assuming that butting the cabinet would be the proper method? I think Ernie here hit the nail on the head for the difference between a "pro" and a handy person. Attention to detail. the middle of a floor is always easy, as is a large rectangular room. It's all the finishing details that make or break an installation. Using not just proper finishing but also proper transitions if you go between 2 different types of flooring. I've seen a job where someone used duct tape between the tile and carpet. Can you say beautiful?