Chipboard means "pressed particleboard". These are flats made of pressed small pieces of wood adhering to resinous substances. In order to make the plate made more resistant and versatile in terms of colors and textures, a double-sided coating is applied. This coating can be both veneer and laminate (for them - below). Chipboard boards are cheaper, more dense and more homogeneous than natural wood and plywood. They are mainly used in the manufacture of casing furniture and are not suitable for finishing. Due to its poor moisture resistance, the use of laminated chipboard is unsuitable for exterior and high humidity applications. When moisture penetrates the material, it swells irreversibly and loses its strength, then breaks down. The non-laminated chipboards are more susceptible to this. Furniture from laminated chipboards can maintain their good looks and functionality for years if they are rarely disassembled and assembled, protected and protected from moisture

       Medium density fibreboard (MDF) means medium density fiber boards. This product is due to its properties as a substitute for solid wood and is better than chipboard. In the furniture production it is used as a laminated, veneered, naked - uncoated as a profile. These are fine wood fibers, glued and pressed at high temperature with binders. MDF boards can also be laminated or veneered. In this way, they acquire a beautiful and durable appearance suitable for use in the production of home and office furniture. They are also subject to water-based paint, so mirror-smooth surfaces can be obtained. MDF boards are a better material than other popular materials such as chipboard, gypsum fiber or solid wood for several reasons. They are made of very fine texture, which allows the board to be extremely smooth. The material is not friable and is very suitable for making small items as well as decorative ones. MDF boards are moisture resistant - they will not deform or swell when used in high humidity environments. MDF is a very flexible building material that can be used in a variety of applications. Mechanical features are superior to natural wood, and are cheaper than natural wood. They are resistant to various fungi and microorganisms, making them safe and hygienic when used in the home.