Internet #100063669

Model #235552

Store SKU #166014

1/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. BC Sanded Pine Plywood

  • Plywood panels for home projects
  • Sanded and easy to work with
  • Strong, stable panels
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Product Overview

Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Sanded and smooth BC project panels are perfect for interior and exterior applications from yard art to wainscoting, do-it-yourself projects, cabinets, shelving and furniture to porch ceilings, soffits and flooring underlayment. These panels are ready to be painted. This plywood has great strenght and stiffness. These boards are easy to handle and install. They also have excellent nail and adhesive holding ability.
  • Ideal project panel due to smooth, sanded face and attractive appearance when painted
  • Versatility for multiple applications
  • Great for yard art to wainscoting, do-it-yourself projects, cabinets, shelving and furniture to porch ceilings, soffits and flooring underlayment
  • Made from wood sourced through a system that is third-party certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) fiber sourcing standard
  • Note: Product may vary by store
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)
95.938
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
0.25
Actual Product Width (in.)
47.938
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1/4
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
4

Details

Engineered Wood Type
Sanded Plywood
Plywood Features
None
Span Rating
None
Weather Exposure
Interior

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

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can this plywood work for shed doors?

Asked by pens July 3, 2020
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without a lot of framing backup this would not be suitable. A thicker plywood would give you better doors and require less framing to give you a good stable set of doors

should I use pressure-treated or regular plywood for my shed outside?

Asked by davidjones June 2, 2020
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If you are using regular wood and you’re going to put up vinyl siding this one is fine. If you are looking for just plywood up you must use pressure treated wood

Would this be a good product for replacing a damaged garaga door panel ?

Asked by justin April 24, 2020
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No, not strong enough- good for soffits and cabinet backing.

Will they rip wood for shiplap

Asked by Dfs6395 April 13, 2020
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They will not mill custom pieces. They would cross cut ship lap pieces for you. They sell ship lap boards raw and primed. They also sell tongue and groove and #105 siding.

can this be used to put on studs to glue shower panles to

Asked by dog March 22, 2020
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I would not recommend this for that use. The 1/4" material is too light and you will have bowing in the panels. 1/2" cement backer board would be ideal for this use and is water resistant.

do you cut these for customers. I need 3 inch strips?

Asked by granny1 February 26, 2020
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Yes ... there is a small fee.

what is the price for green boards. Price for 4x8 1/4" plywood

Asked by lullabrell February 26, 2020
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you would have to ask your local stores pros desk as this may be special order to your store.

Can I use this over 3/4 in sub floor for sheet vinyl

Asked by Pop February 19, 2020
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Yes, that's exactly what I did with this product.

What is approximate weight per sheet?

Asked by JohnBrown January 6, 2020
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~23 lbs http://www.derose.net/steve/resources/engtables/materials.html

Can i get a piece of plywood (1/4”) cut to a specific size? I see the sanded sheet, but in just need a piiece 46”x 21 3/4”

Asked by TJ December 21, 2019
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They will do one cut free, I believe it $2 for every cut after. You still have to buy the full sheet

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Not sure why there are so many negative reviews... I bought 37 boards to install a shiplap look o...
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Not sure why there are so many negative reviews... I bought 37 boards to install a shiplap look on 950 sq ft of drywall and it looks great. The negative reviews made me second guess myself but it turned out fine.
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After purchasing the plywood panels, I noticed that one panel was delaminating. I exchanged it fo...
After purchasing the plywood panels, I noticed that one panel was delaminating. I exchanged it for another. After installing the panels, I noticed that another one had delaminates.
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We used this material to complete a shiplap wall. Great material... Easy to use...
We used this material to complete a shiplap wall. Great material... Easy to use...
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worked well as faux ship-lap design on a bathroom wall. Primed and double coats of a good paint.
worked well as faux ship-lap design on a bathroom wall. Primed and double coats of a good paint.
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Built a work bench and used this as a bottom shelf.
Built a work bench and used this as a bottom shelf.
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Worked great for my walls.
Worked great for my walls.
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Very smooth easy to work with if you predrill your holes easy to attach
Very smooth easy to work with if you predrill your holes easy to attach
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My subfloor warped do to flood my upstairs neighbor had a flood. It was cheap and easy to up date...
My subfloor warped do to flood my upstairs neighbor had a flood. It was cheap and easy to up date the kitchen floor
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Used wood to support the durock for my tub walls & protect the tub. It worked great.
Used wood to support the durock for my tub walls & protect the tub. It worked great.
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This stuff is awful. I cut 1.5 inch strips to use as spacer material behind sheetrock. Once cut...
This stuff is awful. I cut 1.5 inch strips to use as spacer material behind sheetrock. Once cut, it started delaminating. I should have known better, as the top sheet in the stack at the Depot had a corner that was lifting away. I ended up using some old plywood I has laying around.
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