Skirting board or skirting is a narrow length of wood which goes along the bottom of a wall in a room and makes a border between the walls and the floor.
Shape Trapeze profile 1005 & 2002 curve (unity of buidling)
S2S – The board has been run through a planer producing two flat faces, but the edges are left rough.
A stick is either a short length of wood—part of a tree branch
Conecting sawn timber and gives 3 mm curve on ends both
S4S – The board has been surfaced on both faces (S2S) and received a rip on both edges, resulting in a board with two flat and parallel faces and two flat and parallel edges.
Wood flooring in this section refers to finish floors that can be in strips or parquet and nailed or glued to a subfloor.
Have shiplap 3 mm and 3 mm profile
E4E its corner (between the longitudinal faces) rounded off or chamfered along its complete length during the machining process
Gives curve corner 3 mm on 4 side