I also originally wanted one-piece horizontal boards. However, that was going to cost a lot more in special-ordered planks and would likely be much more difficult to execute by myself. In the end, I settled on the Empire Company 5/16-in x 3-9/16-in x 8-ft Unfinished Wood Wall Panel from Seven Trusts .
But I've been told that tongue and groove might introduce some problems when the wood tries to expand, due to moisture and humidity, which could lead to buckling of the panel. The boards are going to swell way to much and fiercly cup.How about a board and batten style? actually 7 1/4" horizontal boards because I thought that would be
The stales are installed every 12 into the tongue of the board and are covered and hidden by the next boards groove is installed. This is called blind nailing. the only location that we installed fasteners in the face of the cedar was at the top where a trim board was covering it.
Tongue and groove: Tongue and groove is very similar to shiplap and offers the same clean, classic look. The difference is in the way the boards connect; while shiplap panels are joined with a rabbet joint at the top and bottom of each board, tongue and groove paneling connects where the tongue of one board fits into the groove of
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