A skirting board.
Finishing element at baseboard of stairway, around the circle perimeter or around posts.
Metal or wood material used to fill in the space between the bottom of the trailer and the ground. This skirting may be backed by insulation board or framing depending on the individual application.
A board fixed to the bottom of a wall at joint of wall and floor.
we have several skirts for sale in the ladies dept....usually, that portion of the deck below the deck surface so that you cannot see under...the skirt or the deck. Confused? Me too! You install a 'skirt' to keep from seeing ugly stuff under your deck..or your trailer or whatever. Sorry, ladies, I did not mean to infer that a skirt is to keep from seeing ugly stuff...I better shut up.
Horizontal board at the bottom of an internal wall, at the junction with the floor.
being all around the edges; enclosing; "his encircling arms"; "the room's skirting board needs painting"
Narrow boards around the margin of a floor; baseboards.
Horizontal board at junction between floor and wall
Skirting is the name given to the timber trimming, that is situated between the base of the wall and the floor. The skirting matches the architrave but is usually slightly wider for visual effect.
Trimming ends of shoots in a downward shoot-positioned training system, such as High Cordon.
Timber (usually) moulding along bottom of wall to floor intersection.
Placing baseboard around an interior wall base.
Horizontal pieces of lumber installed around the perimeter of a deck to conceal the area below the decking. Skirting may be made of solid boards, either vertical or horizontal, or of lattice to allow for air movement. Home Improvement Encyclopedia