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Some advice please -
I have a kitchen to tile which was installed on top of wooden laminate flooring.
The kitchen has a polished stone worktop and I am concerned if I remove all the laminate the units will drop slightly and damage the worktops.
The kitchen units are in a U shape with various recesses for appliances, with one of the unit runs dividing the kitchen/diner - so not against a wall. This run only has a 12mm wooden back to it and two recesses so not removing the laminate would look odd I think. But should I cut the laminate around the edges of the units to leave the support in place?
Sorry, hard to describe and I have no images.
 

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