Wide Plank White Pine Flooring
Product Specifications: White Pine Wide Plank Flooring - Finish Grade
• Exposed Width: 7 1/8"
• Thickness: 3/4"
• Profile: Center Match face (squared edges) with Nickel Gap (Shiplap) profile on reverse face.
• Available Lengths: 8', 10’, 12’, 14’, and 16'. This product is sold in random lengths only.
• Available Widths: 6", 8", 10", 12".
• Stocking Availability: 6" and 8" widths are normally in stock. 10" and 12" widths must be special ordered and require a 4-6 week lead time.
• Grade: NeLMA Standard Grade.
• Joinery Type: Tongue and Groove.
• Texture: Milled smooth both faces.
• Installation Type: Stainless Steel Nail or Screw.
• Cutting Waste: Recommended approximately 5%-10% for most floors.
• Shipping Options: Flat-bed tractor trailer, Roll Back, LTL Carrier. Shipping method is determined based on location and order size to minimize cost.
You can calculate the coverage for the Shiplap Siding using our Tips page: How Do I Determine How Much Lumber I Need? Please call us if you would like a free takeoff for your project as well.
NeLMA Eastern White Pine Grade Information
Our White Pine Tongue and Groove Shiplap Siding is ready for installation once received on your jobsite. However, wood will shrink and swell with any changes in moisture content and weather. According to NeLMA, to minimize dimensional change after installation, install shiplap siding at a moisture content that matches with local climate as closely as possible. If climate in a particular region causes wood to maintain 8% to 13% moisture content annually, then the most ideal shiplap siding would be installed at a moisture content within that range, and the material would be stored, stickered and protected for a week to ten days prior to application.
With any unfinished interior wood, applying a quality finish to all surfaces (including the ends) is recommended. An interior finish protects the wood from moisture absorption and UV degradation, and helps prevent any finger stains caused by touching the unfinished wood. On occasion, the shiplap siding may have a mill glaze that is produced when the material is manufactured through the planer. When mill glaze occurs, it is recommended to remove it by sanding prior to staining or clear coating the wood. Sanding is not recommended as a first option unless every piece is sanded. We offer a wide selection of Water Based Interior Finishes that we can recommend based on the final sheen level and look that is desired. Most interior finishes do not have to be re-coated or reapplied depending on the UV exposure to your home. You can find all of the interior stains and finish products that we carry at our Interior Stains page
Storage Prior To Application:
Until installed, all shiplap siding needs protection from direct sunlight, water saturation, snow, ice, dirt, and other elements. Ideally, the shiplap siding should be stored in an enclosed building such as a garage prior to use. It is best to store the shiplap siding flat and off the ground with a vapor barrier so that moisture is not absorbed through the bottom boards of the stack. If stored outside, the siding should be protected with a waterproof covering elevated in the center so that water does not pool on the cover. We also recommend that you do not completely seal the bundle, as good air circulation is required to prevent any blue stain or molding.
|Species||Eastern White Pine|
|Edge Profile||Square-Edge Tongue & Groove|