tongue and groove pine ceiling and walls

The tricky parts of tongue-and-groove paneling are getting the boards to straighten out (many will be slightly warped or otherwise imperfect) getting the joints to fit tightly and keeping the rows in straight lines so they remain parallel to the walls on both sides of the ceiling. 【Get Price】

Installing a Tongue and Groove Ceiling. Once you’ve installed your tongue and groove wall paneling you can move on to the ceiling. The process here is almost exactly the same. You’ll start from one corner. And use existing studs/rafters to mount each piece of paneling. 【Get Price】

5.125-in x 12-ft Unfinished Pine Tongue and Groove Wall Plank (Coverage Area: 5.125-sq ft) Item #338436. Model #11431. Compare; Find My Store. for pricing and ... 【Get Price】

Welcome to our ultimate guide to tongue and groove boards for ceiling flooring and walls. Tongue and groove boards are a wooden planking system that joins and adjacent board by interlocking the ridges and grooves built into the sides of the pieces. This method gives a great deal of support in... 【Get Price】

Grey Wash Pine. View Product. ... All of our wall and ceiling planking is tongue and grooved on all four sides! ... Site by Foyote ©2018 The Tongue and Groove Store ... 【Get Price】

Installing tongue and groove walls can be a real workout. Think about it: (1) You're usually working over your head. (2) You have to seat the tongues and grooves together and they don't always want to marry. (3) Tongue and groove isn't always flat so you have to force the boards together to get them seated. 【Get Price】

The most common use for both tongue and groove and shiplap is to panel entire walls particularly in the kitchen or bathroom. But you can also use both styles to create just one accent wall or ... 【Get Price】