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
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
No, not strong enough- good for soffits and cabinet backing.
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.
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.
Yes ... there is a small fee.
you would have to ask your local stores pros desk as this may be special order to your store.
Yes, that's exactly what I did with this product.
~23 lbs http://www.derose.net/steve/resources/engtables/materials.html
They will do one cut free, I believe it $2 for every cut after. You still have to buy the full sheet