Wood Ceiling Panels, Planks available with V-Groove

Are you looking to add a truly unique look to your home? High-end designers have been known to accentuate areas that are often overlooked by installing wood ceiling panels that have a v-groove. What’s V-groove? A V-groove is basically a deeper bevel and is most commonly seen in tongue and groove wood.

The Vgroove profile adds an attractive element to any wood ceiling.

The Vgroove profile adds an attractive element to any wood ceiling.

Why buy wood ceiling panels made of exotic species? Let’s say you’ve just installed ipe wood ceiling panels. Because the exposure to the sun is dramatically minimized, the ipe ceiling planks  it will be years before you have to apply a finish (around 4-5 years as opposed to every 1-2 years)The major advantage to using this wood is because it will last longer and stand up to the elements better than synthetic materials, drywall, and concrete.

You can get custom-milled vgroove panels in a variety of hardwoods (not just cedar). This includes some of the most popular and reputable exotic hardwoods such as ipe, tigerwood, cumaru, and garapa.

Here are some applications that look great with custom-milled v-groove paneling:

  • Wall panels
  • Ceiling panels
  • Covered patio porch ceilings
  • Undermount decking system covers
  • Car-port ceilings

NOTE: V-grooved wood is not recommended for flooring applications as it would be a tripping hazard and would be hard to clean.

Visit our  custom-milled hardwood lumber profiles page to see the many ways we make ordering lumber easy and affordable.

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5 thoughts on “Wood Ceiling Panels, Planks available with V-Groove

  1. Jerry Harvey

    Send me info on material for ceilings (wood); that you have available. I prefer the v-groove.

    Thanks,

    Jerry

  2. Andy

    What type of finish would you put on wood planking for a ceiling (matl = fir) on a patio in Phoenix, AZ

  3. Tony Truscello

    Looking to put a new wood ceiling over an old pine plank ceiling with water stains. Leaks were fixed. The ceiling is 24′ x 18′ with the planks running the width of the 24′. What are the options and cost for 432sqft

  4. Jim Pearson

    I am looking for a small quantity of cedar tongue and groove planking to be used for a 50-60 sq foot bathroom ceiling. Would you have anything appropriate that I could purchase?

  5. Paul Ross

    I am considering doing a tongue and groove ceiling in our kitchen, was wondering about pricing and if it would be in our budget. What we were looking for is a pre-finished darker wood. Do you have a catalog you could send or something like that? Thank you.

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