Boxing in pipes - BOXING IN PIPES In the picture above you...

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BOXING IN PIPES In the picture above you can see we have shown a simple pipe boxing. A & B represent, in this case, two walls, with the pipes fixed or running up wall B. This could just as easily be a box fixed between the wall and the floor if your pipes are running horizontally. With A representing the floor and B, the wall or skirting. The principle is the same in both cases. The materials you will use will vary depending on the size of your box but for most applications either ¼ inch plywood or plasterboard is good. Remember as with all carpentry related projects. Measure twice-Cut once. Read all of this project before starting work. When the two sides of your boxing meet, there will be a join. Ideally you would like this joint as discreet as possible. If you use the diagram above and the instructions below, the joint will always be seen on the same face as the board you have fixed the batten to.
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