Fitting Skirting Boards

Skirting boards add a decorative and attractive touch to a room. These boards hide the plaster between the floor and plaster and protect the plaster from any damage. They protect walls from daily knocks and scuffs.In the past, skirting board were quite deep. They had to be fitted in two sections to attain their height. However, in recent years the skirting board fashion trend has found a happy medium. Nowadays, 150mm and 125mm boards are more common. Low ceiling rooms will not be able to take advantage of deep skirtings.There are many types of skirting available, in both soft and hard wood. While Redwood is popular in the lower priced range of timber, the better quality skirting boards made from solid oak will last longer. Solid Oak Skirting board has the main advantage of being resistant

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