Why it happens: The baseboard or shoe molding probably wasn’t removed before adding the new floor, making it impossible to not have a gap, even if it’s just a tiny one.
How the pros do it: Always remove any molding. Install new flooring so that it gets as close to your walls or cabinetry as recommended by the manufacturer. Then install a baseboard or shoe molding to cover the wall and floor’s meeting place.
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