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RJA

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04-13-2011 04:48 AM

I’m building a screen room on a pressure treated deck. It has wide roof overhang and knee walls but I expect there will be some water that gets in. I’d like to put outdoor carpeting down but I think the gaps in the deck floor will be visible through the carpet. I thought about putting down sheets of pressure treated plywood to level out the floor but can only find it in 3/4” thickness. Is anyone aware of this coming in thinner sizes? Any advice for an alternative here?



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04-13-2011 03:22 PM

It is probably special order from your local stores, but you can get it in 1/2”. Usually, you have to ask for marine grade plywood, not pressure treated.

For some reason, they tend to understand the marine grade better and actually know what it is, (at least around here), but they won’t even bother to look for the pressure treated.

Best bet is a local lumber yard, not the big boxes.

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It is probably special order from your local stores, but you can get it in 1/2”. Usually, you have to ask for marine grade plywood, not pressure treated.

For some reason, they tend to understand the marine grade better and actually know what it is, (at least around here), but they won’t even bother to look for the pressure treated.

Best bet is a local lumber yard, not the big boxes.

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