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Freeland Chamber

Whidbey Millhouse

1694 Main St. Warehouse #3

Freeland WA 98249

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Whidbey Millhouse®

Tight knot pine shiplap T&G nickel-gap joints

1x6  $ 1.95 sqft/ $ 0.77 lin.ft.

1x8  $ 2.00 sqft/ $ 1.08 lin.ft.



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Shiplap Wall
Soffit Shiplap

Product information:

* Lengths 8'-16' shipped locally

* Lengths 8' shipped nationwide

* T&G nickel gap joints

* Joint helps hold boards flat

* #2 common pine, no holes

* 1x6 Net 11/16" x 5-1/4" 

* 1x8 Net 11/16" x 7" 

* Coverage 1/2" less due to overlap

* Milled to order typically in 5-7 days

* Not recommended for white paint

   For painting white see paint grade

* Not recommended for staining

   For staining see rustic shiplap

What is Ponderosa Pine?

Pinus ponderosa, commonly known as the ponderosa pine, bull pine, blackjack pine, or western yellow-pine, is a very large pine tree species of variable habitat native to the western United States and Canada. The National Register of Big Trees lists a Ponderosa Pine that is 235 ft tall and 324 in  in circumference. 


Interior applications are usually limited to doors, windows, moldings and furniture.  Ponderosa Pine has a low Janka rating.  It will dent and show wear quickly when used for flooring. That look however is common to mountain cabins and some old farm houses, where anything but rustic may look out of place.

Note: Occasionally we may run Idaho White Pine Pinus Monticola or ESLP.  If you are concerned please ask which species we're currently working with.