[ UK /wˈɛðəbˌɔːd/ ]
- a long thin board with one edge thicker than the other; used as siding by lapping one board over the board below
- the side toward the wind
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- Weatherboarded with Nine by three Quarter of an Inch featheredge Plank beaded showing Six Agreement Between the Board of Trustees and John M. Goodloe, August 19, 1801
- His mother was one of six children and there were still three sisters and two brothers as well as Keith's grandparents living in the three-bedroom weatherboard house.
- Their rambling villa, once a model of gracious elegance, was now a paradise of dry rot, with its skeletal verandah, rickety walls and warped weatherboards.
- The house is full steel frame, weatherboard outside and gyprock inside.
- Its windows are without glass, its doorways without doors; there are wide breaches in the shingle roof, and for lack of paint the weatherboarding is a dun gray. Present at a Hanging and Other Ghost Stories
- I used thirty-second of an inch balsa for a lot of applications, especially as it could be scribed into weatherboards (clapboard siding?) and with care into corrugated iron and provided it was painted with an oil based paint the scribed indentations became permanent. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Unexpected Problem – Finding Non Fluorescent White Paper
- Its elegant use of humble materials – iron and weatherboarding – can still teach us a thing or two. Railway Echo No.3
- It did not rot, except for the weatherboards on the outside, which had to be replaced from time to time.
- As well as the old town itself, the group will also be looking at Church Hill, the historic part of the town which also contains terraces of old weatherboarded cottages.
- The townhouses, clad in stucco plaster and weatherboard, have serious problems with leaks through decks and plaster systems causing framing to rot, he says.