When it comes to renovating a kitchen, one of the most important decisions to make is whether to install the cabinets or the flooring first. In most cases, taking into account the standard floor heights, it is recommended to install the cabinets before the floor covering. This is because it is easier to bring everything to standard heights and it is a safer installation process for your cabinets. It also ensures that the material around cabinets and other kitchen appliances is not manipulated and avoids stiffness.
Placing the wooden floor first provides a very fresh and tidy perspective and eliminates any possibility of stains that may appear in the installation process. It is also very safe and eliminates any possibility of stains that may appear in the installation process. What's more, it is relatively easy to change the cabinets when you first install the floor. When installing a floating floor, such as cork or laminate, it must be installed after installing the kitchen cabinets.
This is because floating floors cannot be installed under cabinets due to their weight. In addition, placing the floor under the base cabinets offers a clean look and avoids having to install quarters of rounds in the cabinets. Finally, some people worry that if you install the cabinets first, it will be more difficult to change them in the future. However, this eliminates the risk of staining the cabinets and also gives you one last chance to fix any minor problems that occurred during the kitchen remodel or the installation of the appliance.