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Pressure-Treated Plywood Rated Sheathing (Common: 15/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: .451 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

  • Pressure treated for Above Ground
  • Use in weather protected roof and wall applications
  • Lifetime limited warranty

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The 1/2 in. x 48 in. x 8 ft. CDX Pressure-Treated Pine Plywood is a good wood for building barns, playhouses, and sheds. It has been specially treated to help protect it against fungal decay, rot and termites.

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  • Manufactured from Southern yellow pine
  • Pressure-treated against termites, rot and fungal decay
  • 1/2 in. 4 ft. x 8 ft.
  • Paintable and stainable
  • Ideal for a variety of applications where plywood will be exposed to the elements. Can be used in vertical applications when left uncovered. Great for barns, sheds, playhouses and swing sets
  • Plywood, pressure-treated plywood, Lumber, pressure-treated lumber, pine plywood, pine lumber, 1/2 in. 4 ft. x 8 ft. plywood
  • Acquire the 1/2 in. x 48 in. x 8 ft. CDX Pressure-Treated Pine Plywood. CDX Pressure-Treated Pine Plywood 9330152, paintable and stainable and a good wood for building barns, playhouses, and sheds from The Home Depot
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Pressure-Treated Plywood Rated Sheathing (Common: 15/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: .451 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)
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What is plywood? BCX

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What is plywood? BCX
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This plywood is CDX.
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This was not answered. How much does a sheet weigh?

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This sheet weighs 60 lbs
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Can i use this as underlayment for new install kitchen cabinets, including island cabinets, on concrete slab kitchen?

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No, you can not use this as underlayment for newly install kitchen cabinets.
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Can pressure treat plywood be used as flooring for outdoor shed?

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Hello,

Instead of digging and pouring cement for outdoor shed, I was thinking about putting 2 pieces of pressure treated plywood. Shed will mainly be used to store my riding lawnmower.

Please let me know if plywood will withstanding the pressure of lawnmower.

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Yes, pressure treated plywood is appropriate for outdoornshednflooring, as lobg as floor joists are used at appropriate intervals, plywood is nailed or screwed in at each joist, and there is no ground contact.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good for exterior flat surface if left untreated. Purchased April 12, 2016. Already delaminating. Cracks; Splits;. May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by vertical usage. Purchase this product to replace rotten plywood on side of our home. After removing the rotted wood, then prepping area, found this product to be a much better alternative to what was removed. Cut easily, no need for pre-drilling. No warping, or seperating of layers. After caulking any small voids. Purchased the Behr brand flat exterior paint. Only took one coat and the results were amazing. Note: it IS really important to pick out the sheets yourself. If you spend the time to inspect each piece as there were some with large knots, small splits, etc... I would recommend this product if project is vertical installation. May 16, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT a QUALITY product Bought this product in June of 14' for an exterior project. By October 14' the plywood sheet lamination's were separating and peeling apart; they look terrible. Do not recommend this product. This has happened more than once before to me with the same Home Depot product December 5, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Quality varies Thickness varied from the rated 15/32 to nearly 3/4 in. where the inner layers were being lapped at the factory. Too many voids on both sides of the plywood. I'm using it for roof sheathing on a temporary structure so the quality isn't important. I learned one lesson: if you have them deliver it instead of picking it out yourself at the store, you probably won't be happy with what you get. Next time, National Lumber gets my order. September 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely satisfied! I am using about two entire sheets of this for the flooring of a small temporary flooring setup that houses 150 pounds of weight in an area at any given moment, and has done up to 400 pounds for about 10 minutes. Granted it's sitting on some 2x4s for some support, it works much better than I expected! It's almost 7 months in of two and a half years expected of it, and with some water coming on a little part of the board when it rains (leaky area), temperatures varying up to 40 degrees daily, and a car battery dropped on it, it hasn't even warped a bit! It definitely exceeds my expectations, since I was a little afraid the wood may break within a few weeks or a month into the project given the conditions. I'm going to use this same board for a little extra protection above my structure for some additional help with rain, and I can definitely trust it now! Thanks, Home Depot! May 4, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by pressure treated lumber The product was what I needed to complete the job. October 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good plywood Good solid lumber for home projects. Holds stain well and does not warp. May 14, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by mixed quality surface sheeting Since pressure-treatment adds to the cost of the plywood, better quality plywood would be reasonable as starting material. I'm not commenting on mere cosmetic flaws, but on substantial cracking, splitting, and unpatched voids. Why bother to pressure-treat poor quality plywood? November 14, 2013
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