Interior paneling


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Old 12-27-12, 04:12 PM
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Question Interior paneling

Does anyone know of a source, that is available on the West Coast, for 4 by 8 foot paneling made with a real wood veneer? I have looked at all of the photo-quality stuff on the market and want to put rear wood paneling in my cabin.

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Old 12-27-12, 05:00 PM
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I don't know if it's available on the west coast, but I have used both T&G wainscot and 4X8 beadboard.
 
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If you need panels, the 3/8 beadboard may work. However it helps to have it installed substrate such as sheetrock, or it will wave on you between stud bays. If it is a cabin, you can do what we do a lot here in the mountains....install real T&G beadboard. Gives a solid rich look to the rooms. No backer is required.

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Edit: Whoa, I just noticed the forum....outdoor lumber. Is this for an interior application or exterior? May have given bad info.
 

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Old 12-29-12, 08:49 AM
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Sorry, should have said it is an interior application. Should I repost on the interior forum? I am in So Cal; is it expensive to ship from NJ wood? I wonder why there are no west coast providers?
 
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Old 12-30-12, 06:06 AM
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I moved the thread here so it would get more exposure. Certainly there are lumber yards out there that will handle the panels you want. I would think it horribly expensive to ship something like that from coast to coast.
 
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I'm with Larry - there has to be a source of this close by.
 
 

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