MDF is an abbreviation for medium density fibreboard. It is a type of hardboard made from wood fibres glued under intense heat and pressure. This building material is frequently sold in 4-foot by 8-foot sheets and comes in varying thicknesses similar to plywood. MDF is a common material used in many interior building projects also available in different sizes and colours in laminated and plain.Fibre cement board is a building material typically used as siding or trim. This material was designed to provide a product that is durable and able to withstand climate extremes. Fibre cement boards require little maintenance and offer several advantages over traditional siding materials such as vinyl or wood available in different sizes.
Interior Doors / Solid Doors
Particle boards /Chipboards
Melamine Laminted Colours: Cheery, Mahogany // Sapeli Veneer Laminated Colour: Sapeli // Size: 915mm x 2150mm x 3mm
Joints & Cornices
Variety of joint and cornice moudling for interior design finishing.
MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard)
Colours: Plain, Cherry, Beech, Mahogany, Sapeli, Oak, Teak, Bodensee, Wenge, Pine, African Wenge, Black, White (over 700 colours available) // Dimensions: 8 ft. x 4 ft. (1.2 m x 2.4 m) // Thickness: 3mm, 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 16mm, 18mm, 25mm // Finish: matte (scratch proof) or gloss
Vinyl Plank Flooring
Vinyl plank flooring is a novel product that looks and feels like real wood. Waterproof, durable, low-maintenance, cost efficient. Good for moisture-prone areas that are usually ‘off-limits’ to hardwood, laminate or engineered wood flooring, like bathrooms.
JUPM Grada® Thermoform Plywood
UPM Grada® is a wood material, which can be formed with heat and pressure. The UPM Grada thermo-formable wood panel is easily formed into a component in two steps : 1) the panel is heated and 2) formed and cooled in a mould. Visit our blog for more information.
PVC Edgebanding / Lipping in a variety of colours for perfectly matched finished edges to any plywood, particle board or MDF project.
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