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null 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Southern Pine Tongue and Groove Plywood Sheathing
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23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Southern Pine Tongue and Groove Plywood Sheathing

  • Plywood sub-floor panels
  • Provides stiffness and durability
  • Tongue and groove for an easy fit
$26.58 / each
If you buy 48 or more
$23.92 / each

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Plywood provides durability, stiffness and versatility beyond alternative structural panels. Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Combines sub-floor and underlayment in a single panel for easier installation. Use under wall to wall carpet and pad, hardwood flooring and vinyl tile. Made to withstand high impact and concentrated loads, plywood wears well under high traffic and heavy furniture. It provide smooth sanded surface.

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  • Combines the performance requirements of sub-floor and underlayment panels in a single engineered panel
  • Smooth, sanded surface lets you install floor coverings directly to the sub-floor
  • Firm nails holding ability to help prevent loose fasteners in hardwood flooring
  • Holds up better than OSB under incidental wettings such as appliance overflows
  • Tongue and groove design so panels fit together quickly and easily
  • Wears well under high traffic and heavy furniture
  • Tongue and groove design helps you easily fit panels together
  • Effectively holds nails
  • Can be painted or stained
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23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Southern Pine Tongue and Groove Plywood Sheathing
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what should i use to fasten the 23/32 tounge and groove, I am laying over an existing subfloor

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If your existing subfloor is wood AND you can locate the joist run, I always use a #9 x 2 1/2" deck screw. These screws have the last 3/4" of shank bare of threads which allows you to "suck" the plywood firmly down onto the existing subfloor/joist . The torx or star drive is a plus - stay away from the phillips drive type. If you cannot go into the joists, again use a # 9 deck screw the depth of your new Read More
If your existing subfloor is wood AND you can locate the joist run, I always use a #9 x 2 1/2" deck screw. These screws have the last 3/4" of shank bare of threads which allows you to "suck" the plywood firmly down onto the existing subfloor/joist . The torx or star drive is a plus - stay away from the phillips drive type. If you cannot go into the joists, again use a # 9 deck screw the depth of your new subfloor PLUS the depth of the old flooring. Those who use ring shank nailing should make ample use of adhesive between to two systems. Read Less
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I always tack my subfloor with screws, and then come back with a nailer. It's a little safer and easier for me to keep everything square and tight that way- it's easier to pull a screwed sheet than a nailed sheet-
Use coarse thread drywall screws, or rIng shank nails and a nailgun. you want to get them long enough to go through the existing floor and get an inch into the floor joists.
It might not hurt
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I always tack my subfloor with screws, and then come back with a nailer. It's a little safer and easier for me to keep everything square and tight that way- it's easier to pull a screwed sheet than a nailed sheet-
Use coarse thread drywall screws, or rIng shank nails and a nailgun. you want to get them long enough to go through the existing floor and get an inch into the floor joists.
It might not hurt to use some glue too, just squeeze some liquid nails on the existing floor before you throw down and fasten the new stuff.
Stagger your joints, both in the new stuff and over any seams in the old stuff. Break your sheets on the floor joists.
Sheeting is straight and square. Sometimes walls are not. If you pull a control line and kind of start in the "middle", and cut in your borders -kind of like laying out tile-, you should have no problem keeping the seams tight.
-as opposed to throwing a row of sheets down tight along a wall and then building on that. They will 90% of the time not line up and you will have gaps in between every sheet for the rest of the run.
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if I install 10 sheets of t&g plywood what will be the acual length

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trying to determine how much width lost to tongue
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It would be 80 foot.
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Is it tongue & groove on all four sides or just on the long edge?

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building floating dance floors for a childrens' dance studio
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It is tongue and groove only on the long edge.
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Can this be used as an under layment on an existing deck and apply a urethene deck coating over it.

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Your use of the word "deck" indicates to me that you are referring to an "outside" project. If such is the case the answer would be no as the glues/bonding agents used in manufacturer are not compatible with a potentially wet location even though you choose to seal with a urethane coating. If you are intent upon underlaying, you may wish to investigate the use of a marine grade plywood.
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Really awful material Purchase 25 sheets for sub-floor project and now wish I had read the reviews first (as I normally do, except in this case). 6 sheets were out of square, some by 1.125 inches, others would have made floor joists as there was a definite crown in the center of the sheet(s) of not less than 3/8 of an inch. As far as the tongue and groove are concerned, tear out and chip out from the tongue process was horrible with the groove not centered to accept what was left of the tongue. Those sheets that could be used could not be driven together any closer than 5/16" of an inch due to the "ratty' tongue being left with a 1/16" shoulder that prohibited closure. My only fix to remove the tongue and rout another groove and then use a hardwood spline. I chose this option over re-loading 1500 pounds of plywood and returning to HD. In over 10 years of using Home Depot this is the only product I have purchased that did not meet my level of expectations. September 19, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not t&g this is ship lay not tongue and groove.Do not order anything here with out seeing it first.Their sizes on the web site do not correspond to what they have in the store.complete waste of time. August 5, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Best Subfloor Material This sheeting may be more than OSB products but the quality and finished product is worth the extra $$. I have used this product in every home I have built and when you glue and screw this product properly hardwood floors and carpet overlays are level and will never squeak! This product also can resist water and not deteriorate like other engineered sheeting’s. Trust me you want your builder to use this product for all subfloor surfaces. December 3, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Oops, not quite right I bought these at a rather high price (but the only ones available since no one else carried them) to use as sub-floor for vinyl tiles because there was particle board previously in the house I bought. I installed these in the kitchen, but they didn't line up well at all, even though I started with a flat chalk-line, the tongue-and-groove was supposed to help it lie flat (no such luck) and at least two of the panels did NOT have knots cut and replaced with footballs. Also, those two didn't have any wood putty or similar in the holes on the face (good side w/o ink) as they should have, so I had to do it and wait for it to dry. I had to work even harder than with the particle board to sand down the VERY high spots. It was not evenly sized all around, nor was it easily sanded either as it should have been. Worst purchase at home depot ever for me; I should have gotten the OSB then covered it in hard board instead. October 27, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product This plywood look strong for remodeling a bathroom subfloor May 13, 2014
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