High-grade MDF and hardwood
By carefully combining quality medium-density fibreboard (MDF) and real hardwood, we create our Cuba range – outstanding wood shutters that benefit from the qualities of high-grade MDF and hardwood.
Blending hardwood and MDF creates a lighter-weight shutter. This means larger windows and wider expanses can be covered with ease.
This lower weight blend of materials also means that 4 panels can be hinged together – rather than just 2 with other, heavier shutter styles.
This is even possible with full-height shutters in large windows and café style shutters that span especially wide spaces.
Our MDF and hardwood shutters stand out against other similar products thanks to the quality of the MDF we use.
Lower-grade MDF often reacts badly to moisture – but we use a specially formulated high moisture resistant MDF sourced sustainably in Australia.
In fact, it’s only if you plan to fit your shutters in a steamy bathroom or a high-moisture area surrounding a hot tub or pool that we’d suggest looking at a different, more waterproof material.