Plywood are used walls, roofing, furniture and support structures in home construction.
Sizes - 8x4ft.
Thickness - 3mm/6mm/9mm/12mm/18mm.
MDF boards which come with the option of lamination and in 20 different colors, application and properties remain the same as MDF.
Sizes - 8x4ft.
Thickness - 6mm/9mm/12mm/18mm/25mm.
Block boards are used to make long tables, shelves, doors, paneling and partitions.
Thickness - 12mm/18mm/25mm.
They are made out of wood chips and as the name indicates it is used for all ceiling purposes. They come in plain and or flower designed patterns.
Size - 9mm.
Wood is a term for the material that comprises all timbers and logs; and is refined. On the other hand, timber is a term applied to finished wood that begins as a wooden log and is transformed into beams, boards, rafter shapes, and other structures; and is unrefined wood.
Timber is primarily used for fuel, with around 40 percent of timber used in forests around the world utilized as fuel. Apart from fuel, timber is also used for construction in considerable depth for building bridges and parts of houses. Additionally, timber is also used for making building materials.
On the other hand, wood from the ancient times has been used by humans and this continues till date. It is used today in construction and fencing including home construction and fencing and decorating gardens; making of utensils, hand tools; artworks; and musical instruments, sports equipments, and wooden toys. In addition, wood and MDF laminated sheets are also widely used for making wooden furniture items.
Also known as Lumber in the U.S. and Canada, Timber is a type of wood which has been processed into beams and planks; of firewood of growing trees.
Yes, Timber is a natural wood, and a natural material. It is safe to handle, and does not produce hazardous vapors when cut or machined. Besides, it is easy to harvest and can be managed with effective ease to assure regrowth and replenishment.
Cedar is a good example of Timber; a timber of high quality. It comes from several different trees known as Cedars. What makes Cedar so good is it offers excellent strength and appearance.
There are two categories of Timber – Hardwoods and Softwoods. Under these two categories, there are many types of timber like Bamboo, Birch, Cedar, Cherry, Cross-Laminated, Glulam, Green Timber, Lime, Mahogany, Oak, Pine, Plywood, Sapele Wood, Tulipwood, Walnut, Wood Ash, Spruce, and Fir.