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Common: 19/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft., Actual: 0.578 in. x 47.75 in. x 95.75 in. Oriented Strand Board

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Trubord 4 ft. x 8 ft. square edge panels are ideal for the construction of residential single and multi-family houses as well as light commercial construction and modular mobile homes. Trubord rated structural panels are manufactured using wood strands and waterproof adhesives and do not contain added urea-formaldehyde resins. The wood strands are arranged in cross-oriented layers to provide strength and performance properties similar to equivalent thicknesses of plywood. The result is a structural engineered wood panel that is consistent in quality with no core voids. No special tools are required to work with the panels. Trubord sheathing, with a grade stamp, are certified by the APA (The Engineered Wood Association) to ensure the quality is built-into every panel and that it meets North American building codes.
  • APA rated structural panel ideal for roof or wall sheathing
  • Panel is sized to allow 1/8 in. spacing for installation
  • Trubord is available as SFI chain of custody certified upon request
  • Trubord comes with a 25-year limited warranty
  • APA rated structural panel
  • Note: Product may vary by store
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)
96.0
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.625 in
Actual Product Width (in.)
48 in
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
19/32
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
4

Details

Engineered Wood Type
OSB/Waferboard
Plywood Features
Paintable
Span Rating
32/16
Weather Exposure
Exposure 1

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

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Does19/32 = 1/2"?

Asked by Jerry July 19, 2021
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is this the 3/4 one ?

Asked by miguel July 6, 2021
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No. 23/32 is closer to 3/4 inch thickness 19/32 is about 5/8 inch thickness

how many pounds is the total weight?

Asked by suncity March 3, 2021
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17 to 19 Pounds per sheet

How many sheets are in a bundle or pallet?

Asked by Kelly February 5, 2021
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A full bunk should be 64 of 19/32

How much for 27 paywood

Asked by Angel November 29, 2020
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Current price in Colorado is $27.97 per sheet, so 27 sheets would be $755.19 Plus tax and remember this is OSB= Oriented Strand Board, not Plywood

can you cut it and have it ready for pick up order?

Asked by tony April 21, 2020
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Suitable for a chair?

Asked by Maisah February 6, 2020
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Use plywood, Mike

Can this be used as a ceiling mount surface (attached w/screws to joists) to adhere glue on tiles?

Asked by CP1 December 29, 2019
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Can plywood be cut at store to 36” strips

Asked by Magoo November 12, 2019
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Yes they’ll cut it however you want but some stores charge extra for more than one cut. They also may not be as precise as you want. Depends on your project if that matters.

What does 1 board weigh?

Asked by mastercylinder November 5, 2019
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One board weighs 2.3 pounds.

Common: 19/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft., Actual: 0.578 in. x 47.75 in. x 95.75 in. Oriented Strand Board - page 2

Customer Reviews

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  • 83% recommend this product
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Good quality, great price.
Good quality, great price.
by Reds
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Was the best price and the best product...
Was the best price and the best product
by DERBY
Wood was fine but the price is unbelievable but was forced to buy to finish our product.
Wood was fine but the price is unbelievable but was forced to buy to finish our product.
by ConcernedAmerican
1 person found this helpful
22 dollars 2 1/2 years ago
The cost is outrageous for this now, when the cost was only 22 dollars 2 1/2 years ago. What justifies the huge price jump over a couple years? People went though a trough year and I don't see how the price drops back down from this over priced product. It's not plywood and they're seeking the same cost, that was the whole point of OSB, but when the prices are so close, why not just opt for plywood. Home Depot, you can do better than this!!!!
by Levi
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Used it for building crates for 2000Lbs of molds....
Used it for building crates for 2000Lbs of molds.
by KRUTIN
Fantastic customer service!...
Fantastic customer service!
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Used for flooring. Very solid
Used for flooring. Very solid
by Les
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