The advantages of the skirting boards for concealing cables: simplicity and aesthetic appeal
Electrical devices are increasingly used for daily activities both in private spaces and in workplaces and, for this reason, cables and wires often become a real problem. Bulky and unsightly, they ruin the aesthetic appeal of the room and may hamper the daily life. …However, there are some simple but brilliant solutions to solve this problem. In this article we are going to talk about the advantages of the skirting boards for concealing cables!
This particular kind of skirting board has been specifically created for concealing cables: they have an empty space inside that allows to run the cables easily. In this way, they are useful both as wireway and as elegant finishing for the junction between the wall and the floor. Therefore, they guarantee aesthetic appeal and functionality at the same time: they are perfect for concealing electrical cables and telephone or television wires, without creating ducts on the wall.
The skirting boards for concealing cables have many advantages: this solution is particularly quick and cheap, besides being less invasive. The skirting boards for concealing cables are provided with all the necessary accessories and their inner part is generally divided into two compartments.
The advantages of the skirting boards for concealing cables designed by Profilpas
Profilpas has created a model of skirting board for concealing cables included in the range Metal Line: Metal Line 97/8. This model is in anodised aluminium and allows to conceal cables in its wireway.
Metal Line 97/8 perfectly outlines the junction between the wall and the floor. It allows to conceal cables thanks to the presence of a specific wireway in PVC that, fixed to the wall with screws and dowels, is also a support for the skirting board. This model is particularly recommended for refurbishments since it allows not to create new ducts for concealing cables. It can be easily installed just through the use of supports in natural aluminium fixed to the wall with screws and dowels or, as an alternative, using the PVC wireway that allows an easy maintenance of cables.