WHAT IS A VENEER? ——Using for Chipboard
There are so many different styles of veneers, let us know what it is!
The veneer is a very thin piece of wood that is attached to particleboard or other types of wood. Veneers are used to reduce project costs without sacrificing the overall look.
The finish is a thin piece of hardwood placed on a piece of artificial wood. It can be attached using adhesives, nails or screws. Veneers are often used in cabinets, furniture and flooring. The veneer is especially suitable for visible door panels, exposed sides and interior cabinet areas. The frame and shelf of the unit are made of particleboard, MDF or plywood, but the visible surface is covered with plywood. This makes the product look solid hardwood, but it is more cost effective for many homeowners. Veneers come in a variety of cereals and finishes, and their appearance is generally more consistent than most hardwood products. Some carpenters make their own veneers, while other carpenters buy veneers from manufacturers.