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Plywood is a manufactured wood material made up of thin veneers glued and pressed together. Learn more...
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    Plywood/Sheet Goods

    TimberTown has been supplying plywood and sheet good products for over 40 years, and we source it from everywhere:  local, domestic and imported to achieve good quality and consistent quantity. It is used in all kinds of projects, in large volumes, and is a commodity that we work very hard to price competitively. If you need a kind of plywood or sheet good that you don’t see here, ask us about special ordering it for you.

    What size is a 4x8 sheet of plywood?

    To be precise, it is 4 feet x 8 feet, or 48 inches x 96 inches. It comes in various species and thicknesses, covered below.

    What is Oriented Strand Board (OSB)?

    OSB is a type of engineered wood. OSB’s combination of wood and adhesives creates a strong, dimensionally stable panel that resists deflection, delamination, and warping. The most common uses of OSB are as a floor, or as wall and roof sheathing.

    What is Spruce plywood?

    TimberTown carries both Standard and Select Grade Spruce plywoods - Standard is unsanded sheathing for general structural applications, and Select uses sanded panels where a smooth finish is desired. Spruce plywood is often used for underlayment and subflooring. It is also manufactured with waterproof glue for exterior applications.

    What is Fir plywood?

    TimberTown carries Standard, Select, and Good 1 Side for plywoods. They are most commonly used in the construction industry for interior and exterior roof, wall, and floor sheathing. It is light and easy to work with.

    What is treated plywood?

    To treat plywood, it is put into a pressurized chamber, a preservative is added, and high pressure is applied to force the preservative deeper into the wood. This process will significantly increase the lifespan of the wood by protecting it against both decay and insect damage.
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