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wood wall panel cladding

It's a great idea to use wood wall panel cladding to give your house a genuine, rustic appearance. There are many possibilities, and it is simple to setup and maintain. These include shiplap, beadboard, board and batten, and shop drawings.

Board and batten

Adding board and batten wood wall cladding panels is a wonderful way to give a home personality and flare. Wainscoting, accent walls, and privacy fences frequently use this design. Also simple to install is it.

You can paint or stain board and batten to achieve the style you want. On solid plywood or OSB sheathing, board and batten siding can also be installed. Additionally, board and batten siding will raise the curb appeal of your house overall. This may hasten the sale of your house.

You must ensure the proper spacing while installing board and batten siding. Ideally, battens should be placed 12 to 24 inches apart. The look becomes more dimensional the closer the gap.

The size of the wall will determine the width of the boards you select. Either a wide or a thin board can be used. Additionally, you have a choice of one or two battens.

Why choose Newcobond wood wall panel cladding?

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Shop drawings

You can use a variety of design methods to create the ideal panel design for your wood wall project. Some of them are discussed in this article.

Perforated design is one type of design. You must specify the wall panel's width and height to use this method. Additionally, it establishes the panel's local x-axis directions.

Segmented design is a different approach. Only wooden wall panels can be used with this technique. It enables you to specify the distribution of the x- and y-axes within the panel as well as their directional alignment. After the design is finished, the panel's characteristics can be changed.

Force transfer design is the name of the third technique. Utilizing other elements to indirectly load wall panels is possible with this technique. Line loads can also be applied to the panels.

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