A Wood Guide to Tongue and Groove

Timber tongue and groove boarding or wood tongue and groove boarding can be used for multiple applications from wood wall panelling to ceiling boarding. Plus it can be used in the manufacture of doors and more. We offer as internal panelling or external cladding.

What is all means: What does T&G stand for? T&G stands for tongue and groove. Or what does TG stand for? TG stands for tongue and groove. T&G Boards is also sometimes used to describe this product, or VTG and timber vt&g boarding for 'V' Jointed boarding. Bead and butt for a board with a bead or small round - we offer many boards of these types. 

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Quick guide to tongue and groove hardwood flooring

Tongue and groove (T&G) is a particular installation method that associated with wooden floors.  It is the traditional method that has been used for decades to install different types of solid and engineered hardwood flooring.

Planks of tongue and groove flooring have tongues and grooves that fit together perfectly creating a smooth, snug fit, resulting in gap free flooring.  Each plank has one long side and one short side with a protruding tongue and one long side and one short side with a rebated groove.

Read More: https://www.ambiencehardwoodflooring.co.uk/wood-flooring-guide/quick-guide-to-tongue-and-groove-hardwood-flooring/


A Guide to Tongue-and-Groove Wall Panels

Tongue-and-groove panelling is a favourable renovation choice for those looking for a hard-wearing, affordable alternative to tiling and drywall interiors. As modern and sophisticated as it is robust and long-lasting, tongue-and-groove wall panels present endless decorative opportunities and can be neatly slotted into any large, or confined space. 

Read More: https://www.panelcompany.co.uk/blogs/news/a-guide-to-tongue-and-groove-wall-panels


Tongue and Groove Cladding for Sheds: Ultimate Guide (2021)

Are you looking to buy a garden shed? Then you might be wondering what all this talk about tongues, grooves, and shiplap is. Lucky for you, we’re here to help.

Tongue and groove cladding for sheds is a top contender when choosing what type of shed to buy. And we’ve already sung from the rooftops about the advantages to tongue and groove cladding. 

But we realised people still had questions. So we’ve scoured the internet and racked our brains to try and answer them all.

Read More: https://www.gardenbuildingsdirect.co.uk/blog/tongue-and-groove-cladding/


What is tongue and groove wood construction?

The tongue and groove joint is a strong joint that's widely used as a method of fitting similar objects together, edge to edge, used mainly with wood, in flooring, panelling, and similar constructions.

Tongue and groove joints allow two flat pieces to be joined together in a strong position to make a single flat surface. Generally all playhouses are made with tongue and groove boards to add to the stability of the construction. Tongue and groove joints also allow the wood to move naturally without visible gaps appearing between the boards.

Read More: https://www.biggamehunters.co.uk/acatalog/what-is-tongue-and-groove-wood.html



When we renovated our home back in 2015 there were a stack of jobs that had to be moved onto the “nice to have” list! You know the scenario! The funds just won’t stretch to cover absolutely everything and good things come to those who wait, hey!?

I’ve always loved Tongue & Groove paneling, whether it be in a grand stately home or in a family home. I think it adds a warm country, cosy feel to any home.

I get asked alot about how we went about fitting tongue and groove paneling so I thought I’d pop it in a blog!

Read More: https://greenbankinteriors.com/how-to-transform-your-hallway-with-traditional-panelling/



A tongue and groove joint is a type of woodworking joint that simplifies the installation process of wood boards and materials. Its main purpose is to easily fit groove boards and joints together with minimal stress or effort involved. The tongue and groove woodworking joint is mostly used in panelling, ceiling or wall wood design, and flooring. The wood joint works by slotting the edges of the wooden tongues into the grooves.

Read More: https://www.hardieboysinc.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-tongue-and-groove/


We hope you find these tongue and groove articles interesting.

To view our tongue and groove profiles please click here.

Posted on Friday 03 September 2021 at 11:46


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