PureBond is available in a wide range of real-wood face veneers, for great design versatility in DIY and professionally-built projects.
PureBond promotes healthy indoor air quality through its proprietary soy-based resin technology.
Build cabinets, furniture, wall paneling, shelving, storage solutions, media centers, headboards and more.
Standard sheets are 4’ x 8’. Or choose smaller PureBond Project Panels at homedepot.com to minimize waste.
yes this a good product for that , i have bulit a number of shelfs and cabinet with this and have no [ropblem
They will be more than happy to make your cuts. Realize you will not get the actual cuts listed because the saw kerf will reduce material by its width. Make sure you have a little extra width in the cuts you ask for. Have fun!
it varies by store management, but it's very minimal like maybe 25 cents a cut to free
Yes, you can use this as a subfloor but OSB would be a more cost effective material to use. Best of luck on your remodel.
once you place the online order, give it a few mins to call the store where you will be picking it up. Tell them the order you placed and ask them to cut to size.
I don't know for certain, but I suspect the listing is incorrect and the 23/32 is the actual thickness. That's an odd fraction to list as nominal, I'm guessing whoever put the listing together doesn't know what nominal means in this context.
No. This product uses interior grade adhesive between each layer. If your application involves continuous potential contact with water and the likelihood of condensation on the plywood; likely to cause this product to delaminate - you’d be profoundly disappointed with this material’s durability, not to mention that Birch is notorious for inability to resist fungal attack when wet. There’s a reason marine grade plywood gets its name; one of them is the adhesive is unaffected by exposure to water. The other is brute strength. Marine grade plywood also has antifungal properties; Pay for the performance you need. If you proceed and use this anyway - you’re one pinprick away from the rapid deterioration of this material. You'd be far better off using a timber more suited to moisture exposure - consider cypress. It’s light, strong, takes fasteners well, is rot resistant, and not that expensive. Sorry to be blunt. Don’t use this stuff (3/4” birch plywood) in that application.
Please ask that at your Home Depot store.
They will make the cuts, but their saw and/or their personnel won’t do it cleanly. Expect it to be completely splintered with pieces of veneer peeling off and it will need to be recut at home (based on my experience at 3 different stores). Best to just have them make enough cuts to fit the wood into your car for transport.
This is a question for the Home Depot staff.