WPC with tongue and groove is made of boards of wood or composite material that have been molded or cut with a tongue on one edge and a groove, or long slot in the side of the board, on the other. The groove and tongue are both cut the whole length of the decking, with the tongue being cut to fit precisely into the groove of the neighboring board. The goal is to produce a surface that is both beautiful and durable, with the appearance of real wood and superior strength comparable to mortise and tenon joinery.
The production of wpc mit nut und feder decking involves the use of several different materials. Woods like southern pine, cedar, redwood, spruce, and Ipe are frequently used to make it. Pine and spruce are often the least expensive of these woods, while Ipe, a neotropical hardwood known for its pest and weather resistance, is the priciest. Prices and availability of various woods vary.
Nationwide Tongue and Groove Roof Decking
Are you looking for a beautiful roof decking solution for your wood building? WPC with tongue and groove roof-decking products are available from Galyon Timber and Glulam in a variety of styles. With so many alternatives available, we can typically offer goods that will complement your timber to create a consistent aesthetic.
What Is a WPC boards with tongue and groove?
The majority of the general contractors, architects, and engineers with whom we collaborate are accustomed to thinking of wpc bretter mit nut und feder roof decking as the element that visually elevates a cathedral ceiling. But in our opinion, this style of roof decking has structural merit all on its own. Our clients get a product that is both structurally sound and aesthetically beautiful when they choose high quality tongue and groove roof decking.
What Roof Decking Options Do I Have?
We provide WPC boards with tongue and groove roof decking in a variety of species, including Southern Yellow Pine, Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, and Spruce Pine Fir. A variety of nominal thicknesses are available for each of these choices. Other choices include:
- Wire or surface brushed
- Laminated or solid
- Random or predetermined lengths
- Square or matching ends
- A side “V”-shaped edge.
Criteria for roof decking
We adhere to the standards established by the American Institute of Timber Construction when providing commercial general contractors with roof decking. The AITC outlines tight criteria on controlled random layup when establishing the length of your decking pieces. The requirements for two-inch decking are as follows:
- 40 percent or more must be 14 feet or longer.
- Not more than 10% may be shorter than 10 feet.
- A maximum of 1% should be 4–5 feet.
- Minimum length must be less than 75% of the span length.
The consistency and durability of WPC with tongue and groove decking are benefits. Composite tongue and groove decking does not absorb moisture or warp. In contrast to natural timbers, notably pine, which will distort and require adjustment during installation. The “green” use of resources is an additional benefit of composite tongue and groove decking. Which constructed of recycled plastic or recycled polymer.
Although WPC with tongue and groove porch decking is the most popular use, roofing and internal ceilings can also be constructed using this type of wood decking. Standard width tongue and groove decking is used to cover ceilings in homes and cabins to give them a rustic appearance rather than gypsum wallboard or any conventional material. The decking application procedures are the same as for a porch or pool deck.
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