KCI school build - tongue and groove

Interior Walls –I like the panels they used in the protohaus.  They had to paint it, but it’s a clean look.  Apparently the grooves are deep and they’re tricky to paint though.  I also like the look of the interior of Jay’s Fencl.  I was able to get knotty pine tongue and groove (cottage grade which means lots of knots) really cheaply.  Home Depot had a skid of this available.  It is normally priced between 12.99 – 15.99 a bundle (A bundle covers 14 square feet).

They listed the price as 8.79 a bundle.  When I went to the check out, the cashier said it was 6.99.  Being honest, I let her know this wasn’t the price listed. She shrugged and said, the register says 6.99, so 6.99 it was.  With taxes, I paid just shy of $400 for everything.  50 bundles is more than I’ll need for the walls, but the class will use it for closet doors, etc.

Written by Kitchener Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School — May 11, 2010

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