I have a guy going into a rental unit of mine to put in vinyl tile. I told him specifically that I wanted it under the base of the wall's wood molding (similiar to this stuff).
He was put off by this idea. Told me he wanted to use caulk instead and that it was a better option. I insisted because I thought he was corner cutting and he went under the molding like I had requested.
My question is though, now after researching this. It doesn't appear to be that much of a cut corner as I originally took it.
Is it common practice to caulk around the edges of vinyl tile in a kitchen instead of going underneath wood paneling?