Gradus Offers New and Contemporary Metal Skirtings

Metal Skirtings
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22 March 2011

An ideal low maintenance alternative to PVC or timber skirtings, the new metal skirtings create a modern hi-tech finish in environments such as commercial office, leisure and retail projects.

The range consists of aluminum profiles in a variety of different heights and a choice of four finishes: Silver, Polished Titanium, Satin Silver, and Satin Titanium. A stainless steel option is also available with a Satin finish, to provide a clean modern look. Selected profiles have been designed with a cable management system incorporated, where low voltage cables can be conveniently hidden from view.

Versatile and functional, metal skirtings have strong aesthetic appeal and their minimalist design suits contemporary interiors. A variety of coordinating metal accessories are also available to disguise the joints, corners and ends of the skirting in order to create a professional and neat finish.

Caroline Davies, Accessories Product Manager for Gradus, said: “Extensive research into recent material and design trends has shown that this new range meets specifiers’ requirements for modern commercial environments, with the added benefit of a trusted trims brand that will provide real peace of mind. The new range also complements our trims range to provide a comprehensive package of products.”

Gradus’ new range of metal skirtings is available from April 2011 and will be included in Gradus’ new stair edgings and floor trims catalogue, which is coming soon. For further information, please contact Customer Support on 01625 428922 or visit

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