Pine siding adds a classic country style look to your room. Just like hardwood floors, the boards come in strips and are 3 to 5 inches wide, depending on the style you choose. With a tongue and groove assembly you can hang the boards without the nails visible. To install the maps, you have to search the ceiling beams.
If you install new pine siding that you would like to rework, paint them first on both sides. Alternatively, you can dye the boards and apply a surface product; but if you choose to dye them, you must first apply a jaw sealer. Pine has an open wood grain and a high resin content that may look spotty if stained without a pine sealer. Treatment of the boards on both sides reduces the risk due to moisture warping.
Steps For Installing The Pine Siding
Use a crowbar to remove all trim on the ceiling. Using a security change to make the back to drag, to the face to protect and make it moreover professional. Switch to the lighting on the ceiling where the panel is installed on the circuit breaker. Can you remove it? Be sure to move the device aside to reseat it to install. Remove ceiling grille and other obstacles. Use a bolt finder to find the ceiling beam over your ceiling. Press the buttons on both sides of the device and guide it along the ceiling parallel to the longest wall. Highlight each point where the finder beeps and flashes that a frame element is present. Do the same on the opposite wall. Using a chalk line to the length of the mark on the page to mark on the other page to mark. The lines have to be some inches apart. Some newer designs may be 16 inches apart.
Start with the installation along the longest wall in the room. Position a long side strip of the siding with the tongue side out and the groove towards the wall. Place the end 1/4 inch from the wall at the corner. Thread a long caps crew through the fairing into the first bar, as indicated by the chalk line, out of the wall. Drive a bolt through the siding into each beam. Retract the screws until the heads are just over the side of the siding. Push the next piece to the open end of the first and screw it in the same way against the ceiling. Add one screw to each bar across the length of the plate. Continue to add planks of full length as long as possible. Measure and cut a plank to fit from the last full piece from the far wall and fasten it.