Why MDF?

MDF or Medium Density Fibreboard is a fibreboard made from wood fibres and resin, bonded under high pressures. The finished boards do not have a grain and are therefore ideal for painting or filling. Thus holes can be filled and sanded with ease and are completely invisible when painted- very handy should you ever decide to change from a handle to a knob, for instance. Another advantage of MDF is that once it is sealed, it is a very stable material, and unlike wood, is not prone to warping or shrinkage- extremely important when manufacturing large wardrobe doors, most of which are over 2m high. Finally, all of our materials are sourced from manufacturers who use wood from sustainable forestation, and as the process also uses the whole tree, there is little wastage, making MDF doubly environmentally sound.