skirting profile flooring. aluminum skirting is made of pure aluminum. it is used for wooden flooring. the common positions where aluminum profile is used are the toilet door, at the flooring end, for merger of wooden floor with other floor and at the main doors. the surface of aluminum skirting is coated and it is sturdy and durable.
tiling a new floor - fit skirting first or after tiling? 5 posts page 1 of 1. by terryw fri jul 11, 2008 10:11 am . i'm planning to employ one of two tilers to supply and install travertine tiles in my new conservatory/dining room. one says always install skirting boards before tiling and tile up to them otherwise you have to scribe the
first, a skirting board can be added to a room purely for decorative purposes. in old houses, for example, its common to find high skirting boards that feature mouldings and can even be quite intricate, making a decorative feature. skirting boards and wood flooring in renovation or re-looking projects.
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the other option is to install the skirting 25mm up the wall and use the gap underneath it as the expansion gap for the wood floor. id like to put the skirting on before the floor goes down so it is less risky when glossing the skirting, but am also wondering how we lay the last piece of flooring between the penultimate flooring row and the
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was wondering .tiling a cloakroom floor and walls, floor tiles going on 18mm ply screwed down etc would you put floor tiles down first then wall to floor and silicone edges in? skirting boards are being removed. best addy/grout for the job? also, shower tray going in. should the ply go under the tray?
fill the gap between the wall and floor with some pe foam before you install your skirting boards. put some elastic silicone on top with your silicone gun and smooth it out evenly with your finger. 2.
the guy who is laying the flooring suggested putting skirting on afterwards, however i feel this may make his job easier. the benefit of laying skirting first is it reduces the risk of getting paint on the floor. we will be fixing the skirting to the wall using adhesive.
while more commonly used to finish a tile floor, skirting tiles can also be used by themselves without an accompanying tile floor. you can use them on the risers or sides of stairs as a decorative touch. and you can welcome visitors to your home by using them at the bottom of interior and exterior entry spaces.
what comes first - carpet, skirting or architrave? 14th dec 06 at 2:59 am 1 as above really, have 2 rooms and flight of stairs and landing to carpet, and these areas also need skirting having just been plastered and obviously the doors will need architraving too.
new wood floor - before or after skirting hi i am planning laying new Seven Trust floor throughout the hallway and living room. it will need laying atop plywood which will be fixed to floorboards to level out the floor.
i will be having my floor levelled with a latex screed and then vinyl tiles put down karndean or polyflor probably . i am just wondering in what order the floor/skirting needs to be done to get the best finish. should i have the floor completely fitted? or the skirting attached and then the screed and flooring done? i have had mixed advice so
depends on the room, if u need to replace the tiles then u have to ripp up all the skirting. but it u lay the skirting first then tile to and need to replace the skirting its only a little but of grout u need to replace.
there was no skirting gap and our first few years like most around us were on bare concrete. when money came around there was the option of tiling or carpet or luxury wooden floor. irrespective of the final covering the skirtings were flush with the concrete and whatever covering was used ran up to the skirting.
the new skirting is about 4' mdf. when the chippie came to fit the new skirting - mitres etc he said that i should have had the skirting fitted first in case i have to replace a tile. i personally think it looks better not seeing the cut edges at all but i can see the point.
basically, they are wooden, pvc or mdf boards running along the base of an interior wall. skirting boards can be screwed, nailed or glued onto the walls.. they are usually 5 to 15cm high and can be either stained or painted and they can be either carved with moulding or flat.
upvc is usually one of the default vinyl floor skirting options you will get when you first purchase a flat from hdb in singapore. the good thing about this is, it is cheap and easy to maintain. it can also be easily replaced when faulty.
floor always first, agreed, nothing looks worse than a floor tile butted up to a wall tile, even a bead of silicon looks bodgy imo rather like beading around laminate flooring where the skirting
plus the vanity will also sit on top of the new tile. meanwhile, the carpenter wants to install all the trim, including door casings, baseboard and the vanity first and have the tile guy come in afterwards. his argument is that the floor is out of whack and it'll make his job harder to level off the vanity and the baseboards after the tile is in.
5 answers. if the carpet is fitted first then the carpet has a chance of lifting whilst you walk over it to fit the skirting. if the carpet is cut short as 'epoxy floor solutions ' mentioned they should not be under the carpet fitter section and re-listed under the butcher section. hope this helps.
conversely, i put my skirting in first, because i have areas of carpet adjacent, and would otherwise have had to rip the skirting down to get the same height throughout. the skirting is painted first and so is protected from any small amount of water that might sit on it after mopping.