Veneered MDF

We offer a wide range of quality veneered MDF products that meet the highest of standards at competitive prices across Manchester and the North-West. Using veneered MDF sheets as opposed to non-veneered boards has many advantages over solid wood flooring – providing superior flexibility and consistency which makes these an ideal, cheaper choice for nearly every project that you would need these boards for. As a timber merchants business, We stock many different size and veneer finish options for customers including Oak veneered MDF, Maple, Ash, Cherry, Pine, and Walnut so we can easily cater for all of our customers. Be sure to check out our large selection of non-veneered MDF and please contact us if you have any questions or queries about our products. Our pictures are only an image of what the species you order can look like it can differ in grain and colour for our photos each tree is different no two trees will be the same

Why choose our Veneered MDF?

We are currently stocked with a wide assortment of high-quality authentic veneered MDF sheets. We have an exceptional variety of different board sizes, our veneered MDF products range from 4mm through to 30mm in thickness. Theos Timber’s very wide variety of MDF products features elegant real wood finishes that are suitable for a broad range of interior decorative purposes.

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Veneered MDF (Medium Density Fibreboards) is made from quality wood veneers that are attached to premium fibreboards of average densities. The boards contain a 0.5mm veneer coating on both sides. Even though the veneer coat is used to simulate normal solid wood, there are other reasons for veneer finish on the MDF. The manufacturers are able to create wood options that can be used in the same way as solid woods. These options are availed to the consumer as safer and affordable options. The veneer is used to protect the fibreboard and make it safe for the user.

Normally, veneered MDF is characterised by two grades and faces. The flat slicing results to a figured face. Veneered MDF is a natural wood product, and each piece is branded by a unique structure, shading variations, knots inclusions, and grains. Today, Veneered MDF is the ideal substitute for solid wood. Customers who are looking for beauty and quality in wood finish usually go for this option as it rarely disappoints.

Applications of the Veneered MDF

Mostly, the Veneered MDF is employed in internal applications. The veneered fibreboards are suitable to be used domestic functions such as:

  • Making of office furniture
  • Fitting of kitchen cabinets
  • Assembly of dining sets
  • Panel moulding
  • Making of the fire surrounds

Due to the smooth nature of the veneered MDF, they are employed as decorative woods. The veneered fibreboards enjoy a range of characteristics that make them effective for domestic use. To begin with, the fibreboards possesses light surface, thus easy to mark and allows visibility of the markings. Secondly, the veneered fibreboards allow easy sanding, thus effective to use.

Additionally, the boards allow easy application of adhesives, paints, glue, and screws. For this reason, you can easily fix them and make your desired domestic or office furniture. Lastly, the veneered fibreboards allow cutting of various forms and shapes. This gives you the freedom to achieve woodcut designs that you want. These features make the Veneered MDF effective options than sold woods and other building wood products. The MDF will maintain its form and stand against weather element. The smooth finish means that you can apply your preferred paint with no hassle. The paint applied to protect against harmful fibres from the Veneered MDF.

Safe Use – The veneered fibreboards are considered products with a green-origin. They are produced from recycled sawdust, off cuts, and wood chippings. For this reason, the products are environmentally friendly. Nonetheless, you need to take a few precautions when cutting the fibreboards.

Though in rare cases, the harmful fibres can result in health issues when inhaled. Therefore, you should use dust masks when chopping the boards. Overall, the boards are safe to handle provided that the fibres are not exposed.

Generally, Veneered MDF furniture is the best woodwork package to use at home. The fibreboards can be used in a range of domestic applications. Learning the key functions of the fibreboards is crucial if you want to use the Veneered MDF correctly.

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