plywood strips

Best used for:

Blocking and Furring

Available in these sizes:

Thickness range is as follows:

¼”, ½”, ⅗”, ⅝”, 1”, 1 ¼”

Plywood Strips

Plywood Strips are sheets of plywood that have been cut down to the size you need to successfully complete your project.

Plywood strips are effective and versatile in the use of blocking and furring projects. Because they are smaller and thinner than what is typically used in blocking and furring, many of our customers prefer this product. We can also provide them with dado or rabbet cuts to fit flush on any project.

Frequently Asked Questions

Refers to the different grades of lumber so, for example, CDX means that one side is C grade, the other is D grade and the X means that the lumber is meant for exterior use.
  • Medium Density Overlay (MDO)
  • High-Density Overlay (HDO)
  • Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)
  • High-Density Fiberboard (HDF)
Kiln Dried After Treatment
B Side B Side Oiled Edges Sealed
Dado and rabbet cuts are used in woodworking projects to make stronger joints. Dadoes are flat-bottomed recesses that strengthen supporting shelves and connecting panels.
The grading of lumber has more to do with the look of lumber or its intended use. CDX is the most commonly used panel, but for certain applications, a higher grade is required.

Yes! Frisco Woodline has a multitude of certifications, including the FSC Certification. Learn more about our certifications.

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