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9/16 in. x 7-1/4 in. x 8 ft. Radiata Pine Nickel Gap Ship Lap Board

  • Perfect for accent walls and other DIY projects
  • Can be primed then painted/sealed then stained
  • Meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance
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Product Overview

9/16 in. x 7-1/4 in. White Shiplap provides a clean interior look of a nickel gap wall panel. This pre primed board can be used in a number of interior applications, both residential and commercial for walls and ceiling. The high quality priming allows for a broad selection of finished looks that enhances and complements any decor. This pine product is not only stable and warp free, but also provides a durable product that will stand up to the rigors of any application while retaining its clean and finished look.
  • Radiata pine provides a stable, clean, warp free product
  • Pre-primed for easy finishing
  • Made from sustainable forest supply
  • Recommended for interior use only
  • Beautiful finished look

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
8
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.56
Actual Product Width (in.)
7.25
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
4.42 ft²
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1/2
Nominal Product Width (in.)
7.25

Details

Appearance Board Type
Softwood Boards
Board Joint Type
Shiplap
Fastener recommendation
Nails, Glue
Features
Finger Joint
Finish Type
Primed
Lumber Grade
Appearance Grade
Material
Pine
Moisture content
Kiln Dried
Number Of Boards Per Pack
1
Texture
Smooth

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

Questions & Answers

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How many boards do I need for my 92 inch high wall? I'm doing a 6ft w by 92in h panel, but not su...

Asked by Dave December 31, 2019
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I typically divide the wall height by 6.5 (which is the face measurement of the board, the area you see...) the remaining 3/4” is the “lap” part that is tucked behind each board. 92/6.5 comes to 14 .15 boards. You can always return a board or two that you don’t use. But it’s better to have an extra one just in case you experience a mis-cut around an outlet or something. Best to you and your project!

How do you get the right gap between boards.

Asked by MMeyer August 25, 2019
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The underlying edge is longer than the overlapping edge. Tap in till it is tight and there you have it. I did use a level to make sure I was staying in line.

What size finish nail would be best to hold these up? Do you recommend nail through the face of t...

Asked by JphO November 5, 2019
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I used two 2-inch brads in each board, one in the tongue (hidden) and one in the face which you need to fill and paint.

can this product be used for outdoor siding, if properly painted?

Asked by gtuner December 28, 2018
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Per the manufacturer's spec sheet ... "It is an interior product, not to be used in outside applications". So, I guess you do so at your own risk if you choose to use it for an outside application.

is this product recommended to be installed in a bathroom?

Asked by alana August 15, 2019
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Since it's real wood, bathroom installation shouldn't be a problem. I'd put a rough coat of paint on the inside surface, lust to be sure.

How wide is the appearance face?

Asked by Mike July 16, 2018
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6 5/8"

Can you install these boards on either side?

Asked by Maximus November 17, 2020
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The grooved side is to prevent warping and is not as smooth as the face side, but, I suppose, if that's the look you are going for, you could do it.

Nail location for wall and ceiling

Asked by Ardoza September 28, 2020
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We've used this product in several ceiling applications, both the six and eight-inch versions and we have found that either nailing pattern works well. However, if you nail into the tongue and place one nail on the face, you will have fewer nail holes to fill. We used two-inch, 18-ga. brads, but finishing nails or 1/4-in. staples will also work but leave larger holes. We use matching 1 x 2s around the edges and paint before installation. They look great, consistent gap, straight boards.

is this okay for outside covered patio in so cal?

Asked by HYDRA July 6, 2020
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i need 72s feet

Asked by FRANCES July 12, 2020
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Good product. Primed surface made for easy application of desired paint color.
Good product. Primed surface made for easy application of desired paint color.
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I found out the hard way this is for interior use only. The HD display tag did not specify. After...
I found out the hard way this is for interior use only. The HD display tag did not specify. After I returned the boards the manufacture returned my phone call, and said it would be ok for a patio cover ceiling if it stayed dry, but would not guarantee it. I only had 3 rows up, when I noticed some of the boards has a made in Chile sticker and had an umbrella symbol crossed out. The made in Mexico boards did not. Home Depot was great about my returning the boards. Like with all wood products, you have to weed out the warped boards. The 3 rows I did looked great. I was very disappointed that I had to return them and search for an alternative ceiling product. Installation suggestion. Use a rafter square to gauge a slightly wider gap. This allows addition plus or minus movement when pushing or pulling boards for warpage. There is some.
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Easy to Work With
Bought this for several projects and always pleased with the final result. I always go to pick in person so i get reasonably straight pieces with little imperfections. Just make sure you have spacers/shims and a level to keep things even straight. Also if you cut finshed side down you’ll reduce paint/primer chipping.
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My husband made a window valence out of it. Love it. Looks great!!
My husband made a window valence out of it. Love it. Looks great!!
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The material is good overall I like...
The material is good overall I like the fact that it’s primed and quite dimensional but some of it is capped and warped and it gives the wall a different kind of appearance that way
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I surrounded my wife’s tub area with this wood painted it semi gloss white and she loved it. It l...
I surrounded my wife’s tub area with this wood painted it semi gloss white and she loved it. It look very old fashioned county style.
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Love this shiplap. Easy to install and finished look is outstanding.
Love this shiplap. Easy to install and finished look is outstanding.
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Love it! Easy to install snd looks great....
Love it! Easy to install snd looks great.
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The product was shipped to me and came well packed and did not bow. The driver was outstanding in...
The product was shipped to me and came well packed and did not bow. The driver was outstanding in maneuvering the forklift. While the boards were protected and ding free many of the board faces stuck together. When pryed apart, some of the primer came off of one board and attached to the other board. This required sanding to smooth. About half of the boards were not square on one end. This required an extra cut to square the end. The finished product when painted looks great but it took a lot of extra work to get there. Product quality control was lacking.
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