About Sheet Goods

Last Updated November 2nd, 2020

Sheet goods are wood-based structural and non-structural flat panels manufactured by bonding smaller wood pieces of wood (including veneers, strips, chips,  sawdust, refined wood fibers, or a combination thereof) and resin which is subsequently pressed, extruded or otherwise formed into a single, uniform panel of various thicknesses.  Typical sheet sizes are 48' x 96', although some plywood sheets are 60’ x 60’. Products include structural and non-structural hardwood and softwood plywood, Oriented Strand Board (OSB) and Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) and Hardboard.
Structural panels are typically used as lateral force resistant sheathing and are found in wall, floor and roof assemblies. Non-structural sheet goods, including plywood, MDF, particleboard and hardboard are typically used in cabinetry, paneling and flooring.

Options for Reuse:  

As is - if good condition/quality
Waste to Energy

Units applicable to topic:  

Square Feet

Thousand Square Feet (MSF)

Additional Outside Resources:  

Canadian Wood Council

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