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I must implement a parquet stuck in a bathroom and tiled (earthenware) on the walls. I wonder if I have to start with the tiles or the parquet (respecting of course the space of dilatation of the parquet), and in one case as in the other the tiling must it be started at the level of the soil or to a distance taking into account the thickness of the floor. Is laying a skirting board mandatory in this case?

As it is two coatings, the order does not matter, but I would adopt however the following: - Laying of the wall tile to the ground - Laying of the parquet respecting the 8 mm of expansion - Laying of the plinth to cover the space being careful not to block the floor.

Attention: the parquet is never recommended in a bathroom, even if it's very deco...

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