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Wall material help

Posted by chippate (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 29, 08 at 14:50

does anyone have any idea what this might be on the walls in this pictures I'd like to something similar, but I can't figure out what the material is.

Thanks.

Here is a link that might be useful: Link to picture


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RE: Wall material help

I don't know what the material is but the walls look to be
covered in a ship lap type siding with a decorative edge
between each joint. It may be some type of man made material
since it is in a bathroom and subject to high humidity.
This is all a guess based on a picture.

Pooh Bear


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RE: Wall material help

Do you think I could use SYP 1x4 S4S for this sort of look?

Thanks!


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RE: Wall material help

You could. The results would depend on the grade of lumber
and the environment in which it will be used.
Number 2 grade would be as low as I would go and I would
not use SYP in a wet or humid area to avoid rot and/or mildew.

Pooh Bear


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