About to start my first VPF installation. The VPF we bought was CoreTec One, which has a cork backing, making it thicker than the usual VPF that I've seen. For instance, this can't just be scored and snapped, we need a saw. We also have a scuba underlayment to help minimize the clicking noise in the basement.
While laying things out and testing, I found that the VPF fits very snugly underneath the baseboards without the underlayment. The underlayment may make it impossible for the VPF to fit underneath.
I know I need to leave some room on the sides for the VFP to grow/shrink with the temperature. Should I be putting the planks right along the baseboard instead of tucking it under? If it should go under the baseboard, is the best idea to pop the baseboards off, install the flooring, then put the baseboards back?