Floor tile

Should the cabinet go in before the tile
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On 05/01/2017 21:44, Veteran53 wrote:

Normally no.
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Whichever you expect to last longest should go in first.
Good tiles will probably last longer than cabinets. OTOH, tiling wall-to-wall before fitting will cost more, but you can then change the kitchen later without finding areas of missing tiles.
If you tile afterwards, you also need to allow for the tile and adhesive depth when adjusting the height of worktops, or you may find you can't get a washing machine under the worktop when you've tiled back into the recess.
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