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Wooden Wall Paneling

Our craftsmen have mastered the look of reclaimed wood paneling on new wood so well that we could trick the average person to believing this came right off the side of a century old  barn.  Reclaimed wood paneling is in high demand but is hard to come by in lengths longer than 7 feet.   Having the ability to replicate century old wood with new wood solves multiple issues for the homeowner & builder alike.   Many of our customers love the ability to have longer lengths to work with, new wood panels lay flat and are easy to install, and, last but not least, these boards are half the price of the same square footage of  reclaimed wood panels.  The shiplap edge makes it very easy to apply to any wall as the boards easily nest together.  Available by the board or by the kit.

Shiplap Edges make installation fast and easy!

Plain wood paneling is a natural fit for casually elegant-looking homes, while painted paneling, including bead board, adds interesting detail to many different decorating and architectural styles. The method for calculating the amount of paneling you need depends on which paneling you’ll buy, and these calculations are always estimates. Unforeseen issues, like crooked corners and sloping floors, can cause you to use more or less product than you expected. It’s better to opt on the side of caution and buy at least 10 percent more than you think you will need.

How to calculate square footage needed

  • -Measure the length of each wall from left to right and the height from top to bottom.
  • -Multiply the height of each wall by the length, which gives you the square footage of each wall.
  • -Add the square footage of each wall together, which gives you the room’s total wall square footage. Tongue-and-groove paneling is usually sold by the square foot.
  • -Deduct for the windows and doors, if desired, or leave the calculation as is to account for potential cutting or installation mishaps. To deduct for windows and doors, measure each door and window left to right and top to bottom. Multiply the height by the width to find the square footage, and add the square footage of each door and window together as you did for the walls. Deduct that amount from the total square footage of the room.

 

Kit Specifications

Thickness:   ½”        Profile:   Shiplap        Board Length: 6’, 4’, 2’

Kit sizes available:

  • Small: 5” face / 15 lineal ft. per box
  • Medium: 6.5” face/ 20 lineal ft. per box
  • Large: 8.5” face/ 26 lineal ft. per box

 

 

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Our craftsmen have mastered the look of reclaimed wood paneling on new wood so well that could  trick the average person to believing this came right off the side of a barn.  Reclaimed wood paneling is in high demand but is hard to come by in lengths longer than 7 feet.   Having the ability to replicate century old wood with new wood solves multiple issues for the homeowner & builder alike.   Many of our customers love the ability to have longer lengths to work with, wood panels lay flat and are easy to install, and, last but not least, these boards are half the price of the same square footage of  reclaimed wood panels.  The shiplap edge makes it very easy to apply to any wall as the board nestle in together.

Shiplap Edges make installation fast and easy!

Kit Specifications:

Thickness:   13/16”        Profile:   Shiplap        Board Length: 6’, 4’, 2’

Kit sizes available:

  • Small: 5” face / 15 lineal ft. per box
  • Medium: 6.5” face/ 20 lineal ft. per box
  • Large: 8.5” face/ 26 lineal ft. per box

 

 

 


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