Hello. Thank you for your question. An all acrylic-latex paint system will do the best job of sealing the wood from moisture and ultraviolet exposure from the sun. The acrylic-latex paint performs best if it first has a primer applied of the same manufacturer as the paint. Solid-color stain, limited to either latex or oil-based, can give good protection, but normally has to be reapplied more often than the acrylic paint. For best results, apply a prime coat followed by two finish coats. Latex semi-transparent stains or oil-based house paints are not recommended. In addition, spray application is not recommended. Finishing should be applied by brush or roller rather than spray application. Above all, read and follow the paint manufacturer’s instructions for finishing the siding project.
yes the industrial saws at the manufacturer can pull boards sideways and make a un square cut.
yes but you would have to ask your local home depot if their cutting wood again yet.
Hello. Thank you for your question. Roseburg recommends the use of an “Underlayment” grade plywood for use under finish floors. The Rated Sheathing product does not provide the same protection against concentrated loads and could result in dents in the flooring.
Call Customer Service and they should be able to help you, as long as you know what you want.
A bit more than 70 pounds
it is 2nd grade plywood you make the call...
Maybe if you could screw it down nobody walked on it.
would be classified as CDX I believe