White Pine paneling is like a chameleon. Whether your home has a traditional log cabin look or a more modern design, Pine paneling can range from rustic to sleek to any style in-between. Boasting similar benefits to Pine log siding, tongue and groove Pine paneling is the preferred choice for homeowners seeking the versatility of Pine building products without sacrificing character or savings.
- Versatility: Pine log paneling holds a finish well, and it can be customized with paint or stain to match an existing color scheme in a home remodel or to create a new look in a custom build. Tongue and groove pin Paneling can be mounted to the wall vertically or horizontally depending on the look you’re try to achieve. It’s also a great wood paneling choice for both interior and exterior applications.
- Character: Many people love Pine paneling, also known as knotty pine, for its distinct wood grain. Though it takes paint or stain beautifully, tongue and groove Pine paneling looks great left natural, too. And when it’s properly sealed and maintained, Pine’s beauty can last many years.
- Affordability: Pine is a naturally occurring resource, and it’s widely available. This helps contribute to its relatively low cost. Though its price tag may be smaller than other wood building products, homeowners who choose tongue and groove Pine paneling won’t sacrifice quality. Pine is a stable, strong and durable wood paneling choice that’s easy to work with.
Heartwood Mills offers rough sawn or smooth Pine paneling to suit any project style. Our Pine paneling comes tongue-and-grooved with end-matching. These smaller end-matched pieces are easy to install, create visual appeal and reduce material and time waste to help keep project schedules moving and save money. Our end-matching process also removes defects in the wood, such as knots, that could affect the integrity of the final product. Learn more about end-matching and the benefits of using end-matched wood building products.