Shiplap Walls

Shiplap Walls

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Shiplap refers to a special inter-locking board, similar to tongue-and-groove but with a tighter, overlapping fit. These wood panels create an effective seal, and are a popular style choice for the inside of homes, from modern to rustic.

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While most shiplap siding is cheaper than other siding materials, some vinyl and metal sidings are less expensive than shiplap. In terms of the interior, drywall is also cheaper than shiplap.

Early shipbuilding methods may have used a form a shiplap to construct the hull of a ship. The boards overlapping each other formed a watertight surface, which would make the vessel seaworthy.

They are boards that have been milled so that the top and bottom of each piece has a joint, so they can be stacked as siding. So shiplap boards rest on top of each other and overlap, while tongue-and-groove planks join together and interlock.