Fairhope Woodworks offers 1” x 6” Nickel Gap / Shiplap and 1” x 6” V Groove wall board. The actual dimension for 1"x 6" are ¾" x 5 ½". These boards come in 9’ to 10’ lengths.
Our Nickel Gap / Shiplap a very popular. It is almost completely clear of defects such as knots. The pine wall siding option refreshes the interior with a casual comfortable cottage look. Great for wall boarding, ceilings, walls, wainscoting, paneling, and siding.
1”× 6” Gapped Shiplap Pine Paneling with ¼” gap | Cottage Paneling (5″ face) Wallboard.
Our V Groove is also a popular option. offering a slightly different look. Its milled from the same 1” x 6” pine and is almost completely clear of defects such as knots. Great for wall boarding, ceilings, walls, wainscoting, paneling, and siding.
We also offer the option to have the nickel gap/shiplap or our V Groove faux finished. Our faux finished boards are milled from #2 pine which gives the boards that old distressed barn wood finish look. We offer a variety of colors to match your decor. The faux finished boards come in 5’ lengths.
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Storage Prior To Application: When the wall board is received on a job site, the material must be acclimated before installation. Acclimating a yellow pine allows time for the wood to adjust itself to a moisture balancing point to help any future shrinking and swelling of the product. Ideally, all yellow pine should be stacked and sorted in each room where the wallboard is going to be installed 5 to 14 days prior to installation depending on the local humidity and weather conditions.
According to the Southern Forest Products Association (SFPA), making sure that you have the following job site conditions is key to the proper installation of Southern Yellow Pine: • The building is fully enclosed; all windows and exterior doors are installed. • The heating and cooling system is operational.