Hi, wonder if someone can offer any advice on an 'issue' I have.
We have just bought a new fireplace, a little wider than our existing one, and need to cut the excess skirting board to fit the new fireplace flush against the wall.
I'm looking for tips on how to do this without damaging either the length of skirting or the wall, we've just redecorated the fireplace wall at a cost of Â£20 a roll !!!!!!!!!!!!!
My initial thoughts were to try and outline the cut I wanted to make with a rotozip, then try chiselling it out as gently as possible.
I'm a DIY novice though so any professional tips would be appreciated.