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Does the decor of the skirting boards always match the floor 100%?

The production processes for laminate flooring and skirting board differ. Laminate flooring from LOGOCLIC® is built up in six layers, comprising footfall and impact sound insulation, a stabilising layer, HDF core material, antistatic paper, decorative layer and an overlay. The decor layer is the paper printed with the desired decor, which is pressed onto the top of the coreboard with melamine resin and together with the overlay under heat.

 

Skirting boards, on the other hand, are not produced this way. That is why it is not possible to produce skirtings that are one hundred percent “decor-matched” to the floor. However, LOGOCLIC® skirtings are very similar to the decor of the chosen floor.

Decors of the LOGOCLIC® skirting boards

The range of skirtings from LOGOCLIC® sets the tone – namely that of your chosen floor covering. Whether tiles or stone look, the classic K58C skirting board is exactly matched to the decor of your floor. If you would like to bridge the floor finish by means of a white skirting board, you can also fall back on the fancy skirting with profile or opt for the bevelled skirting. The range of plastic skirtings with wood decor and a built-in cable duct from LOGOCLIC® set the tone too – namely that of your chosen floor covering. Whether tiles or stone look, the classic K58C skirting board is exactly matched to the decor of your floor. If you would like to bridge the floor finish by means of a white skirting board, you can also fall back on the fancy skirting with profile or opt for the bevelled skirting. You can also find plastic skirtings with wood decor and a built-in cable duct at LOGOCLIC®.

Find out more about range of skirting boards at LOGOCLIC® and take a look at the installation instructions for the skirtings.