You certainly do. Plywood in a moisture producing environment? Don't do it. I 'll bet that moisture damage is the reason you are replacing your old one.
Hello Steve, To answer your question finished plywood has always been at a premium because of the good looks, especially if your going to make furniture with it or stain it. There is also the extra time to make it that way. Then there is the inflation factor that everything has gone up in price. If your using the plywood for some sort of construction where looks won’t matter you can always use the unfinished product at a better price point. B62
I believe there are five plies.
it is close to 3/4 inch
I never had mine weighted, but by the heft of it, I'd say 10 - 20 lbs.
No it is not b62
I had a friend with a truck pick it up and it was not straight, was broken in 1 spot cracked in another
HI, this is a pine plywood, how ever in the manufacturing process the pine could be mixed with other white woods [ pine, spruce , fir ] and their is no guarantee it is kiln dried. SO you would be much better off going with a solid pine wood that has been kiln dried.
I don't know exactly, but I would say around 15 lbs?
you would need to contact the store that it is going to be picked up at, customer service or pros desk to see if they are cutting wood and how they would arrange that.