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I've got the chance to buy some sheets of 18mm water resistant coated ply at a really good price. I'll be building a shed/kennel combo soon, so thought I'd grab this stuff while it's on offer.......but then I thought, would it condensate on the inside of the kennel area?

 

Anyone used this for kennels before?

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Sounds like marine ply, it will be perfect for your project.

It's more than marine ply mate......it's this

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That the stuff for the trailers floors?

Great stuff.

What you got on the roof??

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just put a vent in if your worried about it

Yeh I was thinking that cheers....

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That the stuff for the trailers floors?

Great stuff.

What you got on the roof??

I'm while off doing it as yet, but I thought I'd use this for the whole shell & felt over it for the roof..........that was my main concern, that I may get condensation on the under side.

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You will have to drill the holes 1st as it will bend nails if you try to put them through that.it will be a nice heavy kennel to that mate i dont blame you for buying that if it was cheap as even if i didnt need it i would of bought it to.

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Its called buffalo board ,does not sweat and is weather proof .Retails at £49 a sheet so bargain .All my kennel houses are made of it with roof over top of all of it .

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It's called GRP and the ends will need sealing otherwise it will rot and de laminate just like any other type of ply.

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Buffalo board is marine ply underneath .Ive screwed ally angle to all exsposed edges

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