I am just finishing off my shower room project and will be having some
vinyl flooring put down shortly. At the moment my skirting is almost
touching the floor and I think it would look a lot better if I trim
8mm or so from the bottom. This would then enable me to put both the
hardboard and the vinyl underneath the skirting.
My house is over 100 years old and this is the original skirting and
is fixed to original plastered wall. I don't want to remove and refit
the skirting as this is likely to mean a lot of re-plastering. I have
had to do this on one wall and it was a right pain, resulting in me
replastering the whole wall.
Any ideas on the best way of doing this?
This looks good
But not sure this I can run to £469. Will it undercut in the corner? I
have seen these are available from hire shops, but are they any good?
That's not very different from a biscuit cutter, but you can't normally get
them down flush to the floor. It won't get right into the corners of course,
but a Fein Multimaster or the Bosch clone would. Just be sure you don't have
any power or lighting cables running up under the skirting!