Quick Ship Products
Our Quick Ship Products selection offers you the chance to get the best and fastest veneer panels for projects that do not require architectural grade veneers.
Maple veneer is typically a creamy white to a pink-tinged light yellow wood that ages to a deep pale gold color. Maple is a hardwood that is dense, relatively easy to work with, and strong. It has a smooth texture and tight uniform grain. It will accept stains and finishes well but is most often finished with a clear coat that preserves the warmth and accentuates the color and beauty of the wood’s natural grain.
APPI’s maple veneer products include a wide variety of flexible sheets available in multiple cuts, sizes, and backer options. Edge banding comes is unfinished or pre-finished and is available in pre-glued and fleece-back options.
Oak veneer is typically a straw-colored light tan-brown to a creamy beige light wheat color to a pink tone. Both red oak and white oak are common American hardwoods that are easy to work with and strong. Oak has a medium to coarse texture and an alternating tight to the porous grain.
APPI’s oak veneer products include flexible sheets, edge banding, and cabinet refacing kits. The veneer sheets come available in multiple cuts, sizes, and backer options. The edge banding comes in red and white unfinished and red pre-finished and is available in pre-glued and fleece-back options. The cabinet refacing kits come in differing colors, cuts, and 4 sizes to suit your project needs.
Walnut veneer is light grayish brown to chocolate brown in color. It has a fine to moderately coarse texture, medium porous to uniform grain, and finishes nicely with stain or natural clear coat to preserve the warmth and color. Walnut is a hardwood of medium density, very easy to work with, and strong.
APPI’s walnut veneer products include flexible sheets, edge banding, and cabinet refacing kits. Veneer sheets are available in multiple cuts, sizes, and backer options. An eco-friendly reconstituted veneer is also available. Matching the walnut look, it is made from real, more sustainable wood species. The edge banding is available unfinished with a pre-glue or fleece-back option.
Cherry veneer is typically a warm pinkish to red-toned wood that ages to a nice reddish-brown color. Cherry is a hardwood and is easy to work with and strong. It has a satiny texture, tight uniform grain, and includes a common grain characteristic of slight figure or flashing. It is best finished with a clear coat to preserve the warmth and color.
APPI’s cherry veneer products include flexible sheets, edge banding, and cabinet refacing kits. Veneer sheets are available in multiple sizes and backer options. Eco-friendly reconstituted veneer is also available in multiple cut options. Matching the cheery look, they are made from real, more sustainable wood species. The edge banding is available unfinished or pre-finished with a pre-glue or fleece-back option.
Medium Density Fiberboard
MDF or Medium Density Fiberboard is an engineered wood made up of wood fibers, creating panels under high pressure and high temperatures. MDF is extremely versatile used for its strength, durability, and consistency. MDF has a smooth and flat surface, making it great for wall paneling and cabinet doors.
Standard MDF, Fire Rated MDF, FSC, and NAUF MDF, Ultralight MDF, Moisture Resistant MDF.
Birch Plywood is a popular choice for residential and light-duty construction and is made from thin sheets of veneer that have been peeled from debarked wood. These thin layers also called plies, are glued together in alternating, perpendicular directions to create a cross-graining pattern. This pattern results in added strength and stability that resists shrinkage and expansion.
Wood on Wood (2ply)
Our wood on wood 2PLY veneers is made with a wood veneer face, film glue center, and a perpendicular grain wood veneer back. The perpendicular face to back construction allows our 2-ply veneer to bend over moderate curves in the face grain direction and over tight curves across the face. This product is easily rolled up and affordably shipped in standard corrugated boxes.
PaperBack (10 mil, 20mil, 30 mil paperback)
A paperbacked veneer is a wood veneer face that is permanently bonded to a paper backing. This backing is applied to help hold together the wood grains which are otherwise more fragile and also helps with expansion and contraction of the wood caused by changes in ambient humidity. Paper backing is normally either 10 mils or 20 mils thick. A mil is 1/1000 of an inch. Please note that the wood veneer face will add additional thickness to the assembly. 10 mil backing is the default standard. The 20 mil version is normally used where the substrate is less than perfectly flat and the extra paper thickness helps the wood veneer have a more consistent look after application