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Top Tips For Your Oriented Strand Board

Oriented Strand Board (OSB) is a form of manufactured wood, just like particleboard. Compressing several layers of wood strands and adhesives in specific ratios form OSB. The material has a variegated and rough surface where the individual strips lie across each other unevenly, creating a variety of thicknesses and types. (more…)

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What Is Scant Timber Used For

Scant timber is a type of timber that is used in building a none load-bearing wall partition. It is used as rafter material, which is also referred to as ‘framing.’ When the framing is constructed, the frame panel is faced, by the joiner with plasterboards. Sometimes the timber is used as cavity filler or acoustic…

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Timber Maintenance for Winter

Winter is beckoning, and as other precautions are put in place, timber should be also be cushioned to survive the harsh weather conditions characterised by a significant drop in temperatures. Any garden structures and doors made of timber need to be treated to maintain their aesthetic value even after the winter. (more…)

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Oak Veneered vs. Solid Oak

The Difference Between Oak Veneered and Solid Oak When shopping for furniture, most people tend not to be sure about the difference between solid wood and veneer wood. In most cases, shoppers confuse the two timbers, getting one instead of the other. To understand these two better, below is a highlight of Oak veneered vs.…

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Guide To Hanex Acrylic Surfaces

What are Hanex Acrylic Surfaces? Hanex acrylic is a substance made using natural materials and acrylic resin. The end product is moulded into sheets with different shapes and patterns. Hanex Acrylic worktops tend to have a wide range of colours to suit different styles. The surfaces are great for commercial and residential uses. (more…)

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