Model # 113699

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Plytanium Plywood Siding Panel T1-11 8 IN OC (Common: 19/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.563 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)
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Plytanium

Plywood Siding Panel T1-11 8 IN OC (Common: 19/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.563 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

  • Exterior siding plywood panels
  • Rated for exterior use in construction
  • Woodgrain texture with attractive groove pattern
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Product Overview

  • Exterior siding plywood panels
  • Rated for exterior use in construction
  • Woodgrain texture with attractive groove pattern
Plywood siding is an all-wood exterior-grade panel. It is ideal for siding applications from new home construction, utility buildings, planters, dog houses and other remodeling or do-it-yourself-projects. Plywood siding features a rough-sawn textured face for a beautiful rustic appearance.
  • Rich woodgrain texture of Southern Yellow Pine
  • Attractive 8 in. groove pattern
  • Easy to install with long-term durability
  • Shiplapped 8 ft. edges for a seamless joint
  • Can be painted or stained for a variety of exterior projects
  • Recommended drain: K-7272 or K-7271
  • Note: Product may vary by store

Product Overview

Plywood siding is an all-wood exterior-grade panel. It is ideal for siding applications from new home construction, utility buildings, planters, dog houses and other remodeling or do-it-yourself-projects. Plywood siding features a rough-sawn textured face for a beautiful rustic appearance.

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  • Rich woodgrain texture of Southern Yellow Pine
  • Attractive 8 in. groove pattern
  • Easy to install with long-term durability
  • Shiplapped 8 ft. edges for a seamless joint
  • Can be painted or stained for a variety of exterior projects
  • Recommended drain: K-7272 or K-7271
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.578
Product Height (in.)
95.938
Product Length (in.)
95.938
Product Width (in.)
47.938
Thickness (In.)
19/32

Details

Color Family
Wood
Material
Wood
Pressure Treated
No
Siding Features
Ready to Paint
Siding Type
Panel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.578
Product Height (in.)
95.938
Product Length (in.)
95.938
Product Width (in.)
47.938
Thickness (In.)
19/32

Details

Color Family
Wood
Material
Wood
Pressure Treated
No
Siding Features
Ready to Paint
Siding Type
Panel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

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Questions & Answers

Does it matter how I lay the sheets? Horizontal or vertical?

Asked by: Stew
It can be used either way, but it is designed for the grooves to go top to bottom so water does not get caught in the grooves. If there is water penetration, you will get rot or de-lamination. See my pictures, I use it horizontally.
Answered by: ThisGuyGardens
Date published: 2017-09-18

I have a wall 70feet long 8feet tall how many sheets

Asked by: Doug
70/4=17.5 18 sheets
Answered by: SRT
Date published: 2017-08-15

Will I still be able to see the wood grain after I paint it

Joe
Asked by: Joe
Whether or not the grain of the wood will still be visible after painting will depend upon the type of paint, and number of coats used.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-08-11

I'm building a 20x20 shed. Instead of using OSB to on the walls, can I place this directly on th...

I'm building a 20x20 shed. Instead of using OSB to on the walls, can I place this directly on the studs and would it provide the strength needed?
Asked by: Mike
Yes, you can. Click on the "Installation Guide" to the right to make sure you have the correct nailing pattern and weather barrier underneath the siding.
Answered by: SRT
Date published: 2017-07-11
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Customer Reviews

