Yellow Pine Plywood
Features & Benefits:
-Excellent for roof and wall sheathing
-Stiff and strong
-More cost-effective than Douglas Fir
-Manufactured for reduced edge swell
-Available in multiple grades for various applications
Direct Shipments and Special Orders:
With our strong mill relationships and available credit terms, we can coordinate direct shipments and special orders that best suit your needs. Call our team today to find out more.
Grade Descriptions and Applications
C-grade sanded veneer face, D-grade back, exterior glue. Used for exterior wall sheathing, roofing, and underlayment
B-grade sanded veneer face, C-grade cores and back, exterior glue. BC plywood Pine will have a repaired face that has removed any knots or other defects. Applications include exterior sheathing, soffits, cabinets, shelving, and paneling.
Structural 1: APA tested grade where strength and stability are of maximum importance. Struc 1 is often specified for code reasons in areas of seismic or high wind prone areas. Common applications are structural shear walls and panelized roofs in large commercial projects.
Underlayment grade that is designed for carpet, tile, or hardwood flooring. Sturd-I-Floor has extra resistance to punch-through damage and is designed to be a single layer flooring panel.
"1.6" O.C. Ply-Bead"
Beaded-board panel with 1.6" spacing between each bead. Exterior grade panel, excellent for that classic beaded-board look. Applications include wainscoting, porch ceiling, bonus room, shelving back wall, and kitchen cabinets.
"8" O.C. T1-11"
Reverse Board and Batten (RB&B) pattern at 8" spacing. Exterior grade panel approved for exterior siding.
Plyform panel with an applied release agent. B-grade face veneer, with B-grade cores and back. Has an oiled edge seal to prevent water absorption. Leaves a smooth uniform finish for concrete, and can be reused up to 5-6 times.