OSB Boards and Plywood Sheets

Silvaris is the leading North American distributor for many downfall panel products such as OSB (Oriented Strand Board), Plywood Sheets, Siding, Hardboard, MDF, and others.

Far-reaching supply contracts and a dedication to downfall products guarantee that we can support our suppliers and customers through fluctuating markets. We have a team of experts in all different sizes and grades of various panels that help you filter through the noise and make the right buying decisions for your jobs.

OSB Board & Plywood Products For Distribution

OSB Panels
OSB Boards & Sheets

Silvaris is the North American leader in downfall OSB Boards. We sell many sizes and grades, including Econ, Reject, and slightly damaged A Grade.

Plywood
Plywood Sheets

We find the best deals on plywood that extend across North America, even in places that are hard to reach.

OSB Panels
Siding & Off-Grade Siding Products

Unique relationships give us the first access to many popular off-grade siding products such as 8” OC B Grade and various Lap Siding sizes.

OSB Panels
Other Panels

We also have supply relationships for hardboard, MDF, engineered panels, roofing panels, and many more.

Contracted supply means we are there through the thick and thin, year-round, ready to get you what you need at any time.

Economical OSB Board and Plywood products at your fingertips.

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What are OSB Boards
Oriented Strand Board – OSB, sometimes referred to as: just OSB, OSB Panels, OSB Sheathing, OSB Sheets, and OSB Plywood, is an engineered wood-based structural product, like particleboard, primarily used in the construction industry. Because of its inherent load-bearing properties and dimensional stability, these structural panels are commonly used as wall sheathing, floors, siding, and decking for roofs.

 

Different Types of Plywood and Their Uses
Plywood sheets are a man-made material manufactured by bonding three or more (always an odd number) layers (plies) of wood together to form a panel. Each layer’s grain is at 90 degrees to its neighbor before being glued, which helps prevent warping, shrinking, or expanding, giving the sheet its strength, and stability.

Recent OSB and Plywood Articles

How We’ve Reshaped Material Procurement

Since our inception in 2000, we’ve been a pioneer in leveraging technology to revolutionize the construction industry. We’ve come a long way from our humble beginnings as a lumber trading company to becoming the leading North American distributor for a variety of construction materials. Our journey has been marked by a relentless focus on innovation, …

Understanding the Grades of Plywood

Plywood, a fundamental component in many construction projects, comes in a variety of grades, each tailored for specific uses. At Silvaris, we;’re dedicated to bridging the knowledge gap, helping you make informed choices based on your customers’ project needs. Here’s a brief outline of plywood grading and the range of applications suited for each grade. …

Incorporating B-Grade Materials Into Projects

In the modern building landscape, the push toward responsible material usage is more than a trend; it’s a commitment to a thoughtful approach that values both aesthetics and integrity. It’s about recognizing the potential in materials that might otherwise be discarded, and transforming them into something beautiful This approach not only saves building materials from …

Did You Know

Did you know plywood has been around for thousands of years? Archeologists found traces of laminated wood in the tombs of the Egyptian pharaohs.

Plywood was introduced into the United States in 1865 and industrial production started shortly after. In 1928, the first standard-sized 4 ft by 8 ft (1.2 m by 2.4 m) plywood sheets were introduced in the United States for use as a general building material.

Source: Wikipedia

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