Diverging lines are obvious mistakes: With shingles or lapped siding, diverging starting and ending points can be hidden a little at a time by slightly tapering the course widths. But this technique doesn’t work with other materials, such as tongue-and-groove flooring, whose course can’t be easily varied

Diverging lines are obvious mistakes: With shingles or lapped siding, diverging starting and ending points can be hidden a little at a time by slightly tapering the course widths. But this technique doesn’t work with other materials, such as tongue-and-groove flooring, whose course can’t be easily varied Diverging lines are ...

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