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Internet # 100037879

Model # 198340

Store SKU # 915424

8 in. OOC 303-6 Wood Siding (Nominal: 11/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.: Actual: 0.34 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

  • Features shiplapped edges to provide a neat look
  • Made of high-quality wood to ensure durable use
  • Paintable or stainable for customized use
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About This Product

Plywood siding is an all-wood exterior-grade panel. It is ideal for siding applications from new home construction, utility buildings, planters, dog houses and other remodeling or do-it-yourself-projects. Plywood siding features a rough-sawn textured face for a beautiful rustic appearance.

Highlights

  • Rich woodgrain texture of Southern Yellow Pine
  • Attractive 6 in. groove pattern
  • Easy to install with long-term durability
  • Shiplapped 8 ft. edges for a seamless joint
  • Can be painted or stained for variety of projects
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Product Information

Internet # 100037879

Model # 198340

Store SKU # 915424

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)

95.938 in

Actual Product Thickness (in.)

0.313 in

Actual Product Width (in.)

47.938

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)

47.938 sq ft

Nominal Product Length (in.)

95.938

Nominal Product Thickness (in.)

0.313

Nominal Product Width (in.)

47.938 in

Details

Color Family

Brown

Color/Finish

brown

Finish Type

Unfinished

Lumber Wood Species

Pine

Material

Wood

Product Weight (lb.)

3200 lb

Profiles

Shiplap

Siding Features

Ready to Paint

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

None

Questions & Answers

7Questions
caret
Q:What does it actually weigh per sheet? Probably not over 3,000 pounds. I just need to know what this 80 something can expect to be handling. I noticed this error with other products in the same category too.
by|Jan 14, 2024
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A:  Bill, The average weight among our mill for 11/32", 8" o.c. is 36 lbs. per board.

by|Jan 16, 2024
    caret
    Q:Your calculator is broken! I put in a wall dimension of 8ft length and 5 ft width and was told all I needed was 1 sheet of 4' x 8' T1-11!
    by|Aug 3, 2022
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    caret
    Q:i'm looking for smooth. i hope this is not rough sawn.
    by|May 29, 2022
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    A:  Patrick, This Plywood siding features a rough-sawn textured face for a beautiful rustic appearance.

    by|Jun 1, 2022
      caret
      Q:What is the weight of 1 sheet?
      by|May 13, 2020
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      A:  JW, The average weight per sheet is 34 lbs.

      by|May 13, 2020
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        Customer Reviews

        3.4 out of 5

        • 3.4 out of 44 reviews
        • 82% recommend this product
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        This was part of an online order. Half of the order was missing the shiplap where the sheets meet. I went to the "local" store which is an hour away to get what I needed to replace what was bad. Store inventory showed 52 sheets. They couldn't find them! Refusing to return home empty handed I then went to a competitor's store, opened an account and quickly found everything I needed. I'm done with Home Depot and especially the Williston store! They will be getting back what is left of the online order. I have more nightmare stories from this store, so this isn't a kneejerk reaction.
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        I was in the store for over an hour picking through the pile to get four pieces of siding. I settled for siding that the edges where damaged but didn’t want to dig any deeper to find better siding
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        Used it on a carport ceiling because I wanted something light. It flexes a lot and the edges were pretty beat up because it's so thin. I used some thicker t1-11 on another similar project. The thicker stuff, though heavier, was ultimately the right choice.
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        The wood was chipped in many places. Esp in the tongue and groove spots. Had to cut a lot of make it all fit. When picking it up employees didnt ask to help load the order
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        11/32 is too thin for T1-11 with cut grooves. Some panels have gaps on second layer, which just leaves one thin ply of wood. It is a low cost option for a shed
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        Poor lip edge
        The lip groove on the edges are not complete I have to spend time running a saw so they could accept each other Made my project much longer than planned not being able to jam them up. That and the tongues are extremely fragile I had to deal with getting split ones from HD because the entire rack lost against a fork lift or something. Bang for buck just not there because the quality and care is severely lacking. Looked like the tool the factory used was worn out
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            Wood worped by the next day very poor material
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