Okay πŸ™ˆ I\’ve gutted my kitchen. . .many

DWQA QuestionsOkay πŸ™ˆ I\’ve gutted my kitchen. . .many

Okay πŸ™ˆ I’ve gutted my kitchen. . .many reasons. What is my next step ? I’m stuck. I need to finish the demo and get the look the last photo has… any tips and advice and opinions and options all welcomed.. Ive been doing this on my own. I have so many questions.. I really want options on flooring. And do they go under the cabinet or around ? And the floor I removed the ceramic tiles. Do I need to put a concrete leveler or anything? I’m debating LVP or ceramic floors.

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4 Answers
answered 6 days ago

Wow! That’s a big job to do yourself, but looks like you are making good progress. Cabinets are usually set before the flooring is installed. Paint and flooring are usually the last thing. You will need to scrape or sand your floors really well before installing new. We have LVP and love it, but they prepped our floors really good and cleaned them before the install.

answered 6 days ago

Before you move forward scrape the ceilings. If you’re doing lvp you’re going to need some pretty smooth slab. I’d put back a nice tile. We are getting ready to put down a 24”x48” porcelain in our sunroom.

answered 5 days ago

LVP is much cheaper than tile but isnt as durable. If you go with LVP make sure you use a vapor barrier on top of concrete. If youre in Florida and need a professional to help you out then Im here to help lol

answered 5 days ago

Flooring would just be cut to fit around the cabinets. If replacing the cabinets and doing tile then you can tile under the new cabinets. If you go with LVP I would still install the new cabinets first and still cut around them. You dont want cabinets sitting on top of the LVP. The framing part is fairly easy. My guys could probably finish that whole job in a week or less depending on the flooring