When using Yeoman Shield’s plastic skirting board covers; repair, replacement and repainting of skirting will become a thing of the past.
UPVC skirting boards reduce ongoing maintenance costs in your building – and they can be fitted from the development stage or can be installed later to replace damaged skirting. Upvc skirting offers a far more durable alternative to traditional timber cores, which helps reduce the risk of damage from both pedestrian traffic and the impact of objects such as trolleys.
The extruded PVCu skirting board option complete with a solid core is an alternative to traditional timber skirting.
Perfect for new build projects, it can also be retrofitted if severely damaged skirting need replacing. Paired with our wall protection panels and wall protection strips, facilities managers can form a
With the ability to absorb knocks and bangs, these protection products will help to reduce decorating costs.
How to fit plastic skirting board
Fitting our plastic skirting board is simple. First, clean the wall surface so that it is free of dust and grease and then prime it. Where necessary, fix the MDF core to the substrate and then position your UPVC skirting external/internal corners before fixing with Yeoman Shield 2000 Polymer Adhesive. Measure and cut plastic skirting to size with a Tenon or electric drop saw and then fix with our adhesive. Full installation instructions on how to fit plastic skirting board available here.
Where can I buy plastic skirting board?
Yeoman Shield supplies our extruded plastic skirting directly to customers. We hold high amounts of stock and can carry out orders quickly, offering a range of delivery options to suit your project.
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