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Floor for thought

If you’ve had problems with gluing failure, varying dimensions, flatness or poor surface quality then SP101 is the product you need, according to Hanson’s website. It might sound a bit like a piece of Blue Peter advice on how to build a den at the bottom of the garden, but SP101 appears to boast rather better credentials, being ‘the only plywood to be Diamond certified by Technology For Timber’. So it might look like a straightforward slab of plywood flooring, but it’s actually a gem.

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