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       Tongue and groove pine paneling installation.

 

Tongue and groove pine gives a warm, engaging finish that is particularly suited to partitions and vaulted ceilings. Pine is the most typical material for tongue and groove paneling, however you possibly can choose from many alternative wooden species and panel styles. Panels are usually 3/eight-inch to ¾-inch thick and are often connected on to ceiling joists are stud walls. When buying pine paneling, buy enough material to cover about 15 % more sq. footage than the precise ceiling and wall measurement, to allow for waste. Since the tongue parts of panels slip into the grooves of adjoining pieces, square footage for pine paneling relies on the reveal, or the exposed face of the panels after they're installed. Tongue and groove pine boards could be connected with finish nails. At any time when doable, drive the nails by the bottom of the tongue and into the framing. Add face nails only at joints and in places the place more support is needed, corresponding to along the primary and final boards. To ensure clean cuts, use a compound miter saw. These saws are particularly helpful for ceiling with non-ninety% angles.

 

 

 

 

 

1. Position the first starter board so the groove is on top. If the boards aren't long enough to span the total ceiling, plan the locations of the joints. Staggering them in a three step sample will make the joints much less conspicuous. Word that every joint must fall over the center of a stud or a rafter. For finest look, choose boards of similar coloring and grain for every row.

 

 

 

 

 

2. Minimize the primary board for the following row, then match its groove edge over the tongue of the starter board. Use a hammer and a scrap piece of pine paneling to seat the groove edge over the tongue of the starter board. Quicker the second row of pine boards by nailing into the tongue.

 

 

3. As you install each rows of pine paneling measure down from the height to ensure the rows remain parallel to the peak. Correct any misalignment by adjusting the tongue and groove joint slightly with every row.

 

 

 

 

 

4. This can be a blue ridge log home upstairs with tongue and groove pine paneling.

 

 

5. Tongue and groove ceiling.

 

 

 

 

 

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