Skirting Board Buying Guide

You can choose skirting board in the following timbers:

2. Select your skirting board height, we can offer:

  • 100mm skirting (4 inch skirting)
  • 125mm skirting (5 inch skirting)
  • 150mm skirting (6 inch skirting)
  • 175mm skirting (7 inch skirting)
  • 200mm skirting (8 inch skirting)
  • 225mm skirting (9 inch skirting)
  • 250mm skirting (10 inch skirting)
  • 275mm skirting (11 inch skirting)
  • 300mm skirting (12 inch skirting)
  • Custom Sizes? Yes we can!

3. Choose your Skirting Board Profile:
Standard skirting profiles:
  • Ogee Skirting Boards
  • Torus Skirting Boards
  • Bullnose Skirting Boards
  • Victorian Skirting Boards
  • Lambs Tongue Skirting Boards
  • Ovolo Skirting Boards
  • Georgian Skirting Boards
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4. Select your skirting board lengths:

  • 2.4m Lengths (8 foot)
    Premium Range & Hardwood Timbers
  • 3.0m Lengths (10 foot)
    Premium Range & Hardwood Timbers
  • 5.4m Lengths (18 foot)
    Available in the Standard MDF Range Only
  • 4.4m Lengths (14.5 foot)
    Oak Veneered Skirting Board
  • 3.2m-5.7m Lengths (varies)
    Pine Skirting Boards

In a Hurry? Drop us your number, we’ll call you right away! is the UK’s leading online manufacturer of skirting boards. We manufacture only from the highest quality raw materials and we take extra care when we package our skirting boards, architave and dado rails to ensure the goods arrive in excellent condition.

Our most popular product is mdf skirting, and we often manufacture these in high volumes for large construction projects. Many people will ask for pine skirting boards when they are intending to paint them, in which case we will always recommend our customer uses MDF instead, as MDF is a much stronger and more durable material than pine.

No skirting boards are entirely water resistant, however mdf skirting with good priming will survive water better than thier hardwood skirting counterparts and therefore we always recommend MDF as opposed to hardwood for any application with a risk of water damage. That said, we don’t consider mdf skirting to be specifically water resistant, even though we use water resistant MDF in thier manufacture.

Architrave and skirting boards are a very similar product with architrave generally being just a shorter board than skirting, however usually they are manufactured with the same moulding profile. We can manufacture these products with any hardwoods too, but these naturally become more expensive. has provided skirting for the likes of premier inn and travel lodge, as well as premium housing developments and hotels including Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, Waldorf and Intercontinental hotels. We’ve even shipped our skirting boards to Las Vegas.