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  • Titan Vinyl Comfort Spotted Gum
    Vinyl Comfort is a collection of beautiful floors with an extra matte gloss level and realistic surface structures. The super sized 1505mm planks are unique in the market and are available in Austr...
  • Titan Vinyl Comfort Rustic Oak
    Vinyl Comfort is a collection of beautiful floors with an extra matte gloss level and realistic surface structures. The super sized 1505mm planks are unique in the market and are available in Austr...
  • Titan Vinyl Comfort Patina Oak Light Grey
    Vinyl Comfort is a collection of beautiful floors with an extra matte gloss level and realistic surface structures. The super sized 1505mm planks are unique in the market and are available in Austr...
  • Titan Vinyl Comfort Country Oak
    Vinyl Comfort is a collection of beautiful floors with an extra matte gloss level and realistic surface structures. The super sized 1505mm planks are unique in the market and are available in Austr...
  • Titan Vinyl Comfort Cottage White
    Vinyl Comfort is a collection of beautiful floors with an extra matte gloss level and realistic surface structures. The super sized 1505mm planks are unique in the market and are available in Austr...
  • Titan Vinyl Comfort Classic Oak Light Beige
    Vinyl Comfort is a collection of beautiful floors with an extra matte gloss level and realistic surface structures. The super sized 1505mm planks are unique in the market and are available in Austr...

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1. Should I install my new flooring before or after my new cabinets?

I like to install my new subfloor material then my cabinetry. Main reason is so I don't damage the new flooring and the second is to save some cost. If you are installing a thick flooring like hardwood then install the cabinets on a plywood that is equal to or slightly less than the thickness of the new flooring so that the counter still ends up close to the right distance off the floor.
No, most manufactures recommend leaving a 1/4" - 1/2" space. Read your installation instructions.
That is a very personal choice and a lot depends on budget as well. Laminate flooring tends to generally be cheaper but there are some real high end laminates that can break the bank as well. Pets can really play havoc with a new wood floor but most laminates have a very hard surface. Weigh the pros and cons for your household.