Reclaimed Nickel Gap Boards
Nickel Gap is often mistaken for shiplap. In fact some folks install shiplap using spacers to achieve the nickel gap look. Nickel Gap is milled using a tongue and groove technique where the tongue is longer than the groove. This creates a gap between the boards of 1/8", which is approximately the thickness of a nickel. Nickel gap can be used for both horizontal and vertical applications and are available in many different finishes as you can see below. These boards are 3/8" thick with a 4.5" face and come in 4' or 6' lengths. These reclaimed wood boards contribute towards satisfying credits MR3, MR4, and MR5 under LEED®. Our 6 foot long boards will cover approximately 2.25 square feet and our 4 foot long boards will cover approximately 1.5 square feet.