Plyboard is a multi-purpose material manufactured in thin layers. Its layers called “plies” of wood veneer bonded together to produce a flat sheet. It is glued together with adjacent layers having their wood grain rotated up to one another. It is also commonly used for a wide range of structural, interior and exterior applications.
Here are some of the following uses of plyboard:
- Exterior Wallcovering is to fasten each stud together to add strengths in preventing shifting. It keeps the frame structure intact and square as always. This forms a structure to perform under high wind. And during earthquakes, it performs well due to its flexible properties.
- Interior Walls in using a wood panel or interior framing stud walls, though it is not visible to the final finish.
- Roofing and Flooring commonly used to sheath roofs. And as a subfloor on many internal flooring projects. Plyboard panels may include edges that put together to carry loads because they can be as durable and suitable for final finish.
- Furniture is also practical and cost-effective material for building furniture because of the use of Plyboard. It is suitable for almost a furniture project, such as custom-built dressers, wardrobes, built-in media centers, shelves, bookcases, console tables.