Hardwood Plywood

Hardwood plywood is a generic term used to describe plywood panels that are manufactured using veneers peeled from hardwood logs. There are many types of hardwood plywood; some of the most common being Birch, Poplar, Mahogany, Oak, Maple, Cherry, and Eucalyptus. All of these hardwoods have different grain patterns, giving them a unique appearance and variation in color. Hardwood plywood is characterized by its excellent durability, stability, and finishing ability—making it ideal for many applications such as cabinetry, furniture, wall paneling, crafts, etc. It also has excellent surface hardness for wear-resistance for engineered flooring applications. Hardwood Plywood offers the following benefits:

  • A cost-effective alternative to solid hardwood lumber
  • An excellent choice for both paint or stain applications
  • An excellent choice for cabinetry, casework, fixtures, and displays
  • Resistance to splitting