Skirting Board 108 [SB108]

Wall Skirting | Hardwood Skirting and architrave

Decorative wooden skirting board

Wooden skirting board is used at the junction between wall and flooring. As a decorative feature it is important to choose the right style, size and material to suit any room. This skirting board is available in many hardwood and softwood options. Hardwood skirting or softwood skirting - the wood you choose. Many more profiles available

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Skirting Board 108 is a custom product - this is produced to order and available in many types of wood.

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Common Uses

Wooden skirting boards are used at the base of internal walls at the junction of the floor. Sometimes described as wainscot board.

Application

This item can be used for both external and internal applications

Notes

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Product Size - Width: 89 mm - Thickness: 35 mm

Imperial (inches) - Width: 3 8/16" x Thickness: 1 6/16"

Product priced by: 'm'

  • Left unfinished to be coated or finished as desired. This will be 'bare' - for information about wood finishing please go to https://www.wooduchoose.com/finishing-and-decorating-wood

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  • Customizable and then lovingly made, for you, to order. You'll get estimated timescales at pricing stage

  • Available in your choice of wood species. We'll also help you choose the right wood for your application

Top Tip

When choosing a skirting board to go with an architrave - consider a thinner Skirting as this helps 'break' the joint where they meet.

 

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