Definition of Fiberboard Core
A combination of soft and hard wood particles and a binding agent, like resin, used as the internal structure of hardwood flooring.
A fiberboard core is heated and compressed to create a dense board that’s not as durable as other engineered hardwood flooring cores, like plywood and high-density fiberboard (HDF).
It’s affordable and versatile, so in addition to its use as a flooring material, it’s used to manufacture furniture, door panels, and cabinetry.
Example of Fiberboard Core in a Sentence
“A fiberboard core is denser, harder, and stronger than an MDF core.”
- Particleboard core
- Composite core
- Foam inner core
- Engineered hardwood flooring cores