Weather-proofing that lasts

Unpredictable weather in the Philippines expose homes to the elements.  If roofs, walls, floors and ceilings are still good, reinforce or weather-proof your home using marine plywood. Marine plywood is thicker, harder and sturdier than ordinary plywood.  SMWPI Wood Products, Inc. has a tradition of producing Santa Clara Marine Plywood since 1923. The SMWPI plant in Toril, Davao City, follows a manufacturing process  which involves selection of high density raw materials, modern production techniques, and stringent quality control tests. Their products  bear stickers with barcode and tracking numbers, stamped logo and/or laser etching,  to assure customers that it is a good product for weather-proofing homes.

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