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  1. #1
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    Best Place to Order Plywood Online

    All -

    I'm located in eastern PA (about 50 miles north of Philly).

    I'm looking for a place where I can order my plywood online and have it delivered to me.

    What are the best places (with good variety and value) that you guys have used?

    Thanks.
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    James Cheever
    Ga Tech NROTC - 1978
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    Industrial Plywood out of Reading. Call and ask for Dave and tell him I sent you. They deliver (only a small fuel charge if the order is over $300) and they carry QUALITY product. The driver is great. There are two delivery days in my area a week and I suspect it will be the same for your area. (may be a different driver, but...)
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    Excellent, Jim.

    Thanks a bunch!
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    James Cheever
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    Check out Fessenden Hall in Pennsauken. Set up a commercial account and they may deliver out your way for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny means View Post
    Check out Fessenden Hall in Pennsauken. Set up a commercial account and they may deliver out your way for free.
    They are indeed an option, but awhile back when I was setting up suppliers, they were not interested in me because of my small business size and very low volume for purchasing. Perhaps that's changed. Industrial Plywood (which is far closer to the OP) has been stellar which is why I recommended them.
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    Johnny, thanks for the info. However, since I am just a hobbiest, I think I will check out industrial Plywood first.
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    James Cheever
    Ga Tech NROTC - 1978
    Run Silent, Run Deep
    Commander, USN (Retired)

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