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shiplap

[′ship‚lap]
(materials)
Lumber whose edges are rabbeted in order to make a close overlapping joint. Also known as shiplap board; shiplap siding.

shiplap, shiplap boards, shiplap siding

Wood sheathing whose edges are rabbeted to make an overlapping joint.
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Caption: This homestead from the turn of the last century, with its original shiplap siding, is on the market for $324,900.
People cycle about down leafy lanes between imposing houses of stone and shiplap timbers, or drive past in open-top cars and minimokes.
HGTV offers up plenty of ordinary queer fare with House Hunters, Flip or Flop, the wonderfully metro Property Brothers (and its many spin-offs), and my current (though less racially and culturally diverse) non-tiny fave, Fixer Upper, which stars an adorable straight mixed-race Christian couple in Waco, Texas, who reinvent houses, love shiplap, and raise lots of cute kids.
It is a modular system, he said, with columns that have slots in both sides with shiplap panels that slide down between the columns.
We have a breezeway sided with the same shiplap connecting the house to the garage.
Shiplap exterior siding, fir partitions, three-inch fir flooring either painted or covered in 'battleship linoleum', stone or brick fireplaces and chimneys, and expansive casement windows, were typical design elements.
(36) Finished structures were covered with tarpaper and clad in shiplap siding.
The walls were framed from 45x45mm planed timber clad on the outside with shiplap boards, and on the inside with 12mm roofing grade plywood.
Product of the week A BIG shed gives you lots of scope to create the garden room of your dreams, and the wooden Shire Shiplap Double Door Apex 13' x 7' Shed (PS669, Screwfix) is certainly big -you get a lot of shed for your money.