louver board

louver board

One of the narrow boards, placed at an angle, in a louver or louver window; also called a luffer board.
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It was constructed with siding composed of connected cartwheels, V-cut type planks, shiplap paneling, louver boards, with a steep, cone-shaped roof topped with a cross.
They nailed the 1-by-4s to 4-by-4 posts and 2-by-4 horizontal crosspieces, and slipped in 1-by-3 louver boards from the back side.