Are we talking regular construction-grades stuff of cabinet making? My
price sheet from Owl Hardwood shows 3/4" 4x10 maple, birch, cherry, and oak
ply. But it looks like you'd better have a good reason to get it. It's
50-100% more than 4x8. The most northern store in Illinois is in Des
Plaines. You can get their number from www.owlhardwood.com. For southern
Wisconsin, give a call to Kettle Moraine Hardwoods in Hartford. I've
stopped in there a couple of times on my way to/from Milwaukee. They're at
OTOH, if you just need construction grade (and for the record, I can't
personally say it exists because I've never looked), then I'd call up the
nearest honest-to-goodness lumber yard and ask.
Does Kettle Moraine Hardwoods carry ply? I have never noticed it, but
then again, when I walk in, all I can do is drool over the book
matched pieces at the end of each row. Then I start shopping and I
never get past the maple, walnut, cherry and the cut offs bins.
Thanks guys, I'm quite familiar with Owl Hardwood, but the price for 2
extra feet on plywood was
and extra $80. But Kettle Moraine came through with the cost being
about 40 percent more than a
normal 4x8 sheet.
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