Hey RIP I can’t answer for yours but I know in my ZIP Code I have three stores local. I’ve seen through the years were the batches were changed. But it’s all pretty much the same stuff. It does like to be dry. For the price point it’s a heck of a break on a sheet of plywood.
no you will not be able to. Someone else yes, but you.. no
If you keep waiting, with your mouth shut, the price of bread will be $38 soon..
Go measure the 1/2 and 7/16. I bet the 1/2 is actually 7/16 anyway.
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That is a good question. here is how you can get like 5 or 6 sheets of this board: Go to your local Home depot store. Go to the lumber dept. Find the very nice young man (or lady) sales associate, tell them "I would like 5 or 6 sheets of this board" while pointing at the board you want. There will be a price label near the board, this is the price per sheet. If the label is missing, you may ask the sales associate "how much per sheet?" while pointing at the board you are interested in. Using your smart phone's calculator app multiply the price by 5 (or 6, as the case may be) for a total price, before sales tax. Go to a check out register and pay the cashier, then you are now the proud owner of 5 or 6 sheets! Pro tip: If you need help loading the sheets into your vehicle, the cashier will be more than happy to use their intercom or radio to request someone to assist you. A very nice young man (or lady) will then accompany you to your vehicle and load your purchase into it for you. All in all, a very pleasant and easy experience!
Depending on the type of plyboard, that cost is PER SHEET!
Best to have the store do it, Free, perfectly true and square!
This is like blaming the gas station for the price of oil.. it's dumb. You should be blaming the people who locked down the country and destroyed the economy to get their guy elected. To them, your suffering was worth it..
A special plywood called sheetrock. Made of sold sheets cut from a rock tree.