The next two pictures show 9 inch pine grainery boards. One side of these have a bit of concrete residue that will sand off real easy.When sanded and finished they will look just like the ceiling boards below. I have 378 sq ft on hand at this time email@example.com The following pictures will show using 7″ or 9″ wide grainary boards from the early 1900s to make a beautiful ceiling .We sell many thousand feet per year.These boards are from 3 feet to 20 feet long.Some of these boards are planed(smooth) or rough sawed.The ceilings have three coats of satin polyuathane.Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Bill 641-891-7311 www.tworiverstradingco.net
The next two pictures show 7″ shiplap cut down to make 51/2 inch siding boards.This is the southern way to make siding 100/125 years ago. This is white pine.