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Christopher Quast

Where can I buy knotty pine paneling and trim for my house ?

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I have checked menards and home depot and cant seem to find any. Can somebody tell me a good place to find this and also the trim strips.

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Goldtip, Menards handles tongue and groove knotty pine. It's pre-packaged in 14 squ ft packages that contain 6-8' lengths. I used it to finish my front porch and it's pretty nice to work with. The lengths are only 1/4-3/8" thick. Phred52

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Shaw lumber a little spendy but you get what you pay for.

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I recently saw some at Home Depot on an endcap that was packaged as Phred indicated.

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Last year, I picked up about 15 packs of knotty pine cabin grade T&G from Menards for about $3.50/pack the day after thanks giving. Actually, it was that Saturday.

I liked the imperfections of the cabin grade. Plus, I was able to buy enough to cut out sections that weren't great. If I had to do it again, I'd buy the same stuff. It really turned out nice!

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(thanks for the use of your kid, ShawnnyB!)

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