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Ply-Bead

Model 538281

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Plywood Siding Plybead Panel (Common: 11/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.313 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

$21.06 /each
  • Beaded plywood panels for decorative use
  • Lightweight and easy to install
  • Durable panel resists dents, gouges and scratches

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The Ply-Bead 95-15/16 in. Plywood Panel resists dents, gouges, scuffs and scratches. So use it in high-activity locations such as finished basements, playrooms, exercise rooms, laundry rooms, bathrooms and garages.

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  • Pine plywood material
  • Meets grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Lightweight for easy installation
  • 1.6 in. On-center beaded pattern
  • Panels are shiplapped on the 8 ft. edges to virtually hide seams
  • Pre-sanded, unfinished flexibility, ready to paint with acrylic latex paint
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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can this product be used on ceiling?

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Richmond, VA
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August 25, 2015
I'd like to get a beadboard look on my exterior porch ceiling. It's currently drywall. If this is painted, can it be used on a protected porch, and is it too heavy?? I would have a carpenter install it.
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June 3, 2016
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Yes: I used the 5/8" material for my front porch ceiling and used the 1/8" x 1-1/8" lattice trim to cover the joints, creating an interesting pattern. Mine is painted.
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March 30, 2016
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we installed this in a bathroom it has been up for about two years or longer and have not had any problem
Easier with two people putting it up and use a T brace to hold up and in place
I did install furring strips
I used cheap 1 x 3 boards on center screwed those in with 2 1/2 " screws I believe
Then screwed the board to the strips using 3 inch screws
You could use a nail gun
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August 26, 2015
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You probably can with enough glue and nails but this will require a lot of work!!! Also will seems open up? I did a very small section of ceiling 5x6 it was a big pain. I could`nt imagine doing a large section. Some of the seams were not square left a little bit of unsightly gap but it was for a rental. I think the indivdual beadboard much easier to work with (call the manufactorer) or call a carpenter Read More
You probably can with enough glue and nails but this will require a lot of work!!! Also will seems open up? I did a very small section of ceiling 5x6 it was a big pain. I could`nt imagine doing a large section. Some of the seams were not square left a little bit of unsightly gap but it was for a rental. I think the indivdual beadboard much easier to work with (call the manufactorer) or call a carpenter for more info. best of luck. Read Less
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Would I be able to build a chicken coop with this?

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Wisconsin
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I am looking to build my own chicken coop and I am not really sure what to use for it.
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May 13, 2016
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I'm planning on using this for my chicken coop siding too. Recommended by in-store assistant to stain/paint it and it should be just fine. Also seen lots of YouTube videos where they use this sort for the same purpose.
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May 5, 2016
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Hi AJS, you would be better off using cedar or redwood.for your chicken coop. It better wood.
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Can this be used as a backsplash in a kitchen?

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And is it light enough to be glued up onto existing tile?
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If you stained the wood and then seal the edges ,I think it would last for a fairly long time
I have it in a bathroom around a tub/shower
It has been up for about two years and shows no sign of any problems
We did paint it rather than stain
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January 25, 2016
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No, this will not stand up to the repeated exposure to water that a kitchen backsplash would need to resist.
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does this product come in 4ft X 12ft panels

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Hi Rae40, and thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because this item is only available in select Home Depot stores, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Read More
Hi Rae40, and thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because this item is only available in select Home Depot stores, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Old Tyme Porch Ceiling I was opening up a previously enclosed porch and wanted to regain the originality that the house had in 1929. I had this unsightly ceiling to repair. After pricing tongue and groove beadboard this fit my budget. I took my time and stained it dark, gave it 2 coats of marine varnish. It's not a one person job even with a 2x4 lift holding it in place. It came out beautiful and you'd be hard pressed to know it wasn't there since the house was built. May 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It'll do I knew that the wood wouldn't have to be perfectly matched because of height and location. I do wish that I had set aside the time to really pick through the pieces. The joints are a little sloppy so install techniques took a little fussing and tweaking. In this case because I was installing overhead, I testing my pieces in a run before tacking up. Be prepared to sand and put your gloves in your pocket before your trip to your favorite HD! December 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Choose your own! I like this for a lot of projects. Requires minor sanding and finishing with your own choice of stain, poly, etc. Good for the DIYer that isn't intimidated by finishing their own wood. You'll save $ in the end. Worked well for my families needs. Blessings to All. Don't let an associate pick for you or you'll regret it. June 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ceiling install After my roof rotted I needed to replace the interior ceiling in the living room. The room previously had 3in of exposed beams with acoustic tile inbetween.After the roof re-do most of the space was filled with spray foam so we cut this product into 2ft strips and nailed it to the beams. Though it's not recommended I covered it with two coats of polycrylic rather than paint. I have yet to cover the joints with trim but it's on the list. Have to say, it looks ok...(more However, it does require a non-trivial amount of sanding so be sure to invest in or borrow a good orbital sander. Also, when moving wear gloves it splinters like nothing I've ever seen. Also, make sure you pick out your own boards because many are damaged. February 27, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Decent alternative to t&g This is better as a concept. I used it for a shed ceiling and its an economical alterative to tongue and groove. It was surprised at its flexibility; i torqued it pretty intensely getting it into my car and dropped a bunch of junk on it and it didnt crack or split. Aesthetically, it is just good enough. There is no way it could take a stain, as any gap or inconsistency is filed in with glue (or putty). That said it is just good enough for non-critical spots. April 29, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Buy! I have used this plywood panels on many occasions, for walls in kitchen you can prime and paint. I just stained saved a ton and quike to install cut /liquid nails/ finish nails great to go over old plaster walls. I have installed on ceilings in entrence and walls this is a landlords good friend! August 15, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty decent stuff If you pick through a stack of this beadboard ply, you can find some decent pieces without cracks or blemishes. It has been ideal for my basement walls, with just a quick coat of waterproofing. The only problem I had was that the laps didn't fit exactly, with the under side being longer than the exposed side, leaving a small but very noticeable extra space between sheets. October 26, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ply board difficult Edges of this board is not consistent. You will a lot of time trimming the laps here. June 27, 2013
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