Plywood Sheathing is produced using thin layers of wood called veneers that are peeled from a softwood tree log and glued together for form one multi-layered wood panel. This process creates a very strong plywood sheathing that is engineered to be a durable protective covering over framing wall studs and roof joists of a building. It also serves as an insulator and sub-wall or roof foundation for a weatherproof exterior siding material. CDX can be an inexpensive alternative to other plywood, although it’s considerably rougher on both the surface and the edges.
• Common applications include: exterior walls, roofing, shop projects, sub-wall applications • Available sizes: ½”, ?”, ¾” thickness, 4’x8’ panels
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