Skirting is a strip of metal (could be tile, vinyl or wood as well) that can be seen in the corner or edge made by the wall and the floor. Skirting is used to protect the bottom of the wall from the dirt and mold formation, as well as from being damaged by vacuum cleaners, brooms, and mops. Aluminum skirting boards are meant to provide the continuity between the wall and the floor.
Aluminium skirting boards by Braz Line are designed to provide functional solutions while maintaining the aesthetic appeal. Company’s skirting boards are also durable and resistant to damp conditions. For instance, they are able to withstand excessive humidity, sudden temperature fluctuations, and are not subjected to oxidation after years in service.
The aluminium skirting profile by Braz Line is designed to sit on top of the floor covering in order to provide a neat finish and refined wall-to-floor connection.
Aluminium skirtings could be used for all floor coverings such as carpets, laminate, tiling, and parquet. It is worth mentioning that aluminium profile plinths are extremely durable, and not so sensitive to moisture and cleaning agents.
Aluminium skirtings by Braz Line are manufactured from the AD-31 aluminium alloy (EN AW 6060) and AD-35 aluminium alloy (EN AW 6082). They are available in various:
Dimensions (80 x 15 mm, 100 x 25 mm, 35 x 17 mm, 60 x 10 mm, 80 x 12 mm, etc.)
Shapes (corrugated, smooth, bulged)
Colours (silver, snow oak, bourbon walnut, etc.)
Special features (overhead, anodized, with corrugated mounting element and openings, with the corrugated rear surface, Baseboard with hidden fastening)
The major application area for aluminium skirtings by Braz Line is the angle between the wall and the floor. These skirtings are used to give the room a finished look and to conceal cracks between walls and flooring.