Interior applications: Shiplap paneling from Kebony

Modified wood cladding and decking manufacturer Kebony launched a line of shiplap paneling for interior applications. 

Traditional shiplap has been used for cladding for centuries, often employed for siding sheds, barns and homes. Traditional shiplap has a groove cut into the top and bottom, enabling the pieces to fit together in a tight seal, giving the shiplap its distinctive appearance, with subtle horizontal reveals between each lap.

Kebony's new tongue-and-groove nickel gap shiplap is available in Kebony Clear, and is initially offered throughout the North American market. It comes in 6” (nominal) and narrower widths as specified. Kebony's Traditional Shiplap is available in both Clear and Character grade.

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