A skirting board is a greatly designed piece of wood fitted at the base of the interior wall of a room. The most common skirting boards are the MDF skirting boards. MDF is the initials for medium density fibreboard. When perfectly and professionally installed, mdf skirting boards gives a room an excellently unique interior look and design. The design of a skirting board really matters as depending on the style used, skirting boards can give character to a room. Skirting boards tie together and hide the space and gaps between the wall and the floor. For commercial houses and offices, skirting boards catch the eye and enhance style.
Types of MDF skirting boards
There are several types of MDF skirting boards styles. Some of them include;
· White primed MDF skirting board – these are skirting boards white in color, moisture resistant and ready for gloss finish as well as an undercoat. These skirting boards are easy to fit with fitting nails together with an adhesive glue. These skirting boards can be customized to fit any interior look or design.
· Belfry MDF skirting board – this is a skirting board that follows the Torus style and shape. The style is followed by a deep recess that finishes at a curve. This is a simple but an elegant and a classic look for a skirting board.
· MDF Regal skirting board – this is one of the most exceptional MDF skirting board designs. The design is unique and eye-catching which makes it suitable for modern living rooms as well as offices. The design offers a perfect cable management design.
Advantages of medium density fireboard skirting boards
1. They are easy to fix and they are durable.
2. They are easy to paint although they look bad when stained.
3. They are very economical skirting boards