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 Shiplap Siding

Shiplap siding was commonly used as insulation in farmhouses and is often found under an existing wall being renovated. But today it has become very popular in creating a rustic style in contemporary elements as often seen in Fixer Upper with Chip and Joanna Gaines.

Shiplap siding has a 1/2″ rabbet on opposite sides of each end. The rabbet allows the boards to overlap creating a channel that gives shadow line effects. You may choose a flush shiplap effect or create a gap such as the popular nickel gap. We offer new shiplap products in Eastern White Pine, Western Red Cedar and Cypress. It can be stained to complement your modern decor or painted for a subtle texture.

Available in random lengths 8′ to 16′.

Contact us for more information.

Installation Information

1x6 Eastern White Pine

Standard Grade

Price : $.85/l.f.

1 x 6 Eastern White Pine Tongue and Groove Shiplap

Smooth both sides; Nickle gap one side, flush join other side

Price : $1.09/l.f.

1 x 8 Eastern White Pine

Standard Grade

Price : $.95/l.f.

1 x 8 Eastern White Pine Tongue and Groove Shiplap

Smooth both sides; Nickle gap one side, flush join other side

Price : $1.25/l.f.

1 x 12 Eastern White Pine

Standard Grade

Price : $1.59/l.f.

Quantity discounts available. Please call for availability and pricing.

1x6 Western Red Cedar Shiplap Siding

Select Tight Knot Grade Smooth one side, rough the other side

Price : Call for pricing and availability

1 x 8 Western Red Cedar Shiplap Siding

Select Tight Knot Grade Smooth one side, rough the other side

Price : Call for pricing and availability

1x6 Cypress Shiplap Siding

Smooth one side; rough other side

Price : Special Order- Call for pricing and availability

1x8 Cypress Shiplap Siding

Smooth one side; rough the other side

Price : Special Order- Call for pricing and availability