Real wood veneers are an environmentally sound and highly attractive way to use natural timbers to stunning effect. In this post we are taking a look at how real wood veneers are produced. It’s a very interesting process!
A beautifully veneered table acts as a real statement piece in any home or business setting. Perfect for grand dining rooms and distinguished boardrooms, veneered tables can be produced from a range of timbers.
Working amidst the surroundings of an attractively designed executive or home office is always a pleasure. And for visitors arriving at reception being met with a striking, branded backdrop, their first impression will be most memorable. Wood veneers can be used to great effect in any office or commercial environment.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, in force since October 2006, was brought in to ensure the safety of anyone working in or visiting commercial premises and common areas of residential blocks. Fire doors form a crucial part of the Order. But what exactly does a fire door constitute?
We are looking to take on a veneer presser / wood machinist to support expanding workloads. The successful candidate will have a degree of experience in operating a veneer press, edge bander and sander. Training will be provided on skills specific to the company.
It’s been a busy summer at Read Veneers. Aside from producing numerous white American oak veneered panelsfor a range of uses in commercial and domestic settings, we’ve also been working on reproducing a selection of ALPI engineered veneered panels for an executive apart-hotel in London.
In the midst of the Brentwood countryside, not far from West Horndon station, you’ll find a sizeable converted barn. In this barn you’ll find an extensive workshop: it’s the home of Read Veneers, and the extent of the machinery and operation often come as quite a surprise to those who visit.
Quality wood veneers are expertly cut from a variety of species of trees to achieve different grains, effects, colours and contrasts. We use an array of species to create our high quality wood veneers so that we can offer something to suit every taste and application.
There is more to cutting a wood veneer than initially meets the eye. It is, without a doubt, an art form that has been perfected by expert craftspeople to bring out the very best of the grain and texture of wood. A range of cutting techniques can be used that result in unique architectural veneered panels that are suitable for both commercial and domestic settings.