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    Here’s the Truth About Wood Veneers

    When you learn that a piece of furniture has a veneer, does it make you cringe a little?
    Admittedly us, too.
    But wood veneers, in fact, are a traditional and structurally significant aspect of furniture-making that still come into play in contemporary design.
    In woodworking, a veneer is actually a “paper thin” cut of wood that’s applied to both sides of a strong core surface, like furniture-grade MDF, plywood, blockboard, or substrate material, to seal and stabilize it—which is critically important when you’re fashioning built-in furniture or anything with a mechanism.

    We offer you

    Veneer Pressing Services.

    The reason is simple: Solid wood expands and contracts as the temperature changes, and your apartment isn’t temperature controlled no matter how powerful your A.C. unit is. A dining table, for instance, can be made from solid wood (and many are), but a wood piece with moving parts cannot. Also, using veneer most of the times be economically feasible.

    Along with natural hard and soft wood veneers, there are reconstituted or engineered wood veneers which are man-made but still natural wood cellulose fiber. These are made from renewable and highly sustainable forests and are often made to replicate exotic woods that are either endangered, limited, or very expensive to acquire.

    There are over 150 species of veneers, with different production techniques that can give different textures to the end product.

    We offer you wide variety of Grade A quality veneer, which are the same species as those in the Lumber section, as well as offering you the Veneer Pressing Services.