Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TIGHTWAD GREAT LOOK , LOVE IT , STOPS YOU HEART,
GREAT LOOK ,
Fell in love with it minute saw it,,
Dose take little higher skill level ,tho,
you'll have about 10% to 15 % waste ,
How every defective pieces, / cut down for over doors , above ,below, windows ,,,
All I coated with // treated with ,, semi gloss polyurethane ,,
just look at the pics ,,
not for all but we love it ,, easy of cleaning is great , with the urethane
HAD IN ABOUT 3 YRS ,, FRIENDS LOVE IT, OR HATE DEPENDS ON YOUR TASTE ,
P.S . upload the RED CEDAR BACK SPLASH AND SPICE RACK NOT THIS PRODUCT
ITS RED CEDAR ,,,for contrast give you'll some ideas
P.S everything is costume // ,, built by my self and my son,,
November 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bobthebuilder Great value and look for the price
I just installed the Trex rainaway system on my raised deck and used the panels as a cieling on my lower deck. I installed them in a herringbone pattern and it looks great. The installation is a little tricky at first, but it was not a problem. The panels may bow a bit, but they are thin enough to easily move into position. You just need to start at one end and work down the panel of the heavily bowed pieces. But, most were a breeze to install. I had very little waste, but needed a lot of shorter pieces for the herringbone pattern. This is a good product for the cost concious DYI'er with good to above average skill.
September 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NJNailbender Terrible stuff!
Extremely flimsy, more like a thick veneer than a plank, makes it very difficult to fit planks together and tongues and grooves blow out with even the slightest pressure. Agree with previous reviewers, better to slice off half the groove and install like shiplap. Clearly there is no quality control wherever this stuff is milled and packaged, is full of holes, broken tongues/grooves, under-width planks, out of six per package usually two were rejects. Warps as soon as you unwrap it, watched one piece go banana-shaped in just seconds. Finally gave up, returning unused, had to start job over. Am kind of surprised that HD would think this stuff is worth carrying.
February 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by shipman Western Cedar Planks
Just put this Western Cedar up on the walls of our double wide today very good to work with .I am very pleased with this Job and the way it looks up on the walls.Look more like a House on the inside now love it.
May 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by moore2508 plank installation
The cedar planks were very easy to install. They kept their shape and V notch was not broken; as the pine planks I have also installed.
The cedar planks looked and smelled great. I used the Behr clear coating for cedar. A fun project to do for the weekend. Enjoy!
August 9, 2010
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Robert Bad Product
Most of the panels are unusable due to holes along the tongue, groove or middle of the panel. Panels cup as soon as they are removed from package. Pieces are almost impossible to join. Tried installing for a customer but gave up after 1/2 hour of trying to join planks together. tongues or grooves would crack. wound up using another product. Had to absorb the cost of the panels.
June 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mynickname VERY GOOD PURCHASE
Good quality product for excellent price. You just need to look carefully throw the packs when you buy them. Some of them are really damaged during storage job. Don't take them, otherwise you need to return back. Good looking packs in the shop shall give you a pleasure to work .
March 25, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Robb Time Consuming Installation
More than half of the product in each 6-pack was damaged or unusable. Most common was the grove side damaged or broken, warped and very hard to line up the tongue into the grove. If your going to install this on a wall longer than 10ft, plan to take a lot of pieces back to the store or plan to cut off the back side of the grove and install like shiplap. Product is nice looking once installed but the installation process is incredibly time consuming.
March 27, 2014