Apr 29, 2020 9:14 pm
So building my first house and thought the people in this sub might be able to help.
Have to install our flooring and trying to work some things out!
We are putting carpet and engineered timber in, and there’s a few areas where the timber and carpet meet on a wall so with no archs.
Originally we asked our builder to not install our skirts/baseboards, but they ended up putting them in all the carpet areas.
Now the issues is, when we install the timber and put the skirt on top it’s not going to line up with the skirt over the carpet!
Is cutting 16mm off the bottom edge of the skirt an option? So the skirts will match? Or is that silly?
Open to literally any idea right now!
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