Borer proof plywood is remarkable for its incredible resistance to attacks by borers. This type of plywood is specifically designed, chemically treated, and crafted from high-quality timber to achieve this feat. Unlike traditional wood, these last for a long time. Made with the finest timbers hand-picked from the forests across the globe, our plywood are tested on high physic-mechanical parameters for their strength, stiffness, outlook, and load capacity. All the plywood are chemically treated to make them durable, long-lasting, and resistant to termites and borers.
Termites are one of the most dangerous pests that can eat into your expensive wooden furniture without being noticed and convert it into dust, which may also be a cause of allergies and asthma attacks. Usually, by the time one realises that there has been a termite infestation, the damage has already been done. These insects usually make their entry into your home through wall Panelling, ceilings or external walls and settle around the damp and neglected areas of the building. Hence, it is necessary to take adequate precautions, especially during the monsoon season (that is when termites are most active), to protect the wooden items of your home from termites. Here is a comprehensive guide that will help you make your wooden furniture termite-resistant. Ever since humankind crafted furniture and homes out of wood in the early days, a problem that haunted them persistently, was the damage inflicted upon these beautifully crafted structures by borers. This affected the longevity and structural integrity of the structure, even leading to its collapse in multiple instances.
This created a need. A need for safety, security, and economic feasibility. This is where Borer proof plywood comes into the picture. With the innovative technology employed in the manufacture and design of this modern plywood, we can weed out multitudes of flaws traditionally associated with wood, while also setting up the perfect product for the future! This has created an exponential increase in the common uses of plywood.