tongue and groove boards. t and g roof decking, however, looks classy and rich. in fact, t and g boards are most frequently used when the sheathing is visible from the inside such as in cathedral ceilings or in some cabin-style homes, especially if the span of the rafters is greater than 2 feet. t and g boards must be 5/8 inch thick if used on 2-foot-on
how do you size the thickness of roof decking? in my case i am considering tongue and groove teak decking on 5' rafter spans, 9 in 12 roof pitch, 10lb/sqf roofing tiles. tropical climate so no snow load.
perfect for exposed beam ceilings where it can serve as the ceiling below and the flooring or roof decking above. price below based on 1,000 lin.ft. random length order; for smaller job pricing, setup fees will apply. home >> products and prices >> tongue and groove >> tongue and groove v-joint/smooth joint 2x6 tongue and groove v-joint/smooth
detail: exposed ridge beam, collar ties or purlins as required, and 6x8 douglas fir plate beams.6x8 douglas fir rafters and 2x6 kiln-dried tongue and groove douglas fir, western pine, or western red cedar exposed plank decking with v-joint to the underside.
upcoming job is an outdoor 'room' with exposed beams/rafters. looking at using 2x tongue and groove for decking. but need info on allowable spans, best practices, good suppliers, etc. .any suggestions?
tongue and groove decking is roof decking used to span between glulam beams or heavy timber. selling to general contractors nationwide 865-584-4542 send us your specified material list or plans with specifications for your project through the upload portal listed.
*commonly spans 4 or 6 see disclaimer below our 2×6 1 select face t and g-v roof decking is better than most because we grade the face the side with the v so that its free of stain and open decayed knots/holes that you could stick a thumb down in. *ballpark pricing below*
it's a structural decking as opposed to just being aesthetic. i've only ever seen it in timber frames for roof decking and flooring where joists/rafters/purlins are far apart 4' plus . haven't seen the laminated one before, but 2x6 t and g is fairly common in that world. plus splices don't always need to land on a supporting rafter.
building a structural tongue and groove roof deck among other things, this video covers how we're doing the insulation in a way that leaves the framing and t and g exposed inside, by using rigid foam
exposed tongue and groove roof decking spans exposed tongue and groove roof decking spans . upcoming job is an outdoor 'room' with exposed beams/rafters. looking at using 2x tongue and groove for decking. but need info on allowable spans, for a given decking span length, ll requirement and a given deflection
does anyone know where i can find span tables for 3 1/2' thick tongue and groove floor deck plank . maybe a website for a manufacturer. i have googled it and have not had any luck. this is a commercial application and trying to span 4 to 6 feet.
decks, patios, porches, walkways, driveways, stairs, steps and docks - 2x6 tongue and groove as roof sheathing - 18x16 gable roof over my deck with exposed rafters and no ceiling. plan is to use 2x6 t and
4 tongue and groove roof decking. two-span continuous. all pieces are supported on three supports. all end joints occur in line on every other support figure 6 . controlled random layup. this arrangement is applicable to 4 or more supports 3 or more spans . with less than 4 supports, a special pattern requiring specified lengths must be used
laminated roof deck in 3x6 and 4x6 fir / larch is also available from structural wood corporation's inventory. wood decking is cut in a tongue and groove interlocking pattern along the edges of the pieces. end matching is specified to prevent the material ends from displacing out of plane in the common random lay-up installation.