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Model # 431178

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1/5 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Hardwood Plywood Underlayment Specialty Panel

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  • Easy to handle, lightweight
  • Limited Lifetime warranty when used as underlayment
  • Suitable for use in general construction applications
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About This Product

Approved for use as an underlayment for carpeting, hardwood and vinyl floor coverings. (Installation instructions must be followed). Cuts easily with a utility knife while strong enough to withstand extreme bending without breaking.

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Product Information

Internet # 203183010

Model # 431178

Store SKU # 492930

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)

96.000 in

Actual Product Thickness (in.)

0.2 in

Actual Product Width (in.)

48 in

Nominal Product Length (ft.)

8

Nominal Product Thickness (in.)

1/5

Nominal Product Width (ft.)

4

Details

Exposure Durability

Interior

Panel/Veneer Grade

Underlayment

Plywood Features

Paintable, Stainable

Plywood Product Type

Sheathing

Span Rating

Wall-16 oc.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

See store for details

Questions & Answers

634Questions
caret
Q:Can I staple this over chipboard subfloor so I can install peel and stick vinyl plank flooring?
by|Jul 18, 2024
1 Answer
Answer This Question

A:  Yes

by|Jul 19, 2024
    caret
    Q:Installing Engineered wood floor upstairs on second floor. Currently has OSB sub floor. Can I use this underlayment over the OSB board either nailed, stapled, or glued, and then then glue the new engineered wood to the underlayment?
    by|Jul 10, 2024
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  Yes you can, use staples.

    by|Jul 10, 2024
      caret
      Q:Is this an appropriate substrate for self Leveling compound?
      by|Jul 7, 2024
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Self leveling compound is for concrete floors. Is that what you have?

      by|Jul 8, 2024
        caret
        Q:Can this be used on existing radiant floor heat? We are looking to remove existing 3/4" hardwood and install engineered hardwood, but need to elevate the subfloor slightly.
        by|Jun 13, 2024
        1 Answer
        Answer This Question

        A:  Is there a product between the heat source and the wood? I’m not familiar with that type of heating under wood. Usually it is under tile.

        by|Jun 13, 2024
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          Customer Reviews

          4.4 out of 5

          • 4.4 out of 1,095 reviews
          • 89% recommend this product
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          I purchased this plywood to cover my front window after a windstorm caused a pine tree in my backyard to fall onto the roof of my house, shattering my front window. This piece of plywood helped to keep the cold, wet weather out of my house and to keep my heating bill within reason.
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          1 found this review helpful
          bad wood
          I have a very good saw with a 60 tooth diablo blade, every piece I have cut off falls apart
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          Response from TaracaSep 6, 2023
          Reach out to me and I will work to make it right.
          Davidwozniak@taracapacific.com Taraca
            1 found this review helpful
            panels were in the room and mildewed
            I bought these to use for the underlayment before I put down the new flooring. These were recommended by the sales person at Home Depot, it all mildewed before I could use them.
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            Response from TaracaJun 30, 2023
            Please go to the store they were purchased from and get a refund and give them my contact info for a credit.
            davidwozniak@taracapacific.com
            I just need a copy of the receipt, a pic of the mildew on the panel and if possible the information from the label on the back. Taraca
              1 found this review helpful
              This stuff is crap
              The veneer lifted off of the panels as soon as I started to work with them. This is crap--the worse plywood I've ever worked with and I have over 40 years experience as a finish carpenter and cabinetmaker.
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              Response from TaracaApr 5, 2023
              Please contact me via email with your receipt
              Davidwozniak@taracapacific.com Taraca
                5 found this review helpful
                Delaminating edges
                Bought this as a economical alternative to luan and am very disappointed. Some edges are delaminating and soft which is not good for a glue down vinyl plank installation. Will have to cut out the soft spots and fill with Ardex.
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                Response from TaracaMar 28, 2023
                Please tell me what city/state you are in so I can trace the product to the correct factory.
                I apologize for the bad outcome of this project. if you need compensation reach out to the store where the product was purchased. They can contact us with receipts and samples at contact@taracapacific.com Taraca
                  4 found this review helpful
                  DIY
                  This wood is good because it’s basically water proof and it is good for anything.
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                    • Recommended
                    1 found this review helpful
                    Fake shiplap dream!
                    I use this to make fake shiplap. I started with the popular method of cutting strips. But i have created a better method that works in most applications. I use a mini circular saw to cut channels (deep enouch but not too deep) to simulate the lines of shiplap. Then i put up the whole sheet. Love it!
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                      • Recommended
                      33 found this review helpful
                      I'm sure it's great for the intended purpose . I use it for drawer bottoms and the back of small ...
                      I'm sure it's great for the intended purpose . I use it for drawer bottoms and the back of small storage chests so it would be nice if the outer layers were a bit thicker . It still works good just don't sand it very much .
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                      14 found this review helpful
                      I do like this stuff - though I've never used...
                      I do like this stuff - though I've never used it for underlayment. I've used it for floating panels in fairly fine cabinetry, because it's inexpensive and there's often interesting figure - just don't do more than barely sand it - the top veneer is thin and the glue is often red!I also use it to make lightweight wooden storage bins to go on shelves, with 1x2s and 3/4" flat-head screws.
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                      14 found this review helpful
                      Underlayment (Common: 7/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.196 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.) We used this...
                      Underlayment (Common: 7/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.196 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.) We used this underlayment for a new floor in our foyer. We replaced some pretty hefty tile with laminate flooring, thus needing a new solid/flat floor to attach it to. It is lightweight, but very strong and smooth, easy to cut and nail. It was used on an area approximately 8 X 14. Also reasonably priced. We have used this same product for numerous projects in our home and will continue to.
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                      • Recommended
                      13 found this review helpful
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