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null 42 sq. ft. MDF Cape Cod Beadboard Planking (9-Planks)
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42 sq. ft. MDF Cape Cod Beadboard Planking (9-Planks)

  • Give your walls a fresh look.
  • Adds warmth and comfort to any living space
  • Great for restorative projects and for new construction
$65.66 /box

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42 sq. ft. Cape cod MDF beadboard plank paneling is a simple way to give your home a sophisticated finish. The style is a classic, yet modern beadboard that can be used for back splashes, ceilings or wall applications.

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  • Eco-friendly, stable, and versatile
  • Made from medium density fiberboard (mdf)
  • Classic grooved bead board
  • Primed and ready to paint
  • Tongue and groove for easy installation
  • Installed coverage: 63 in. wide x 96 in. high x 1/4 in. depth
  • Produced using recycled wood fiber
  • Carb phase II compliant
  • 1 Box = 3 packages (3 pieces per package / 9 pieces per box)

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If I put this on a ceiling length-wise, how do the joints line up? how do you conceal the joints? My ceiling is 12 feet long and 6 feet wide.

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Pembroke Pines, FL
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April 9, 2016
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I mate the ends of the planks with a 45 degree bevel rather than than a square butt joint. The same way you would mate baseboard.
I also stagger the joints on adjacent rows. You don't want a solid line of joints across your ceiling, it makes the joints more obvious. Lay them out:
One row: 8 ft. then 4 ft.
Next row: 4 ft. then 8 ft.
Repeat
You can always use (it creates more waste):
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I mate the ends of the planks with a 45 degree bevel rather than than a square butt joint. The same way you would mate baseboard.
I also stagger the joints on adjacent rows. You don't want a solid line of joints across your ceiling, it makes the joints more obvious. Lay them out:
One row: 8 ft. then 4 ft.
Next row: 4 ft. then 8 ft.
Repeat
You can always use (it creates more waste):
One row: 8 ft. then 4 ft.
Next row: 6 ft. then 6 ft.
Next row: 4 ft. then 8 ft.
Repeat.
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July 22, 2015
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Try staggering your joints. they won't be as pronounced.
1st row - Start with a full 8' piece, then finish the row with a 4' piece.
2nd row - Cut a 2' piece. Then install a 8' piece. Out of the 6' scrap piece cut a 2' piece and install it.
3rd row - Install a 4' piece, then an 8' piece, Then your remaining 4' piece.
Follow that pattern for the rest of your ceiling and you shouldn't see the joints as Read More
Try staggering your joints. they won't be as pronounced.
1st row - Start with a full 8' piece, then finish the row with a 4' piece.
2nd row - Cut a 2' piece. Then install a 8' piece. Out of the 6' scrap piece cut a 2' piece and install it.
3rd row - Install a 4' piece, then an 8' piece, Then your remaining 4' piece.
Follow that pattern for the rest of your ceiling and you shouldn't see the joints as much. Read Less
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How do you install those on a popcorn ceiling? Is liquid nail glue OK? How to you cut these ...

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How do you install those on a popcorn ceiling? Is liquid nail glue OK? How to you cut these panels to make them fit at the end of the walls? Any instruction video on line or something? Thanks!
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We apologize for the set back we are not seeing any assembly instruction for the planking We would suggest to call our install team in your area to see if there able to set up a free in home consult to go over the project with you. There number would be ( 1-855-752-3352) -We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We apologize for the set back we are not seeing any assembly instruction for the planking We would suggest to call our install team in your area to see if there able to set up a free in home consult to go over the project with you. There number would be ( 1-855-752-3352) -We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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Can this paneling be used on the ceiling of a covered outdoor porch? Weather resistant????

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October 6, 2016
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This item is meant for interior use only.
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Will brad nails hold MDF beadboard up on a ceiling? re its weight.

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We are replacing old panelling that is on our ceiling and wanted the beadboard look (500 sqft). but thought impossible re it's weight with brad nails (plus don't want nails to show). Then we looked at t&G V joint (less weight for brad nails). I see people use beadboard quite often but my husband doesn't think the brad nails will hold it.
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October 13, 2016
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16 or 18 gauge finish nails are preferred. Glue is not necessary for installing this trim.. Make sure when nailing, to locate and nail into studs for maximum holding strength.
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This product looks great this product was easy to install & easy to clean. also great product for first time DIYer. April 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Came Out Great! I used this product to panel a previously drywalled hallway, and I had to work this beadboard around 2 bi-fold closets and 5 doors. The long, single planks were easy to cut and trim to fit all these difficult areas, and that never could have been done as easily using 4' x 8' panels. The tongue and groove slip joints are simple once you get the hang of it. I installed this singlehandedly and used small nails and no glue with no problems. This is a rental property so the hallway walls can take a beating but I've had no problems with damage in almost 5 years of use. Everyone comments how great it looks, and a friend is doing the same thing at his place after seeing mine. March 13, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Hard way I wish I hadn't bought this stuff. Right off the bat, the instructions say to open the package and allow the planks to sit for 72 hours. Then it says to paint both sides. Now with a light coat of paint, the tongue and groove won't fit together. Be smarter than me and just buy the 48" panels if you want the bead board look. July 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by if this product was made correctly it would install and look much better this product looked to me like they made it on friday afternoon!!!...in a hurry. the groove does not mach up with the tounge, in most pieces i have the tounge doesnt even fit into the groove, also when you nail it solid you cant get the next piece to side into the groove. very poorly made, very inconsistent pieces, maybe every forth or fifth board is made correctly. very disappionted in this, once i get it all up it will just look okay, if i didnt have it glued i would pull it all down and get something else. i plan on visiting home depot with a few of these pieces and giving them a big piece of my mind. and also my wife has discover many new cuss words, some i didnt know i new!!!!! dont buy it!!! April 2, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Although the final project looked nice, the quality of the boards were quite thin. The boards were easy to cut, but were very thin. I was nervous that the boards would flake away before I got them on the wall. I nailed them with 1" brads because I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to cover the nail holes if I used anything larger. The overall job looked very nice when I was finished, but i don't see them lasting that long. I hope they do. September 4, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Product is easy to work with and install. We found the product easy to work with and to install. We purchased this from the website for home delivery. Note that the local store DOES NOT stock the same material, interlocking edges are machined differently on the store product, so when we decided to purchase a bit more we had to re-order from the website. November 4, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Tongues in Grooves? Does anyone know -- Is there an EASY way to get the tongues fitting into the grooves? The "Hammer and a Wood Block" suggestion in the Instructions, too often results in knocking the plank out of its Groove at the other end. June 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wonderful We used this as a ceiling for our remodeled kitchen, it looks wonderful. It is a two person job to get it installed needing both glue and small nails. So install was a little more than we thought but the end result is wonderful. March 19, 2013
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