Veneering: advantages and disadvantages
At present, wooden materials must meet all international requirements: environmental friendliness, stability, practicality, a long period of operation, safety and so on. No less important is such a moment as the appearance of these materials. That is why veneering is now in the lead and enjoys special popularity.
Veneer is a veneer, which is made of wood, as well as fixed to the base. It provides excellent quality, attractive appearance, as well as an acceptable cost.
Note that this parameter does not degrade the quality of the fabricated coating; on the contrary, it has a positive effect on the material.
The main types of veneer:
Depending on what type of material is used, the veneer is divided into:
The most common is veneer, which was formed by hot pressing. It is the most popular among all consumers. This method is used when small elements are constructed. In this case, the prepared veneer is mounted on the substrate. Next, the product is located under a special press. In addition, using this equipment, gluing veneer to the base is carried out, which makes it possible to form three-dimensional elements. They can have round shapes, as well as surfaces of various designs.
Those products that have been lined with a specialized veneering method are distinguished by sophistication, attractive appearance, as well as convenience and comfort. They are well tolerated by a high level of humidity, for this reason they can be used in the bathroom, sauna or bath. In addition, veneered coatings can act as an additional sound and thermal insulation layer. They are made from environmentally friendly raw materials, so they are absolutely safe.
The cost of elements that were created by this method, have a lower cost when compared with parts designed from solid wood. In addition, consumer specifications can be saved. Thus, veneering is the best option that will make an apartment or house more attractive, comfortable, and refined.