For the stairs, we plan on doing white wood planks for the risers, with the lvp on the tread surface, just fyi. I watched your floor video and looks good.
Another question, around the bathroom tile, earlier you suggested caulking against the tile, but near the shower, there is a large gap. What’s recommended here? Is quarter round or other shoe molding the only option? Won’t that look odd if it’s only in front of the shower, would we need to extend along all the tile?
It looks like some of my doorjams were undercut for the carpet and when I put my plank under them there is a large gap. Also, the bottom ~1/2″ is not painted, like they repainted the jams but couldn’t reach the bottom due to the carpet.
Our plank has a pad on it, so we weren’t planning on using an udnerlayment upstiars (osb subfloor).
1) How would you recommend dealing with the gap? Tryand use shims/woodfiller to extend the jam? A whole new doorjam? Use underlayment everywhere to raise the lvp up?
2) What’s the best order of operations to paint the jams? Seems easier to paint that bottom ~2-4inches before installing the lvp to avoid having to mask every jam. Then go back after and paint the whole jam? I’m also replacing the baseboards and trim so was planning on painting the jams anyway.