To use an undercut saw, place a tile on the floor with a spacer beneath to represent the tile mortar, and hold the tile against the casing. Set the saw flat on top of the tile and simply work it back and forth (you know, like a saw) to cut the casing at the tile height.Click to see full answer. Likewise, where do you stop tile in a doorway?The best place to stop running the tile is under the door. From the bathroom side, you want to see tile disappear under the door, from the hallway side, you don’t want to see tile if the hallway is hardwood or carpet.Likewise, should baseboard be installed on top of tile? In my experience, baseboard can either be installed before or after the tile, but if it is installed before, the baseboard is installed at the level the tile will be, leaving a gap below the baseboard to accommodate the tile. People also ask, do you tile under door frame? Generally speaking, there are two main techniques related to installing tile around door jambs. On one hand, you can mark the tile and cut it out as to fit around the wooden jambs. On the other hand, you can choose to cut the door jamb, as to lay the tile under it.Does tile go under door trim?Under no circumstances do you want to try to cut ceramic tile to fit the odd angles of door casing. Even if you can do it, it will be hard to install and will probably look like you were too lazy to remove or cut the casing. Also, there is no good way to cover up the space between the casing and tile.