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Model 166081

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19/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Rtd Sheathing Syp

$18.67 /each
  • Plywood sheathing for use in construction
  • Can be used as wall and roof sheathing
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Plywood sheathing is ideal for residential and light construction, and every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. It adds proven performance and durability to new homes, room additions and renovations. Plywood sheathing delivers outstanding stiffness, strength and versatility, and is an excellent choice for light frame wall and roof assemblies in weather protected applications.

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how big is 19/32 is it close to 3/4 or more than 7/8 inches

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19/32 is the step between 1/2" and 5/8"
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19/32" is actually what now passes for 5/8". It is thinner than 5/8" (20/32"). All plywoods are now 1/32" thinner than they used to be. 3/4" is now 23/32", 5/8" now 19/32", 1/2" now 15/32, 3/8" now 11/32".
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It is a little less that 3/4"
(3/4" which equals .75" and 11/32 equals .59 ")
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Here are all of the sizes between 1/32" and 32/32", broken down so you can see where they sit relative to other sizes. Each row is the next increment, and all sizes listed on any one row are identical #i.e., they're just two different ways of writing the same fraction#:
1/32"
2/32", 1/16"
3/32"
4/32", 2/16", 1/8"
5/32"
6/32", 3/16"
7/32"
8/32", 4/16", 2/8", 1/4"
9/32"
10/32", 5/16"
11/32"
12/32", 6/16",
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Here are all of the sizes between 1/32" and 32/32", broken down so you can see where they sit relative to other sizes. Each row is the next increment, and all sizes listed on any one row are identical #i.e., they're just two different ways of writing the same fraction#:
1/32"
2/32", 1/16"
3/32"
4/32", 2/16", 1/8"
5/32"
6/32", 3/16"
7/32"
8/32", 4/16", 2/8", 1/4"
9/32"
10/32", 5/16"
11/32"
12/32", 6/16", 3/8"
13/32"
14/32", 7/16"
15/32"
16/32", 8/16", 4/8", 2/4", 1/2"
17/32"
18/32", 9/16"
19/32"
20/32", 10/16", 5/8"
21/32"
22/32", 11/16"
23/32"
24/32", 12/16", 6/8", 3/4"
25/32"
26/32", 13/16"
27/32"
28/32", 14/16", 7/8"
29/32"
30/32", 15/16"
31/32"
32/32", 16/16", 8/8", 4/4", 2/2", 1"
From this list, you can see that 9/32" is less than 3/4", and way less than 7/8". It's just a bit smaller than 5/8". Read Less
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close to 5/8"
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Is this plywood considered A/C or B/C grade?

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I am looking to finish one side, the other side will not be seen. Is this the proper grade to use?
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This is sheathing, so it's C-D. You might get lucky and find a decent face, but you'd be better off with B-C sanded or cabinet grade. They'll be nicer faces and also be much flatter sheets
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It depends on what you are going to use it for, Exterior or Interior. It does not say and the pic is unclear but given what I can see I would have to say this is B/C Grade. A/C would probably cost like 50 bucks, especially A/C almost 3/4" thick, but 19/32 is more like 3/4" shy or 5/8" heavy; take your pick. It says flooring in the specs so again I would guess B/C Grade. I hope this helps.
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Plywood is graded A, B, C, D. A being the best and D being the worst. The lower the grading, the more holes and disks you may have.
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Can inise this pluwood for a subfloor?

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You can, but Tongue and Groove OSB would be a far better choice for many reasons; the main being T&G OSB will provide better seems as the wood is locked to the next piece. And OSB will be less expensive and does not move as much. This sheathing is really designed for Roofs more so than floors. Again it can be used on floors, it's just not the best choice because of the flat side edges. OSB has come a Read More
You can, but Tongue and Groove OSB would be a far better choice for many reasons; the main being T&G OSB will provide better seems as the wood is locked to the next piece. And OSB will be less expensive and does not move as much. This sheathing is really designed for Roofs more so than floors. Again it can be used on floors, it's just not the best choice because of the flat side edges. OSB has come a long way in recent years and it's not the junk it first started out, it is far more stable and a better choice for most flooring projects. I hope this helps... Read Less
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This product is for wall or roof sheathing.
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which side faces out

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Typically there are two sides to plywood, a good side and a somewhat blemished side. Many times there will be some sort of printed label on the back side of the plywood. Some times there only might be a sticker, but the side that looks the best should be faced out to be seen.
OSB Plywood has lines spaced at 16" to aid in roofing so the printed lines face out and aligned left to right as you run Read More
Typically there are two sides to plywood, a good side and a somewhat blemished side. Many times there will be some sort of printed label on the back side of the plywood. Some times there only might be a sticker, but the side that looks the best should be faced out to be seen.
OSB Plywood has lines spaced at 16" to aid in roofing so the printed lines face out and aligned left to right as you run sheathing across the Rafters.
MDF or Medium Density Fiber board is smooth both sides so it does not matter which side faces out.
Other plywood has a sanded and not so sanded side; obviously the sanded side will face out. Sanded is typically used to make furniture or cabinets.
There are many types of plywood for many different projects so as you decide what you look to build take some time to view the various options.
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The better-looking side, usually the top side in the store. This is CDX rated, meaning sheathing for framing a structure, so it has exterior grade adhesive holding the plies together. The faces are graded at C and D, which means they may have knots, voids, splits, or may look fine.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product, but read the specs I am a manufacturer of furniture and we use this for understructure parts. It is great for what it is made for. Read the specs and make sure your use is aligned for what this plywood is made for. It is grade C/D which means there will be voids and knots. Some faces may be clean, but most will not. If used for sheathing, it needs to be attached to a maximum of 18 on-center. It is not recommended for subflooring. It is a good value for the price, but make sure it lines up to what you actually need. May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 19/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Rtd Sheathing Syper... when installing sub-floor I recommend this product April 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Delaminating a concern This plywood spent the night in the garage before I used it to build my shed the next day. It has never been wet, yet is already delaminating. It is about two feet ling and three inches wide, and sticks up about an inch. It concerns me because it is only two months old. Obviously, I'm not too happy about it. I will now have to do repair work on this bubble. May 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Quality, Good Buy Purchased two sheets of this plywood to build a walkway in my attic. The person in lumber cut the plywood for me into 2 foot by 4 foot pieces. Worked perfectly for my home project. This plywood is of excellent quality. November 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Rough The wood keeps getting worse and the price is still going up. The wood is so bad you can dig through a whole pile and still can not find good wood. June 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed Used this for subfloor on small cabin. It rained before I could completely weatherproof the structure. Several pieces delaminated. I knew it wasn't for external use, but spec says it should withstand normal construction delays, which is usually weather related. Home Depot refused to consider a refund, even with clear pictures within one week of purchase. Now I will need to cut out the bad sections and replace at my cost. One thing I noticed with this plywood is the plys are much thicker than what I have used before. There are only 4 plys where as you used to see 5 or 6 with this thickness. August 8, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very bad quality Horrible quality, missing plys, warped beyond use, thickness varies by over a 1/4 of an inch across sheets. I would have taken some pictures so show the "quality" but already have it loaded up to return. January 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality Bought 2 sheets ,delaminated first time it got wet February 12, 2015
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