Many homeowners, trying their hand at DIY, have run into the need to purchase sheets of plywood. Standard sheets of plywood are about 4-feet by 8-feet and come in various “plys” or thicknesses. A 3/4″ thick piece of plywood weighs around 60-85 pounds – which makes it very awkward to carry on your own. Most home improvement stores offer assistance for heavy items or rolling carts designed to carry flat objects such as this. But if you ever need to carry a long sheet of plywood by yourself, such as from your truck to inside your home, use this handy trick to make it easier on you.
- 1 20-foot long piece of rope
Step 1: Tie a knot at the ends of a 20-foot long rope
Step 2: Loop the rope under two corners on the same side
Step 3: Grab the center of the rope and lift up the plywood