Tongue and groove paneling is a style of joining two pieces of material together. One side of the panel has a projection called a tongue and the other side has a groove. The panels are laid flat, with each projection fitting into the groove next to it. This system interlocks the panels so that they remain in place, and can be used on floors, walls, siding, ceilings and many other locations. The different joints and surface textures in tongue and groove siding combine to provide a range of shadow line effects that enhance the product’s versatility.
Tongue and groove can be installed horizontally, vertically or diagonally, each method giving a distinctly different look. Our tongue and groove lumber is available in several species: moisture resistant Western Red cedar, strong Pacific Northwest Doug Fir and budget-friendly regional Pine. Pressure treated T&G is also available for use in barns, garages, landscaping and outbuildings.
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