Wood Veneer Home Renovations
Veneer is a thin layer of wood (usually less than 3mm) that is used to cover panels made of chipboards or MDF. It is typically glued or ironed (using heat) onto the panel. These serve decorative purposes as well as protection to the wood from heat, moisture, damage and other potential threats to the actual board.
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Wood Venner sheets are manufactured either by slicing large blocks of wood called flitches or alternatively by peeling the trunk of a tree. There are a few ways to determine the form on each sheet. By adjusting the slicing angles through the tree rings, we are able to alter the appearance and pattern. Depending on the techniques used to slice the wood, the grain and texture would also be affected. The most important factor affecting the pattern is, of course, the species of tree that is used for raw material.
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Home renovation projects we've completed using wood veneer
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Wood veneer projects completed
If you want to see more of our craftsmanship and attention to detail then here are a few kitchen projects we've successfully completed using plywood in and around Cape Town.
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