sub floors at back door. knotched out to fit the door bumper.
before I put down flooring, I put a good bead of flex caulk along all edges, ect.
glue going down on subfloors... looking good if I do say so myself....
Typically in any home building situation, you would do floors dead last. But I opted to do it backwards and this is why,
1.if myself or anyone desires to remodel, floors will not need to be removed.
2. finish flooring under cabinets, under sinks, under storage areas ect.
water proofing from above. mud, ect.
3. I had enough material. It's just a better answer in my opinion.
Here is the floor going down.
4" x 36" aged and textured woodgrain VCT