nuDoors uses HDF Wood on all Doors
What is High-Density Fiberboard (HDF) or ‘engineered wood?
While solid wood consists of wood only, High-Density Fiberboard (HDF) is an engineered wood product that is a mixture of wood fiber, real wood, resin, and adhesives. HDF is a step above MDF and plywood. It stands for High Density Fiberboard, and like the name suggests, it is the hardest of the three with a density of 800 to 1040 kilograms per cubic meter.
HDF requires a lot more heat and pressure when it’s manufactured, making it more durable and comparable to solid wood.