4 x 8 23 4 x 9 1 4 x 10 3 5 x 8 1 availability options.
1 2 or 23 32 plywood for roof.
Snowfall and ice accumulation can affect the load put on a roof.
It is an excellent choice for light frame wall and roof assemblies in weather protected applications.
However 3 4 th inch plywood is also used for a roofing system that has a heavier load.
A 1 2 sheet is actually 15 32 thick.
The most common rafter spacing is 24 inches and 5 8 inch plywood is recommended for that.
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Because the actual thickness may vary measuring the plywood is the only accurate way to determine its thickness.
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23 32 plywood pressure treated plywood plywood subflooring 3 4 sheathing plywood 48 24 sheathing plywood 3 4 cdx plywood.
Before lumber companies began selling osb the standard choice for sheathing a roof with a 24 inch rafter spacing was 1 2 inch cdx plywood the letters cdx indicate that it is construction grade.
23 32 cat ps1 09 square structural douglas fir sheathing application as 4 x 8.
The span rating on apa rated sturd i floor and apa rated siding panels appears as a single number.
For rafters spaced 20 or more inches apart 1 2 or 5 8 inch plywood is recommended.
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A 3 4 sheet is actually 23 32 thick.
Apa rated sturd i floor panels are designed.
For the less standard 20 inch apart rafters plywood with inch or 5 8 th inch thickness can be used.
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Plywood is often sold in 1 4 1 2 or 3 4 nominal thicknesses but the actual thickness is often 1 32 thinner.
A panel marked 32 16 for example may be used for roof decking over supports up to 32 inches on center or for subflooring over supports up to 16 inches on center.