FAQ

Baltic birch plywood building material is a birch tree material that is popular in various fields of construction.

It is widely used as plywood formwork for monolithic construction, when building a roof, walls and floor in frame construction. It is also used for interior decor and the manufacturing of flooring and furniture.

Builders value the Baltic plywood for high strength and wear resistance. This allows you to reuse the plywood for formwork.

Designers choose birch plywood for the aesthetic quality, ease of processing and good price. This allows you to create bright, environmentally-friendly interiors.

Naturally, under the soft roof you should use the exterior birch plywood with increased water resistance. The thickness of plywood depends on the distance between joists - the smaller the distance, the thinner should be the plywood. But usually it is 12mm or 15mm thickness.

For shuttering it is better to use film faced plywood. That way hot concrete can be poured on each side up to 40 times - you will save on material resources.

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