Plywood Siding Panel T1-11 8 IN OC (Common: 19/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.563 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I dont know who can write a review on this product except for people who never seen good wood sid... I dont know who can write a review on this product except for people who never seen good wood siding before. Yeah its price cheap,but its also far from adequate for being used as a exterior siding product. Its obvious that home depot dont give a hoot what they sell these days , the standards are way below reasonable and usable. THE MILLWORK IS AMATEUR and like a few people here have said its falling apart before its installed. Look at the joints, all the rib lines have cracks somewhere along the joint, something you can't have for exterior use. It needs to be watertight. A quality lumber yard charges about 10.00 a sheet more preprimed, and in respectable condition, and will meet the specs, when matching ,and doing repairs from old homes/buildings . Dont let these corporation keep screwing us, there ripping us off.This material is worth about 10.00 a sheet, but in my professional opinion" its worthless"
Date published: 2017-07-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor construction Purchased 15 panels to replace old siding on house. Panels sat covered on a trailer for three days before use. After only three days panels started to de-laminate on the ends, requiring re-gluing and clamping creating delays for installation. The re-gluing/clamping was only a partial fix. The panels were a Roseberg Lumber Product. The next bunch of panels were from another Big Box store and were made by Georgia Pacific. These were of much better quality with fewer splits and repairs on the surface and back and no de-lamination. Same price at both stores.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this stuff for Southern Ca. I have used it for building sheds, chicken coops, and a She-sh... I love this stuff for Southern Ca. I have used it for building sheds, chicken coops, and a She-shed for my wife. Also framing out an outdoor kitchen with it. the first time I used it was in 2011 for my first shed. I oiled it with thompson's (I would not use thompson's again) but it held the plywood together, even used it as the roof, waterproofed and still good today. Paint all sides and dont forget to get in the grooves!
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from T1-11 Exterior Siding De-Lamination Recently purchased 144 sheets of both 4x8 and 4x9 19/32" 8 "O.C. Siding for replacing existing builder grade vinyl siding on a remodel. Product came in two different shipments from two different manufacturers. Surface appearance was mixed between both shipments as well as between the 4x8 and 4x9 material. Some were "rougher" than others - noted during stain application done in heated garage prior to installation; however house aesthetics is to be a rustic look, therefore overlooked the varying surface appearance between the different batches. Installation started February 29th and by April 1st first set of 4x9's started delaminating along 8" O.C. grooves. Some sheets now have multiple surface "bubbles", as well as surface delaminating. Since house siding is now fully complete as of last week, the delamination is now "creeping" along the entire east and south-facing walls of the house. Don't understand root cause other than that of a poor process quality issue at raw material supplier; however, at this point based on multiple suppliers used for product would not recommend purchasing. Odd - current primary residence (37 yrs old) does not exhibit any of the above. Very disappointed in manufacturer's product performance. Waiting to see how resolution process works as advertised warranty is "none". Entire house will have to be re-sided and re-trimmed as well as re-stained... lots of time, energy, and money in finishing product as well as installation labor lost.
Date published: 2016-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I LOVE This Stuff! I built a toolshed with this stuff 25 years ago and the sides are still sound. Admittedly, there is no ground contact, but it certainly has been rained on all those years. I also used it to put sides on a metal-frame hauling trailer 15 years ago. THAT has finally started to rot, but it's because I didn't protect the upright exposed cut edge. I will be replacing it with new T1-11 (which is why I'm here now) but adding dodoed pressure-treated 2x4s on the top edge for protection. THAT should be good for 25 years... BTW, the pressure-treated plywood I bought a few months ago for the trailer sides warped badly. T1-11 works better, far more stable.
Date published: 2013-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used this product to redo the outside walls of a 'bunk house" at my northern Michigan Lake Home t... Used this product to redo the outside walls of a 'bunk house" at my northern Michigan Lake Home that were recently ruined in a flood. This T1-11 plywood siding worked great and looked great when the project was finished. Like any box store material now days, this product had some split corners from handling - otherwise it met my expectations.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I can't speak regarding its longevity but I was impressed... I can't speak regarding its longevity but I was impressed at how substantial these panels are. They can actually be hard to drive screws into - something I would not expect from much-maligned T1-11 siding. Also, this stuff holds nails quite well so I was able to easily staple on furring strips.
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from T1-11 Good product. It rained prior to being painted and all but 1 sheet withstood the rain without any damages. 1 sheet bubbled up and showed signs of water damage.
Date published: 2017-07-25
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