Pressure-Treated Southern Yellow Pine meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. This treated Ground Contact plywood must be used for applications where treated plywood is difficult to maintain, repair or replace. Treated lumber is critical to the performance and safety of an entire system or construction such as deck joists, beams and ledger boards. An additional benefit is its defense against rot and insect infestation for its vast majority of applications. Southern yellow pine is responsibly manufactured, safe and environmentally friendly when used as directed.
Made of southern yellow pine
Ground contact treated plywood can be used in both above ground and ground contact applications
Must use ground contact pressure treated plywood where it is at risk for poor air circulation, less than 6 in. from the ground, or has poor or no water drainage below the structure
Ground contact treated plywood should be used in tropical climates or applications likely to have prolonged contact with vegetation or leaf litter
Uniform thickness, density and appearance for stable and long lasting performance
Backed by a lifetime limited warranty against termite infestation and rot
15/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.
Hot-dip galvanized fasteners are recommended
Individual pieces of pressure treated plywood will reference ground contact on the end tag
It varies due to the thickness and the finish of the sheet. Either go to the website and look it up, or go to the Home Depot store and check it out. I certainly don't mean to be rude, but in today's market, prices have changed greatly, and what is quoted today may not be the case tomorrow.
Can you paint pressure treated plywood? Thanks
Asked by mfsieap February 26, 2021
Sure, but I would install them and let them dry for about a week or so before painting with a "good" quality paint. If they are in a location that gets wet before you paint, then you probably should allow extra drying time before you paint.
Is this marine grade? (Will bond hold up to long term submersion?)
Asked by Dave February 10, 2020
No, it's not. It means that it can come in contact with wet ground, but that does not mean it can be used for submersion construction.
what size is the same as 24/16 th. or close to 15/32 or23/32
Asked by stan May 28, 2019
Is this plywood fire rated?
Asked by Roy September 6, 2017
FIRE RATING IS DETERMINED BY THE MANUFACTURE
AND COULD VARY IN RATINGS
I bought this product on recommendation from a friend, Scott that works in Tile department at Hom...
I bought this product on recommendation from a friend, Scott that works in Tile department at Home Depot on Chenal in Little Rock as a base for a table top to be tiled for my deck. Product supplied the need that for the support of tile project. Also being treated will allow the tabletop to stand the time to always be an asset to my deck.