How To Tell If Plywood Is Exterior Grade?

Answer:

Appearance stamps on plywood range from cabinet-grade (A) to construction grade (C and D). Exterior plywood carries an X stamp, which identifies it as suitable for use outdoors. Beside CDX, you can also find better grades, such as ABX, ACX and even BCX.

Answer:

When purchasing exterior plywood, one of the first things the home owners look for is grade. Like other types, exterior plywood is classified based on appearance using letter grading system, A through D, with each letter representing the quality of the wood.


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