Published at Saturday, November 03rd 2018. by Eugenia Bradley in Ceiling.
We're getting ready to put up our nice new board ceiling, material that's being used this is a native pine milled right here in Massachusetts, 1 by 8 and it's tongue and groove there's the tongue and there's the groove. But it also has that slash cut and when you join them all together, you end up with a V groove. It'S called it makes for a very, very attractive ceiling, an old-fashioned look and well Larry.
The first question is well, it's a 34 feet long. So a lot of times this, the existing house, as you know it might not be as straight as new construction would be. So what we have to do is snap blue chalk lines on here, as this one is. This is a reference line that we're using uh-huh and what we want to do is make sure that the board's run parallels with the new front of the porch here, and we want to make sure that the first board is about equal to the last board. So you don't end up with a little strip here and there and whatnot. I hear you and you don't really have to scribe that first board to the contours of the house to that variation. We'Re gonna run a trim board underneath here on the whole outside.
Underneath exactly so, that'll take care of the of the crack.we're using annular stainless steel ring nails with a decent head and they stand up well in the weather and they're being nailed vertically, but those rings on the shank give them a lot of grips. They really grip well well because of the width of the board. We want to put in two or three nails in each one: okay. Well, let's watch you can put up the second board now you might want to hold it Bob there you go. I think Kenny's got it here. Okay, now you have to be careful with that tongue on the lumber. You don't want to bang it into place with your hammer right, so you take a cut off like Larry.
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