Birch Plywood FAQs

It is more resistant to warping than any other plywood and the screws stay tight and secure in the holes.
The different grades of birch plywood are B/BB, BB/BB, BB/CP, CP/CP and C/C. All of these grades are different and can be used differently.
Birch plywood uses veneers that are squashed together at right angles. This is called cross bonding and it makes it stronger when more layers are added.
Sure. It is possible to stain birch plywood but you may need to prepare the wood for the best results.
Yes, it can. It's light in colour and takes paint well. It's ideal for furniture and anything else where you require a clean finish.
Any type of saw will be sufficient but because of the interlocked pattern of the grain, it can make your blade blunt pretty quickly. Pre-drilling can help you cut the panel easier. We provide a cutting service so you don't have the hassle or concerns.
Birch has many good quality’s. It's strong, blemish-free and is also suitable for interior and exterior use. It will not be warped by water either.
It certainly is! Because of the fast growth speed of these birch trees, using birch plywood has little effect on the environment.
Yes, it is water-resistant and is suitable to use for interior and exterior projects. It also maintains its strength and does not soak or deform if wet.
It is made and produced in Finland. The layers make the plywood strong, easy to use and durable. It can also withstand bad weather and much more.