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Need a wood that is strong, rigid but lightweight and pliable to work with? Plywoods at Timbercity Somerset West are the perfect solution for your construction project.

Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Marine

MARINE PLYWOODS

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
3, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 25 mm

Please check availability of thicknesses

Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Commercial Interior

INTERIOR COMMERCIAL PLYWOODS

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
3 mm

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Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Commercial

EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL PLYWOODS

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 25 mm

Please check availability of thicknesses

Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Pine

EXTERIOR PINE PLYWOODS

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 25 mm

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Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - OSB

OSB

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 25 mm

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Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Birch

BIRCH PLYWOODS

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 25 mm

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Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Oak

OAK PLYWOODS

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
3 mm

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Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Shutterply

SHUTTERPLY

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
18 and 21 mm

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Timbercity Woodstock - Plywood - Resin

RESIN FACE PLYWOODS

Standard sizes
8 x 4 = 2440 x 1220 mm

Thicknesses
18 and 21 mm

Please check availability of thicknesses

Plywoods have many different applications, each with its own attributes. Plywoods are generally light in weight, have a very rigid and strong structure to weight ratio and thinner plys are slightly bendable to assists with curves.

MARINE PLYWOODS

Marine Plywood is mainly used in very wet environments. It is strong and durable and handles sea water well. If you have a boat and need a bench seat fitted or the dashboard of a motor boat you would use Marine Plywood which has a special glue and bonding method to ensure no delamination. A sealer or varnish is advisable.

INTERIOR COMMERCIAL PLYWOODS

Interior Commercial Plywood is mainly used for indoor furniture and panelling. It also gets used regularly as insets in doors or backings of antiques and other cabinets.

EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL PLYWOODS

Commercial Exterior Plywood is the little brother of Marine Plywood. This plywood has phenolic glue which is water resistant and can be used outside. However it cannot be exposed to water like Marine Plywood but is adequate for outdoor use. If you want to add or replace a garden shed roof or pool pump cover this would be the plywood you choose. It will still need a coat of varnish for extra protection and longevity. The surface of commercial plywood is generally a hardwood veneer of a few mm thick and cross hatched.

EXTERIOR PINE PLYWOODS

Exterior Pine Plywood is similar to the commercial in the sense it also has the exterior glue but the plywood is made from Pine and is thus not as durable as commercial plywood for exterior use. Pine Plywood is usually used for furniture manufacture and backings for cupboards and cabinets.

MARINE PLYWOOD

Marine Plywood is mainly used in very wet environments. It is strong and durable and handles sea water well. If you have a boat and need a bench seat fitted or the dashboard of a motor boat you would use Marine Plywood which has a special glue and bonding method to ensure no delamination. A sealer or varnish is advisable.

INTERIOR COMMERCIAL PLYWOOD

Interior Commercial Plywood is mainly used for indoor furniture and panelling. It also gets used regularly as insets in doors or backings of antiques and other cabinets.

EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL PLYWOOD

Commercial Exterior Plywood is the little brother of Marine Plywood. This plywood has phenolic glue which is water resistant and can be used outside. However it cannot be exposed to water like Marine Plywood but is adequate for outdoor use. If you want to add or replace a garden shed roof or pool pump cover this would be the plywood you choose. It will still need a coat of varnish for extra protection and longevity. The surface of commercial plywood is generally a hardwood veneer of a few mm thick and cross hatched

EXTERIOR PINE PLYWOOD

Exterior Pine Plywood is similar to the commercial in the sense it also has the exterior glue but the plywood is made from Pine and is thus not as durable as commercial plywood for exterior use. Pine Plywood is usually used for furniture manufacture and backings for cupboards and cabinets.

OSB

OSB (Oriented Strand Board) is technically not a plywood, as wood chips are layered upon each other at different angles and laminated under pressure using an exterior glue. This board is perfect for construction of interior walls or as panelling for a contemporary look. The 21mm is strong enough to be used for decking.

BIRCH PLYWOODS

Birch Plywood is a high quality plywood with an excellent face finish and the fine plywood layers give a lovely finish. Edges can be routered which results in a smooth finish with defined layers. It is mainly used in furniture manufacture due to it beautiful finish.

SHUTTERPLY

As the name describes this plywood is mainly used for shuttering or formwork. It does not have a great face finish and is rough and ready to be used a few times and then dumped. It is also manufactured with an exterior glue and is a cheap option for shelving or decking in a loft roof.

RESIN FACE PLYWOODS

This is the big brother of Shutterply and comes at a premium. The resin layer on both sides comes in a dark brown to black finish and is perfect for shuttering and formwork. If you want a super smooth finish and a product that can be used many times over, then this is the product for you.

OSB

OSB (Oriented Strand Board) is technically not a plywood, as wood chips are layered upon each other at different angles and laminated under pressure using an exterior glue. This board is perfect for construction of interior walls or as panelling for a contemporary look. The 21mm is strong enough to be used for decking.

BIRCH PLYWOOD

Interior Commercial Plywood is mainly used for indoor furniture finish and the fine plywood layers give a lovely finish. Edges can be routered which results in a smooth finish with defined layers. It is mainly used in furniture manufacture due to it beautiful finish.

SHUTTERPLY

As the name describes this plywood is mainly used for shuttering or formwork. It does not have a great face finish and is rough and ready to be used a few times and then dumped. It is also manufactured with an exterior glue and is a cheap option for shelving or decking in a loft roof.

RESIN FACE PLYWOOD

This is the big brother of Shutterply and comes at a premium. The resin layer on both sides comes in a dark brown to black finish and is perfect for shuttering and formwork. If you want a super smooth finish and a product that can be used many times over, then this is the product for you.

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