MDF Board

Medium Density Fibreboard is both versatile and cost-effective. It is used in many areas, such as construction, furniture making and DIY projects.

MDF sheets are made by combining wood fibres with a resin binder and compressing them under high pressure and temperature. The result is a dense, smooth, and uniform sheet with no knots, grain patterns, or warping.

Mon Timber offers both standard MDF and moisture-resistant MDF in various thicknesses to meet the needs of different applications.

MDF sheets are also easy to paint, stain, or veneer to achieve the desired finish. With our high-quality sheets, you can achieve a professional look for your projects at an affordable price.


Standard MDF Board

One of the benefits of standard sheets is their versatility. They are commonly used for furniture construction, cabinetry, shelving, and trim work.

They can also be used for DIY projects such as building bookshelves, desks, and storage units. Because standard sheets have no knots, grain patterns or warping, they provide a consistent surface for painting, staining, or veneering.

Standard sheets are also a cost-effective option compared to solid wood or plywood. They are typically less expensive but still offer comparable strength and durability. Additionally, because MDF sheets are made from recycled wood fibres, they are an environmentally friendly option for woodworking projects.

It is important to note that standard sheets are not suitable for use in high-moisture environments. For these applications, it is recommended to use moisture-resistant MDF. Overall, standard sheets offer great value and versatility for a wide range of woodworking projects.


Moisture Resistant MDF Board

Moisture-resistant MDF boards (MR MDF) are engineered to withstand high levels of humidity and moisture, making them ideal for use in areas prone to moisture, such as bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms.

Wood fibres are combined with a water-resistant resin binder to make them. They are designed to resist swelling, warping, and delamination.

Moisture-resistant sheets are a popular choice for fixtures exposed to moisture. Examples include cabinets, shelving, and other fixtures in kitchens and bathrooms.

They are widely used in areas with potential water damage. Examples include boat building and outdoor projects.

Moisture Resistant MDF Board

One of the benefits of moisture resistant sheets is their ability to resist mould and mildew growth. This is important in areas where moisture can accumulate. Mould and mildew can cause health problems and damage to the structure in such areas.

Moisture-resistant MDF sheets are also easy to paint, stain, or veneer, providing a consistent and durable finish.

While moisture-resistant boards are more expensive than standard MDF, they offer superior durability and longevity in high-moisture environments. It is important to note that moisture resistant MDF sheets are not completely waterproof and should not be used in direct contact with water.

At Mon Timber, we believe MDF is a reliable option for woodworking projects. It is moisture and humidity resistant. They offer a great balance of durability and affordability, making them a popular choice for both professional and DIY applications.

Available Sizes

We supply a variety of thicknesses of MDF at Mon Timber. Depending on the project, you may require a thicker board for load-bearing purposes:

Most of our MDF is available in 2440mm x 1220mm (8 x 4) sheets.

Contact us in branch if you are looking for a different size.

Product Gallery

Take a look at the MDF range on our online store,, or give us a call if you need advice.

We promise to provide customers with a professional, first class service, whether it’s a single panel replacement or you’re working on a whole new landscaping project.

We offer delivery on cladding across much of South Wales, including Cardiff, Newport, Cwmbran, and Caerphilly, plus delivery across the U.K.
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