skirting block

skirting block

[′skərd·iŋ ‚bläk]
(building construction)
Also known as base block; plinth block.
A corner block where a base strip and vertical enframement meet.
A concealed block to which a baseboard is anchored.

skirting block, base block, plinth block

1. A corner block where a base strip and vertical enframement meet.
2. A concealed block to which a baseboard is anchored.
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Start with the skirting block at the bottom of the door.
always remember to trim your skirting block 10mm wider than the door facingPrecision job .