Posts Tagged ‘sureply plywood underlayment’


Friday, January 12th, 2018

Patriot Timber Products will be exhibiting again this year at The International Surface Event (TISE) 2018.  The show will be in Las Vegas, Nevada this year from January 30th – February 1st at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.  The International Surface Event ( consists of three world-class tradeshows – SURFACES / StonExpo/Marmomac / and Tile […]

Why Invest in a Quality Plywood Underlayment?

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

DIY home renovation projects can be fun, but also challenging. Most of your time will probably be spent selecting the best floor and researching the installation process. However, you should also spend a great deal of thought on what goes underneath your new floors. A high quality plywood underlayment will have a reputation of excellent […]

SurePly® Premium Plywood Underlayment for Use Under Ceramic, Porcelain & Stone Tiles

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

SurePly® plywood underlayment has been tested by the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) and has received an “Extra Heavy” classification per the ASTM standards for ceramic tile installations.  SurePly® plywood underlayment made from premium grade Birch and hardwood veneers that are finely sanded for a consistent, excellent working surface and produced with a cross-grain construction for […]

March Madness is Here!

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

Here’s a craft for you March Madness fans! We chose to support all of the ACC teams that are currently in this year’s NCAA Tournament. You can do as we did or choose your favorite team to support!                Supplies you’ll need for this project: RevolutionPly® panel(s) Garden stakes Jigsaw Mod Podge Sandpaper […]

Patriot Timber Family of Panel Products

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

For the convenience of consumers interested in purchasing panel products, we have listed below brief descriptions of the unique characteristics of Patriot Timber’s family of panel products for a side by side comparison.  We hope this will help with your selection of the best panel for your home improvement project. SurePly® plywood underlayment is the […]

Tips to Avoid Discoloration of Your Resilient Flooring

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

All too often, discoloration of resilient flooring originates from the type of fasteners used. Staples, Nails and Screws that have no anti-rust coatings should not be used to fasten plywood underlayment panels.  These fasteners can rust when they come in contact with seam fillers, flooring adhesives or sub-floor panels that may have higher than acceptable moisture […]

Professional Flooring Contractor vs. Flooring Installer

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Professional flooring contractors and flooring installers are not the same. Most often, a professional flooring contractor is hired in a commercial installation environment and a flooring installer is hired for a residential one. Flooring contractors are typically hired for commercial flooring installations for the following reasons: Commercial flooring installations are typically more complex than residential […]

Dog House Project: Part 4

Monday, February 9th, 2015

We’re back for part 4 of our dog house project. The structure of our doghouse is complete with an opening in the doorway and a base coat of paint. Now we are ready to put the finishing touches on the roof, as well as paint our dog house to make it a beautiful home for […]

Dog House Project: Part 3

Friday, January 30th, 2015

We’re back for part 3 of our dog house project. All the pieces are measured and cut to fit, using the dimensions given in Part 1 of the blog. The frame is complete and the door to our dog house has an entry to the fur baby’s new home. Now we are ready to finish […]

Dog House Project: Part 2

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

We’re back for the next step to building a well-insulated, weather protected house for your furry family member. First, we have to make sure we have all the supplies and tools we need for the project (as mentioned in Part 1 of our Dog House project). Next, we will start building the frame. Make sure […]

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