Chamfered Skirting Board(3 Products)
MDF Chamfered Skirting Board provides a refreshing departure from intricate designs seen in the 1800s; with its focus on undeviating, linear lines, this contemporary design exudes a simple yet sophisticated look, with a touch of modern elegance. The Chamfered profile is ideal for contemporary homes and is one of the many options available for those seeking a clean and stylish appearance.Find Out More About Our Types of Chamfered Skirting Board
The Chamfer profile is a highly sought-after design within the trade industry and is considered a staple in the UK construction sector.
Chamfer MDF skirting board features a pronounced bevel on its top edge, resulting in a broader angled surface. Additionally, it has a rounded top that adds a touch of softness to its appearance.
Chamfer Skirting Board Key Features
- FSC certified
- Protects walls from damage
- Helps to hide gaps or unevenness between walls and floors
- Adds the finishing touches to a room
- Can be used to accentuate architectural features
- Primed finish suitable for a final paint finish
- Majority of Chamfer skirting boards are manufactured from Moisture Resistant MDF and comprise two coats of water based primer
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Applying Chamfer Skirting Board
Chamfer skirting boards can be securely affixed to walls through the use of either screws or a powerful adhesive.
Different Designs of Skirting Boards
- Chamfer: A sleek and minimalist design, characterised by a single angled edge that slopes down to a flat, straight surface at the bottom of the board.
- Bullnose/Pencil-round: A clean-lined style, featuring a smooth rounded edge at the top front of the board, accompanied by a flat face.
- Ogee: A decorative profile that boasts an angled edge that gracefully graduates into a sweeping curve, with a flat face at the bottom of the board.
- Torus: This profile boasts a semi-circular round at the top front of the board, with some designs featuring an indent below the curve while others gradually transition into a flat face.
- Ovolo: An elegantly curved arc at the top front of the face that tapers back towards the wall, defines this profile.
Frequently Asked Chamfered Skirting Board Questions
What Is The Difference Between a Chamfer & a Bevel Edge?
A chamfer and a bevel are both forms of sloped edges, but there is a marked difference between the two.
A chamfer is a type of edge that joins two surfaces at a 45-degree angle, whereas a bevel can have any angle other than 90 or 45 degrees. The term "bevel" refers to a slope in general, whereas "chamfer" refers to a specific type of bevel with a 45-degree angle.
What Different Materials Are Skirting Boards Available In?
Skirting boards are available in a range of materials including:
- MDF skirting board (often moisture resistant)
- Softwood skirting board
- Hardwood skirting board
- Tiled skirting
Is It True That Chamfered Skirting Is Easy To Clean?
One of the most attractive features of the chamfered profile for customers is its ease of cleaning.
Its design does not allow dust to accumulate on the profile, making maintenance a breeze.
What Is A Rebated Skirting?
For the sake of hiding away wires and pipes, a skirting board can be engineered with grooves of varying depths and thicknesses. These artistic rebates efficiently allow for wires to fit snugly behind them, making for a more cohesive finish.
A cable rebate is 20mm high, and a pipe rebate is 40mm high as standard.