Fir plywood is known for its durability, versatility, and attractive straight grain. From subflooring to roof decking to forward-facing cabinetry, its uses are vast and varied. A STAR Materials team member can support you in finding the right fir plywood size and grade for your project.
- Comes in a wide range of sizes and grades
- Durable and attractive
- Rot and moisture resistant
- Practical for interior and exterior applications
What are the common uses of fir plywood?
Fir plywood is commonly used for both interior and exterior applications. It can be an attractive and functional choice for cabinets, countertops, furniture, and more.
How does fir plywood compare to other types of plywood?
Fir plywood is one of the harder softwood plywoods. It’s less susceptible to warping than pine but not as strong and durable as hardwood plywoods (though it’s lighter in weight).
What are the advantages to using fir plywood?
Fir plywood has many advantages. It’s attractive, rot resistant, and doesn’t warp substantially with moisture.
Is fir plywood sustainable?
Yes, Douglas Fir wood is considered a renewable resource; it’s a common tree throughout much of western North America.