OSB & Chipboard
In addition to acting as floorboard for protection, chipboard can also be used to make long-lasting surfaces, including flooring, countertops, and furniture. The thickest forms of chipboard are made by binding small pieces of wood — rather than paper — together and are therefore extremely resilient. Chipboard provides an inexpensive alternative to wood and concrete. In the construction of furniture, it can be covered with veneer or laminate, and it is much less costly than solid wood.