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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"Other materials such as breather paper, skirting block and certain lengths of timber are only available in much larger quantities than you will need, so you could make some nice savings if you can pool resources with a neighbour."
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 ...
Last Thursday the Turkish navy said it stopped a Greek frigate from 'harassing' the Turkish seismic vessel Barbaros Hayreddin Pasa, which was skirting blocks in Cyprus' EEZ south west of the island