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Chipboard Cover Sheet 3600 x 1800 x 12mm

 

Chipboard is an essential material for a broad range of applications in both residential and commercial settings. 

 

Whether you’re crafting furniture, cabinets, shelves, or  undertaking a large scale construction project, our chipboard cover sheets are ideal. We can supply a large volume of chipboard sheets for all kinds of home projects and larger commercial clients. If you would like to place a large order, get in touch with our team to discuss your needs.

 

Please note these are cover sheets and may have imperfections.

 

Sustainable chipboard sheets

 

We breathe new life into unwanted and discarded chipboard cover sheets from commercial industries to avoid it going to general waste. We sort and process these large chipboard sheets ensuring you’re still buying quality at a fraction of the price. Not only do we sell these large 3.6 metre sheets, we also cut them down to more manageable sizes for your smaller DIY projects, also available in our online store.  

 

Versatile solutions for all kinds of projects

 

Chipboard is a super dynamic product and works well for a wide range of applications. Our 12mm chipboard is great for home projects like making cabinets and furniture, lining your shed, building a cubby house for your kids, and many other things! We’ve got the perfect chipboard sheeting for any project.

Chipboard Cover Sheet 3600 x 1800 x 12mm

SKU: CHIP-036
$25.00Price
GST Included
  • Is chipboard strong?

    The strength of a chipboard sheet usually depends on its thickness and the density of the wood particles. While chipboard isn’t as strong as solid timber planks, it’s a great fit for a range of projects that don’t require seriously durable wood, and as cover sheets for framing.

    What is chipboard made from?

    Chipboard is made of wood particles like sawdust and wood chips, fused together with strong adhesives. 

    Is chipboard safe for exterior use?

    It’s not recommended to use chipboard for use outside, as it can be susceptible to damage by moisture and rain. This is because water can find its way into the particulate and cause the wood to absorb moisture, swell, weaken, and break up over time.

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