Shiplap siding is an old fashioned vertical siding. It is commonly cut full sawn 1” thick and 8”-12” widths out of Sugar Pine and Cedar. The board has a rabbit cut out on each side allowing each board to overlap and cover the gap to the last board.

Photos Tara Borsack


Board N Batten or Batten Board siding is very common siding on historic homesteads, ranches and farms across the U.S. It is ran vertically board to board and the batten is nailed covering the gap between the vertical ran boards. Board n Batten is sawn mostly in the Pacific Northwest from Cedar and Sugar Pine at a full 1” thick 12” wide Board with the Batten 1” thick and 3”-4” wide.

Photos Del Rio