Tag: T&G

Author – Ryan Palma Owner/CEO Sustainable Lumber Co. The choice between Shiplap cladding vs. tongue and groove primarily depends on personal preference and the specific application. Both T&G and shiplap are popular styles of paneling used in interior and exterior design, particularly for walls and ceilings. Here’s a comparison of Shiplap cladding vs. tongue and groove to help […]

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What is End-Matching and Why is it So Important? Click here to view our extensive line of sustainable hardwood floors. Receive a delivered price to your project by clicking here. Author – Ryan Palma Owner/CEO Sustainable Lumber Co. End-matching is when a wood board has a tongue and groove (T&G) on the end. This feature is found in our sustainable […]

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Why Are Our Skiplap Wall & Ceiling Boards Better Than Shiplap Wood Cladding? Author – Ryan Palma Owner/CEO Sustainable Lumber Co. Shiplap wood cladding, by definition, is “boards that have been milled so the top and bottom of each piece has a rabbet joint so that they can be stacked as siding.” In a nutshell, shiplap boards rest […]

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What is End-Matched Tongue and Groove Flooring & Paneling? End-matching is where a piece of flooring or wall paneling has tongue and grooves (T&G) on the ends. This enables the installer to “float” studs or joists and locks each board together on all 4 sides. End-matching creates little to no waste since you don’t have […]

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