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About Chipboard Sheets

Chipboard is often also referred to as particleboard or low-density fibreboard. It's a versatile and dynamic sheet material that combines small chips of wood with a strong glue that is then pressed into sturdy sheets.

Chipboard is used for various DIY and trade projects, including projects involving insulation, soundproofing, kitchen, cabinet and joinery fabrication. It is most suitable for internal use due to its make-up and excellent insulating properties.

If you require chipboard sheets for your project, shop for high-quality materials with Harlow Bros today.

Chipboard Sheet Material Sizes

We provide chipboard sheets in a range of sizes to fit all projects. Some of the sizes we have readily available for purchase include:

  • 2440 x 1220 x 12 mm
  • 2440 x 1220 x 18 mm

However, we also provide custom sizes for projects requiring other amounts or measurements. Please get in touch with us if you require a specific size of chipboard to discuss how we can help you.

Why Shop For Chipboard With Harlow Bros

Harlow Bros have been supplying customers with high-quality building materials since we opened in the 1920s. We have a long legacy of satisfying customers, and we continue that tradition today by demonstrating top-tier customer service and supplying materials of exceptional quality.

When you choose to buy your chipboards with Harlow Bros, you'll receive an excellent quality product at a rate that's hard to beat.

Our Other Sheet Material Options

If you require another type of wood board or sheet material to finish your project, we have a fantastic variety of others in stock. Take a look at some of our other collections:

With an exceptional range of materials available, you can't go wrong when you shop with Harlow Bros for your project.

FAQs

What Is Chipboard Made From?

Chipboard is made from small particles of wood which are combined with adhesive and then pushed together at a high pressure to form a solid board.

How Do You Protect Chipboards From Water?

Chipboards are not designed to be water resistant, so they are not the best wooden sheets to use in high-moisture environments such as bathrooms or outdoor builds.

However, you can increase the water resistance of the chipboard using a waterproof sealant on the surface and edges. A sealant will help to provide a barrier against water and moisture, preventing swelling or degrading.

You could also consider a moisture barrier installed between the chipboard and the subfloor or foundation to prevent moisture from reaching the board and causing damage.

It's important to remember that even with protection, chipboard will not hold as well as solid wood under prolonged water exposure.