PLYWOOD

Boise Cascade Plywood Panels

Get the reliable performance you need from our wide range of plywood options.

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

With a long history of plywood operations in the western and southern regions of the United States, Boise Cascade® is one of the leading manufacturers of plywood in North America. A large variety of plywood grades are available such as Sturd-I-Floor® single-layer floor panels, sheathing, and sanded panels. 

An extensive distribution network means you receive product quickly and safely, where and when you need it.

Boise Cascade Plywood Benefits

  • Superior dimensional stability
  • Excellent strength-to-weight ratio
  • Less susceptible to minor impacts, chemicals, or changes in temperature and humidity
  • Manufactured with moisture-resistant adhesives
  • Durable performance
  • Certified by the Engineered Wood Association (APA)
  • Sturd-I-Floor® Plywood

    APA Performance Rated Panel designed specifically for residential and other light-frame applications where the panel serves as both the subfloor and the underlayment under carpet.

  • Sanded

    Sanded-smooth panels in various grades for any project.

  • Sheathing

    Residential and commercial options for any roof or wall application.

Plywood Grades Explained

The veneers used to manufacture Boise Cascade plywood carry one of the letter grades shown below. A majority of our plywood is graded with two letters: one denotes the panel’s face veneers, the other denotes the back veneers.

GRADE  DESCRIPTION 
A Smoothest panel with no knots and nearly free from defects. This panel is paintable and often used in cabinets and furniture when appearance is important. 
B Similar to the A grade panel but has more repairs, some up to 1 inch across. Tight knots are also permitted.
C- plugged An improved C veneer with some minor defects. Knots up to ½ inch larger permitted providing total width of all knots.
C An unsanded panel that has several minor defects. Knots up to 1 ½ inches across. 
D Panel with defects that have not been repaired and knotholes up to 3 inches wide and ½ inch larger under certain specified limits. A limited number of splits also permitted.

Product Literature

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How Plywood is Made

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