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Model 604437

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1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. Premium Tongue and Groove Pattern Whitewood Board

$6.34 /each
  • Ideal for a variety of both interior and exterior applications
  • Highest quality grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Old-fashioned character used for country, cottage or cabin décor

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Decorate your interior or exterior space with old-fashioned natural pine Tongue and Groove boards. Create a country, cottage or rustic cabin look and feel. Every Eastern White Pine board meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Tongue and Groove boards have a wide range of uses from ceiling paneling to accent walls and wainscoting. Perfect for interior or exterior projects, boards are light weight and easy to nail, saw, trim or cut. Choose a finish to match your look as paint, stain, whitewash or clear finishes can transform any wood project. Nails, screws or construction adhesives can be used with Tongue and Groove pine boards. Used for centuries in elegant and rustic settings, pattern stock paneling will remain gorgeous for years to come!

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  • Designed for interior or exterior use
  • Tongue-and-groove construction
  • Dimensional stability; minimal tendency to warp, shrink, swell, cup or twist
  • Can be painted or stained
  • Highly recommended sealing red knots with shellac based sealer prior to priming and painting to prevent bleed through
  • Can be nailed, screwed or use wood construction adhesives
  • Common: 1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft.; actual: 0.75 in. x 5.5 in. x 96 in.
  • Weighs approximately 6 lbs.
  • Untreated premium lumber
  • Square footage coverage: 3.33 sq. ft.
  • Using a semi-transparent grey stain will achieve a more weathered barn board rustic look
  • Use a white semi-transparent stain for a clean crisp white wash effect
  • A clear finish will protect natural characteristics and age to a dark honey color
  • Note: product may vary by store
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where would you nail them not to see it, with out damaging the prouduct

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making a shed
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July 7, 2016
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Everybody got it right except Jimbob: you nail it in the same manner you nail t&g flooring - at an angle just above the tongue. There is a small square shoulder where the tongue protrudes from the body of the board - put the nail, at an angle, right into the corner made by the tongue and this shoulder. If you use an air gun, be sure the nail sinks just barely below the wood surface - if you hand nail, Read More
Everybody got it right except Jimbob: you nail it in the same manner you nail t&g flooring - at an angle just above the tongue. There is a small square shoulder where the tongue protrudes from the body of the board - put the nail, at an angle, right into the corner made by the tongue and this shoulder. If you use an air gun, be sure the nail sinks just barely below the wood surface - if you hand nail, use a set to drive the nails just to the surface, being careful not to split the tongue from the body of the board. Nailing in this manner means the nail goes through the thick part of the board. NEVER nail into the tongue, and NEVER EVER nail into the groove: not only is it difficult to drive the nails fully, but the groove is the weakest part - you are diving nails into 1/4 " thickness - they will split and often will not handle the weight of the board. No matter what, you are going to have to face nail the last few boards - either blind nail them ( not something most people know how to do ) or simply face nail them and fill the holes. Read Less
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Mills suggestion is the proper way to install being sure to angle the nail so not in interference with the groove
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December 30, 2015
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I will go with Nil's answer. I have put up an entire interior in a camphouse using 18 ga finishing nails and not a problem to be had.
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November 15, 2015
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The previously answer is totally wrong! You should nail through the back (wall side) of the groove. If you naill through the tongue, you block the tongue so that the grooved piece would not slide onto the adjacent, installed panel.
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November 1, 2014
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you nail in an angle on the back of tongue of the wood plank but with a finishing nail.
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Please advise the price per foot.

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May 8, 2016
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Remember 6" is really 5.5" AND you lose another 1/2" in the groove SO each board is approx. 3.3 sq ft.
At my store it is $4.42 so the cost per square foot of actual coverage is $1.34. or whatever your cost is per board divided by 3.33
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March 18, 2016
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It is about $1.25 square foot and about $0.62 per board foot
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actually this board is only 6 inches wide so the formula would be 8ft/2=4sqft then divide that by the price to get the cost/ft, So that would be more like $1.70/sqft
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July 14, 2014
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$7.18 per piece / 8 feet long = $0.8975 per foot plus tax
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Are the ends of these boards tounge and groove as well?

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August 10, 2016
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No sorry only the edges.
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August 9, 2016
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No, the ends are not tongue and grooved.
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could this be used as a subfloor

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I have a bathroom and trying to get plywood into the room would be very difficult. Could I just flip the board over and have the flat side up?
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No. Do not use as a sub-floor. Product not designed for such use, and won't provide necessary strength and support. You'll end up with your floor bowing or warped, and worst case the floor and subfloor could collapse. Use 3/4"-1-1/4" plywood, glued and screwed, depending on location
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I would advise against using it as a subfloor. It's a very soft wood, and will warp from the moisture. It's more for an aesthetic use.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by looks awesome I love working with this wood! It makes any room look awesome the price is right around what it cost at a lumber yard. I just got done doing the hallway ceiling shown in picture used minwax polyurethane Fast dry for the clear the base is minwax natural stain both can be found at homedepot. August 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not look like pictured These do not look anything like the pictures. They are FULL of knots, warped and chipped grooves. I needed 16 and only found 4 that was worth buying. Had to end up going to the lumber yard and get some good ones. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Art Studio Project For the last couple of years I have been turning a second story loft, over my garage, into a space for my wife to do yoga and do her painting. I hate drywall and this product has such a classic look. The upper half of the walls and ceilings are bevel side up and run horizontal...the lower half of the walls use the beaded side and are vertical. I have found the product quality to be consistent at both stores I buy from. I suspect that the person who complained about color not matching does not realize that pine WILL DARKEN with time...especially when exposed to sunlight. I think my wife wants to do a white wash type finish. October 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for a ceiling!!!!!! I bought this product after i needed to install some insulation for the void space in the front porch ceiling. I wanted to use this instead of putting plywood back in and wow was that a good choice. All i can say is if you are installing outdoors look for the board without the knots that have fallen out. Look at the boad and make sure they arent bowed. If they are bowed up or down while looking at the top its fine but if they are bowed from left or right down the sides they will not work. Take your time and pick some good boards. These also can be installed with the vgroove up and you will get a plank look;-) December 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Used for bathroom ceiling - love the look These boards were great, very little knots. Very straight. Went up with ease. I love the finished look. Finished with painted white trim and whitewash pickling stain January 30, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Too many warped boards on display Working on long term project in basement so I purchase 10-20 boards at a time. Was in South Elgin store yesterday to purchase 30-40 boards. The inventory displayed is awful. The majority of boards are warped badly. A few months ago the clerk pulled fresh stock and I had to select from a pallet. This isn't good customer service. Why aren't boards inspected before placed in the display? March 28, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by product changed from one year to the next had already started a wall covering project and was half done when i went to pick up my next supply of boards. found that Home Depot had switched suppliers and was not offering the same product. it did not match what was already installed. August 13, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Make sure you inspect every piece This is a solid milled product. It fits together snugly and it made from decent pine. My only complaint is that some of the pieces are warped badly, so just must sure the pieces you get are relatively straight. June 5, 2013
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