MDF - Medium Density Fiberboard - is a type of engineered wood made from cast-off wood fibers and resin, and because it's made of recycled materials, it qualifies as green. It's a top-grade building material that gives better performance than wood in many different applications.
Being an engineered construction material, it can easily be produced in varying thickness and density. It is commonly used to build kitchen cabinet doors, and there are a number of pros and cons with MDF cabinet doors, which you should be aware of before starting your kitchen renovation.
Some of the Pos and Cons are:
- Environmentally Friendly
- Moisture Resistance
- Can't be refurbished easily
- Some people prefer natural wood grain
- May be challenging in excess heat conditions
Want to find out more about the Pros and Cons of MDF for your kitchen remodel? Read this original article 12 Must-Know Pros and Cons of MDF Cabinet Doors on the Honest Pros and Cons website, or simply contact us.