From the joinery to the carpentry business, from the workshop to the tool shed in the court yard – boards and battens are the most important basics when it comes to timber construction work. You want to add warmth, and coziness to your home? We will show you how to create a very nice atmosphere with panels and profiled wood. It’s that easy!
The Right Wood For Every Building Plan
Boards are the basics for woodwork, which results in flat structures. The boards have usually a low thickness of 8mm and do not exceed the permitted thickness of 45mm. Their width is at least 80mm and therefore the complete range of boards contains many dimensions that are compliant. Slats on the other hand, are mainly used for connections and substructures. A classic example of this are the battens that roofers use to equip every roof truss. But also in individual wooden construction at the building and in interior decoration, slats in different dimensions are the globally relevant construction timber.
The Work Step
For ceiling paneling with profiled wood you need one substructure made of roof battens. This batten will stably attached to the mounting ceiling. With concrete ceilings fixing with push-through dowels makes sense. For this the roof battens and the ceiling are in the dowel drilled. After setting the dowel through the batten be screwed immediately. Especially with the large amount, you will appreciate this step. Always use a fastening method that matches the texture of the ceiling. An encircling shadow gap provides a break-up and allows the profiled wooden boards to be spaced from the wall. Therefore are planed boards in the thickness of the slats and one width of about 5 cm suitable.
Attach Profile Wood
The profile boards are fastened with profile claws. The first board is fastened with initial claws. For this first nail the claws to the substructure and then that place the first board with the spring on the claw. Now fasten the profile board with claws. Put on another board and also on the groove side nail with claws. All other profile boards as well attach. If you don’t have enough free hands to do the holding boards during attachment, board tongs will help you. It is best to use a nail holder for nailing. When installing a circumferential shadow gap, the optical result enhanced when the outer boards of the substructure can be painted in color. A dark one underlines the depth effect of the joint.
Profiled Wood On Sloping Ceilings
A common application for profiled wood are sloping ceilings. Here, an insulation between the rafters has to be built in. The profile boards are attached like sideways. You can use rafters that are not aligned equalize wooden tiles. If the rafter thickness is not sufficient for the required insulation, you can place another in a second. Apply insulation layer. There is a counter batten for this required, you could also mount the profile vertically
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