Underlayment Finnish Pine

Thuiswinkel Waarborg

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Product information

  • Light and strong sheet material
  • Easy to machine
  • Quick assembly time
  • Front side suitable for decorative applications
  • Rear does not have visual quality
  • Thinner variants can warp faster


Underlayment Finnish pine is a plywood made from Finnish pinewood. It is widely used for constructions and is therefore also called construction plywood. It is very suitable for making floors because of its high bending strength. The clear colour and the beautiful wood grain ensure that the material can also be used decoratively.

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Product properties

Specific gravity (kg/m3)460
Visual gradingB/CP
Thickness9 mm, 12 mm, 15 mm, 18 mm
Type Underlayment
VariantUnderlayment Finnish Spruce
GrainYes, lengthwise
Application (climate)Indoors
Wood type of surface layerFinnish pine
Functional useConstruction and lumber
ColourBeige / Brown
Quality mark80% PEFC
Sheet structureMultiple layers
Top layer typeUnfinished

Order cut-to-size underlayment Finnish pine sheets online

Bring the Scandinavian interior style into your home with Finnish pine. Easily order cut-to-size underlayment Finnish pine sheets online. Underlayment can be cut or milled to size into various shapes. The most commonly chosen shape is a rectangle, but we also mill circles, ovals, hexagons or even parallelograms for you. Do you want to have your do-it-yourself project neatly finished? Then choose one of the available (edge) finishes.

Underlayment Finnish pine: what is it?

Underlayment Finnish pine is a plywood made from Finnish pinewood. Underlayment has a number of unique properties compared to other wooden sheets. It also has relatively little structure. In addition, this sheet material is forceful, resilient and can carry a lot of weight. Underlayment Finnish pine is a light, white to cream-coloured wood. The light grain pattern of the coniferous wood provides a natural look. This sheet material is also called Pellos Floor.

Like other types of plywood, underlayment in Finnish pine consists of several layers of wood veneer. These layers are glued crosswise on top of each other, which makes the sheet strong. This results in a stable sheet. The sheet edges are nice to see through the layers and are often kept in sight.

The direction of the wood grain

Underlayment shows a wood grain. The wood grain pattern always runs in the longitudinal direction. When sawing the sheet, we maintain that the longitudinal dimension is also the longitudinal direction of the wood grain. So be careful when filling in the measurements, so that the flames of the wood grain all run in the right direction!

Quality grading with underlayment

Underlayment comes in different qualities. This does not mean that the sheet is more or less strong, it indicates the quality of the appearance of the sheet. The quality can be found in the product properties. More information about the visual grading below.


Quality grading underlayment
A Sorted and free of errors. No repairs allowed
B Small impurities and repairs allowed
S Minor impurities, repairs and colour differences are allowed
BB Repairs using stuffing are allowed
C+ of CP Defects are filled and knots are allowed
C- of CC Errors are allowed, defects will not be repaired


Read here more about all visible qualities.

Available thicknesses of underlayment Finnish pine

Underlayment Finnish pine can be ordered in different thicknesses. You can easily specify your desired thickness during the ordering process. This way you can be sure that the sheet material meets your requirements: both the size and thickness of the material. The following thicknesses are available: 9 mm, 12 mm, 15 mm and 18 mm.

Machining underlayment Finnish pine sheets

Pinewood is easy to work with. This sheet material can discolour over time. Use oil, varnish or stain to prevent discolouration. Lightly sand the material before you start painting. The sheet edges may contain splinters, so pay extra attention to them. Finally, you can treat the sheet edges with an edge sealer, as these are very coarse. It is also important to pre-drill the sheet material. This is because the wooden sheets can split.

Specific applications of underlayment Finnish pine

Underlayment Finnish pine is a structural sheet and not suitable for decorative applications without a finish. If you finish the plate well, it is also suitable for furniture and other decorative applications. It is also extremely suitable for walls, floor coverings, mouldings, etc. Use the material only indoors, for long-term enjoyment of the sheet material.

In addition to sawing the material to size with millimetre accuracy, you can also choose from a variety of shapes and finishes. For example, if you have a round dining table in mind, choose the 'circle' shape, or opt for a rectangle with rounded corners. See the available shapes and finishes that apply to the product or see all the possibilities on the shapes or finishes page.

Alternatives to underlayment Finnish pine

Is underlayment Finnish pine not the right type of wood for your project after all? Then opt for OSB or MDF for instance.

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