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What is a baseboard?

Baseboard Definition– A strip of molding used to cover the bottom of a wall, joining it to the floor. Also known as skirting, floor molding and base molding.

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Baseboard is typically made of wood, and is usually several inches high. The strip is placed along the bottom of a wall, covering the joint between the wall and the floor. While baseboard acts as a functional addition protecting the wall from bumps and scratches, it’s typically installed as a decorative piece.

what is a baseboard

Last Updated: April 10, 2012
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