Composite Wood Council

Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and highly computerized operations allow door manufacturers to offer high-style yet cost-efficient doors.

August 01, 2001



High Style and Cost-Efficient

Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and highly computerized operations allow door manufacturers to offer high-style yet cost-efficient doors. MDF doors, from French doors in the dining room to intricate passageway portals, offer strength and stability benefits. The composite product, according to the Composite Wood Council, provides a solid cutting surface all the way to the core.

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