When you hear the word fiberboard you may think of sheets of fabric sandwiched between two sheets of wood or cardboard.
This is the same type of insulation that is commonly found in many homes.
However, fiberboard is different than the standard insulation that you find in many other products.
Fiberboard is not a sheet of fiberglass that has been woven.
Fiberboards are made from sheets of polyethylene, a plastic used for lining materials such as plywood and laminate.
Fiber board is made from a mix of two materials, or fibers, that are used together to create the finished product.
Fiberboarding is typically used to insulating a home’s exterior walls, ceilings, and floors.
Fiber boards are used to make some flooring as well, such as the foundation of a bathroom or kitchen.
Fiberglass insulation that we often use for ceiling and flooring is actually made from the fibers that make up the glass and is also referred to as fiberglass insulation.
While fiberboard can be used for insulation, fiberboards are not typically used for exterior walls or ceilings.
The insulation material used in the insulation of fiberboard does not adhere to the fibers.
Fiberbonding is a type of bonding between the fiberboard and the glass.
Fiberbon bonding is also used to seal the edges of glass.
The glass fibers bond to the fiber board.
Fiberon bonding is more permanent, and can be applied to the exterior of a building, where the fiberboards will adhere to glass fibers in the molding process.