Which do you prefer – unfinished or rustic wood molding? As you move through each section of this blog, you must narrow down your choices. Unfinished molding will need either a clear natural finish or stain with a clear finish. The question is, “Who will do it?”
Some people have the skills to do a fabulous job of applying stains and finishes. If you enjoy finishing wood projects then, by all means, tackle this yourself but if you want to save time, avoid cleaning up the mess, and eliminate the odors, let the factory do all of the work. Their technicians do a superb job of creating perfect wood products. When it arrives, simply measure it, cut it, and nail it up. Unfinished or pre-finished rustic wood molding it is your choice.
Amazing Tongue and Groove Rustic Paneling
Before we move on, we must outline the advantages of a tongue and groove rustic paneling for your walls and ceilings. This will be the surface to which you will attach molding and trim. Tongue and groove boards are not milled like ordinary boards, and they have many benefits, such as:
- Each board has a tongue milled on one side and a groove milled on the other side.
- Paneling with the end-matching system also has a tongue on one end and a groove on the other end. These boards snap together on both the sides and ends for a tight fit.
- T&G paneling joins tightly anywhere between the wall studs. There is no need to butt and nail them on studs.
- They are precisely milled to stay flat when nailed to walls and ceilings.
- Nail and screw heads are not seen because the boards hide them.
- There are minimal cutting and waste with T&G paneling.
- It’s easy to see why tongue and groove rustic paneling is easy to install.
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