A common misconception about plywood is that it is of poorer or weaker quality because it is more affordable - this is further from the truth as possible! A sturdy option is thicker plywood.
Marine Plywood is an option for those who want to use plywood in wet areas. Marine Plywood gets the job done, even if it is not exactly waterproof.
Plywood utilizes hardwood and softwood species such as Gurjan, Eucalyptus, Oak, Teak, Mahogany, and Poplar, allowing you to pick depending on your personal preferences.
No. Aamoda Ply and Wood ensures that all materials used in our manufacturing process, such as glue, are non-toxic. We use Urea Formaldehyde Resin in MR Grade Ply, Melamine Bonded Urea Formaldehyde Resin used in BWR Grade Ply, and Phenol Bonded Resin in BWP Ply
In general, plywood is cost-effective when compared to other timber products.
Prominent architects, interior designers, homeowners DIYers, or arts and crafts hobbyists use plywood because of its versatility.
Bending warpage, core gaps, delamination, uneven surface, and opening of bonding.
You can store the ply in clean and dry conditions before construction. The balanced application must be ensured during usage.
Plywood is stronger than Blockboard. It is suitable for furniture whereas Blockboard is preferred for vertical applications.
It is widely used for things such as wardrobes, load bearing, shutters, partitions, and bookshelves, etc.
For the natural look of furniture veneers are best. Laminates give a natural design. Laminates are comparatively less costly compared to veneers. Both have their pros but it depends on your requirements.