Sheet Materials

We supply a variety of high-quality sheet materials. Plywood is a popular choice due to its strength and versatility, while oriented strand board (OSB) is a cost-effective alternative. Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) is a smooth and uniform option for furniture and cabinetry, while chipboard is a budget-friendly choice for non-structural jobs. Whatever your project requires, we offer the best sheet materials for optimal performance.



Plywood's cross-laminated wood veneer construction provides strength and stability for it to be used across many residential and commercial builds.

MDF boards


Our reliable MDF board options are stable, smooth and uniform which makes them suitable for various woodwork finishes like paint and veneers.



Shop our extensive OSB board selection, made from cross-oriented layers of wood strands for enhanced structural integrity.


Chipboard & Fibreboard

Chipboard and fiberboard provide cost-effective, stable and smooth bases for furniture, architraves and flooring underlay.

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Plywood is a versatile and durable sheet material used for various construction projects. Made from thin layers of wood veneers glued together in alternating grain patterns, plywood sheets provide greater strength, stability and flexibility compared to solid lumber boards.

Sturdy and reliable, construction plywood works well for jobs like subflooring, roofing, sheathing and concrete forms. Hardwood plywood uses layers of high-grade hardwoods like birch or oak, resulting in an attractive product perfect for furniture, cabinets and other carpentry work. The wood grain patterns shine through clear finishes beautifully.

Marine plywood in particular resists moisture, humidity and mould growth. This makes it ideal for boat-building and all moisture-related environments. Produced under stringent manufacturing standards, marine plywood lasts significantly longer against delamination and rot when exposed to weather changes or water.


Medium-density fibreboard (MDF) is an engineered wood product formed by breaking down hardwood and softwood residuals into wood fibres. The resulting panels are dense, uniform and highly stable. MDF's smooth surface enables detailed moulding and shaping for decorative elements like crown moulding and wainscoting panels which would stress natural wood prone to splitting. 

Its resistance to warping also makes it popular for cabinets, shelving, furniture and millwork. A dense composition prepares MDF sheets for finishes, paint and varnish coats as well as bonded veneers and laminate. MDF with overlays of stained hardwood or synthetic materials effectively simulates solid wood furnishings at a lower cost.


Oriented strand board (OSB) is created by layering thin wood strands together with waterproof adhesives into mats and then pressing them under high temperatures. This provides exceptional strength comparable to traditional plywood sheathing.

OSB’s structural rigidity makes it the preferred choice for sturdy roof decking. This is because it’s able to withstand conditions such as heavy snow or floor joists securing ceramic tile subfloors. Waterproof bonding prevents delamination and maintains shear strength, even if the OSB board does temporarily get wet during construction. 

Chipboard & Fibreboard

Chipboard and fibreboard are two popular materials used in the construction industry. Both materials have their unique benefits that make them ideal for different applications. Chipboard, also known as particleboard, is a type of engineered wood that is made from wood chips and resin. It is a cost-effective material that is commonly used for furniture, flooring and packaging. 

A primary benefit of chipboards is its strength and durability. It can withstand heavy loads and is resistant to warping and splitting. Chipboard is also easy to work with and can be cut, drilled and shaped to fit any design. 

Fibreboard is made from wood fibres that are compressed and bonded together with resin. It is a versatile material that is used in a variety of applications, including furniture and flooring. In addition, its smooth surface makes it ideal for painting and finishing - it’s also lightweight and a popular choice for all project types.

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