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Model 439614

Internet #100034683

Store SKU #439614

Sheathing Plywood (Common: 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.688 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

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Plywood is a powerful structural product used where strength and stiffness are required subfloors, wall or roof sheathing and DIY projects. This plywood is made of layers of thin sheets of wood (veneer) in alternating wood grain directions, which increases the strength and stiffness of our final panels while providing superior dimensional stability resistance to warping.

  • Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance
  • CDX is versatile, Its great for utility jobsite needs such as temporary steps, ramps, or bridges
  • Ideal for remodeling or new construction in residential or light commercial construction
  • Excellent nail, screw, and staple holding ability allows placement near panel edges without splits
  • Plywood is lighter to carry and tends to be easier on cutting tools than OSB (oriented strand board)
  • CDX is resistant to splitting, puncturing and impact damage these panels are durable
  • CDX is an interior panel with exterior glue designed for exposure to the elements during construction
  • For building purposes space panel edges 1/8 apart
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Sheathing Plywood (Common: 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.688 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)
Sheathing Plywood (Common: 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.688 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

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Is this exterior grade plywood?

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San Rafael, CA
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October 23, 2014
I searched HomeDeopt.com for exterior grade plywood and this item came up, but it does not indicate it is exterior grade.
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October 30, 2015
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CDX Plywood - What Does the "X" Really Mean?
The Letter X
The letter "X" in CDX refers to the type of glue used in the factory to bond the plywood veneers. Some mistakenly think the "X" stands for "exterior"—which is not true, exactly. The letter stands for exposure, which means the plywood is tough enough to withstand a little moisture—but for only a short time.
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CDX Plywood - What Does the "X" Really Mean?
The Letter X
The letter "X" in CDX refers to the type of glue used in the factory to bond the plywood veneers. Some mistakenly think the "X" stands for "exterior"—which is not true, exactly. The letter stands for exposure, which means the plywood is tough enough to withstand a little moisture—but for only a short time.
For example, let's say you're in the middle of building a garage, and you've just finished putting up CDX plywood as the sheathing for the walls, which will eventually be covered with siding. But now you've discovered that your siding won't be delivered till the end of the week. Can you leave your CDX plywood exposed for a couple days? According to grading standards for CDX plywood - you can leave it exposed temporarily without worrying about water damage. In fact this is one reason why CDX plywood is used so extensively in outdoor construction. The glues and adhesives are made to be water resistant (long enough for to wait for a late delivery), but they're not strong enough to withstand rain and snow indefinitely.
CDX is pretty rough plywood so check it out before buying.
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Yes, this is exterior grade plywood to an extent. It will still break down and degrade due to the elements. Although it will work well on an exterior application, it should be covered to avoid exposure to the elements. I believe that there is a pressure treated plywood that would hold up better, but all wood should really be covered if you want it to last.
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what type of wood is this?

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This CDX plywood is composed mostly of Fir.
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What is the approximate weight of one sheet?

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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Average Sheeting After searching thru the pile of this sheeting at my local H.D. store, I was able to find one suitable enough to purchase. About 1 in every 3 sheets has blown out corners or edges, large surface defects or surface delamination. I cut the sheet up into smaller sheets for my intended use and found a few interior voids larger than 1" square and a corner which delaminated shortly after I got home (area about 6" x 12"). I find this to be an average or below average product but useable for my intended use. Not a premium product by any means. November 26, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for a CD plywood CD is not finish grade plywood. If you are looking for a plywood that will finish up nicely, go with a sanded plywood, or an AC plywood. (That means that the finish side, or sanded side is A grade, and the back is a C grade) CD is used mainly for exterior sheathing, or something that will be covered up by the finish work. These panels are good for that. They are structurally sound, and the voids, although present, are minimal. As long as Home Depot continues to carry the Boise or Western brand of plywood panels, I will buy them here. The competitor has switched to Roseburg panels, which are utterly garbage. Holds screws and other fasteners well, and cuts well with any of my saws. I would recommend this product, unless the brand switches to a lesser quality brand. December 28, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by wish there was a B C in exterior glue instead of C D wish there was a B C in exterior glue instead of C D September 4, 2013
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