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.
HDF is an excellent choice for cabinet doors
Advantages of HDF
The recycled nature of HDF construction makes them environmentally friendly, and the pressure used to create them makes them highly durable.
HDF is superior to solid wood doors
Disadvantages Of Solid Wood
While not all types of solid wood are expensive, most are. Using HDF in today’s economy makes your dream kitchens affordable.