MDF (Medium-density fibreboard) is a wood product created by breaking down timber into a powder, which is mixed with wax and resin and then formed into panels by applying high temperature and pressure. It is a building material similar in application to plywood but made up of separated fibres, not wood veneers.
Panels are manufactured to the highest standards using mortise and tenon joints to ensure prolonged quality and durability and engineered laminated stiles to prevent warping.
The shutters are wrapped in UV polymer coating to provide a tough, scruff resistant finish.
Colours: Classic Shutters are available in a choice of whites and creams.
Advantages: low cost, very stable
Disadvantages: weight, only available in white