The bedroom I have just finished laying engineered w/wood flooring in
has a concrete base in front of the chimney breast (old victorian
This concrete base was a little higher than the floorboards and has
resulted a slight rise at the edge but enough to mess up the skirting
that will cover this part
of the wall.
I've got some idea of how to trim the bottom edge of the skirting to
fit it level
and join up with the adjacent piece(s).
eg draw horizontal line on wall from top edge of adjacent piece,
then measure heights at regular intervals.
But this idea requires good skills with hand tools, eg plane. And I'm
shit with a plane.
Has anyone got a more foolproof idea?
- posted 12 years ago