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Plywood Camden NJ

Looking for Plywood in Camden? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Camden that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Plywood in Camden.

Ardmore Hardwood Floors
(484) 253-6353
2375 Haverford Rd
Ardmore, PA
Hours
Monday 24 Hours
Tuesday 24 Hours
Wednesday 24 Hours
Thursday 24 Hours
Friday 24 Hours
Saturday 24 Hours
Sunday 24 Hours
Services
Carpet, Flooring, Hardwood, Laminate, Refinishing & Resurfacing, Stone, Tile

Henrys Sanding Floor
(856) 663-4966
5057 Homestead Ave
Merchantville, NJ
 
Bell Flooring
(215) 426-5239
1706 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA
 
One Nation Hardwood Floor Inc
(856) 207-1464
4520 Canning Ave
Merchantville, NJ
 
Ford Hardwood Floor
(856) 661-1311
1901 Springfield Ave
Pennsauken, NJ
 
Buy Rite Home & Building Supply Centers
(856) 662-7988
4104 Marlton Pike
Merchantville, NJ
 
Kessler Supply Company
(215) 763-3600
1204 W Girard Ave
Philadelphia, PA
 
Trading Company
(215) 551-0795
1100 Washington Ave
Philadelphia, PA
 
Shin Da Flooring & Cabinets
(215) 765-1514
1100 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia, PA
 
Dustless Hardwood Floors
(856) 833-0024
404 Taylor Ave
Oaklyn, NJ
 

Swing-Out Plywood Storage - Shop - American Woodworker

Swing-Out Plywood Storage

I was looking for a way to keep my small inventory of plywood organized and easy to access. The garage at my town house is small, but I did have a narrow space along one of the sidewalls next to the overhead door. After some head scratching I designed this swing-out storage unit. It fits the space perfectly and allows me to access any piece of plywood that I want because it works like a file folder. 

I bought all the materials for it at my home center for around 75 bucks. The hinge is made out of 1-in. pipe parts and fastened to the end of the storage container with 1-1/4-in. pipe straps. The pipe is connected to the wall with pipe flanges. The unit rolls on four 3-in. non-swiveling casters. 

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