Frequently Asked Questions
Addressing your most common concerns, this FAQ section aims to guide your enquiries about our company, products, and services. Should you have questions beyond what's covered here, we are ready to assist and direct you accordingly.
Do you require a deposit to secure quotation?
For projects that require us to provide materials, we ask for a deposit to secure your quote. This step is vital for mutual commitment, ensuring we're all set to move forward with the planned work.
What payment methods do you accept?
We currently accept two types of payment methods, bank transfer or cash.
Do you have a showroom?
While we don't have a showroom, we do have some samples to help you visualise the quality and style of the materials. This allows you to make informed decisions about the materials and finishes for your project.
What is MFC?
Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) is a type of engineered wood product that is widely used in the construction of furniture, cabinetry, and shelving. Chipboard, also known as particleboard, is made by compressing wood chips with glue. When this chipboard is covered with a melamine resin a type of plastic on one or both sides, it becomes Melamine Faced Chipboard. The melamine surface provides a durable, scratch-resistant, and often decorative finish that can mimic the look of wood, stone, or other textures and colours.
What is MDF?
MDF stands for Medium Density Fibreboard, a type of engineered wood product. It's made from wood fibres that are combined with wax and a resin binder under high temperatures and pressure. This process results in a smooth, dense panel that is uniform in appearance and texture, making it an excellent material for furniture, cabinetry, moulding, and millwork.