Rated 3.2 out of 5Â by 6
Rated 4 out of 5Â by 0311 Low cost strength and uniformity
This product is the perfect subfloor application for remodelling and repair. It is as strong or stronger dimensionally than 3 ply pine and is stable in all dimensions. Great bang for the buck!
April 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DIYR Great product when used for intended purpose
There have been a couple of negative reviews about this product to which I would like to reply. This product is not intended to be structural. It is not intended to be used as a sub-floor or floor. Products intended for use as a sub-floor have toung and grove edges and are labeled as such. They also cost more, for a reason. When a product is used for a purpose other than what it is engineered for it should not receive a negative review because it does not perform well at that (unintended) task. The failure in this case does not lie with the product. That said this is a wonderful product. As sheathing it outperforms plywood. A decade or two ago it was garbage as it would come apart when it got wet but not so anymore. Don't believe me? Leave a scrap piece in the yard along with a scrap of plywood for a few years and compare what you are left with. Be sure to use the proper type of nails as this product is not as "grabby" as plywood...the kind with ridges along the shank should do fine. If using this product for small construction projects such as a dog house simply drill a starter hole before using large screws and splitting will not be an issue. Normal sized screws such as #10 will go in all by themselves with no splitting; and of course you can not expect to put screws into the edge of this product. If I build a shed and the roof needs 20 sheets of sheathing to go under the tar paper and shingles this product will save me about $300.00 over plywood and last every bit as long. In my book that is an excellent product.
August 3, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DreamTeam Product fulfilled its purpose
The strand boar purchased was used to lay out a skeleton frame for a fiberglass plug. The gaps were filled with foam and the fiberglass mold was made off of the plug. The wood remained durable and was shaped easily as needed. The project is for the Shell Eco Marathon where our team is building an urban concept car powered by GTL diesel. We are students at the University of Houston
March 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by mindless06795 Elf on the shelf? Sure, and many other things...
Now lets think about this. Would you use this plywood for decking? No way! Would you use it for wall boards? Now way. But for shelving? yes, it works great. Rip it in half and get to 8 foot, 24" boards that are awesome for a shelving base. I would recommend to anyone looking to build basement shelves.
June 28, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by mike Garbage
What garbage I used this to build a shed and it has only been a year and I have soft spots all ready on the floor. I used high end shingles left over from my house from Rings End no leaks what so ever. I have soft spots on the floor all ready. I am glad it is only a shed and not my house!!! I would not even build a dog house out of this garbage!!
July 11, 2014