Frequently asked questions
What is door schedule?
How do I measure the rough opening?
What is rough opening?
How can I measure my door size?
What is the wait time for plywood from order to delivery?The wait time for plywood is on average:
Europe - up to 15 days
America, Asia, Africa – up to 20 days
What size packages are used for packing plywood and how many sheets do they contain?
How do I place an order?There are several ways of placing your order with VULDI:
Choose a "goods" and configure it according to your needs
Add to cart; If you need to order more than one "goods" you can continue shopping and add more products to you cart
Proceed to safe and secure checkout.
Order By Email
Email our sales department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Order By Phone
Call us at the number +48 (22) 390-6-380
What is the difference between birch plywood and plywood made from other types of wood?Birch plywood is stronger than many other wood boards. It is 20% stronger than pine and spruce plywood, and 2.5 times stronger than aspen plywood. In terms of its weight to strength ratio birch plywood is 3 times better than steel.
How many packages (the total volume) fit into a truck, container, or train car?
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You may measure your door by taking the following measurements
- Measure the width of the door in 3 locations - top, middle and bottom and take the biggest measurement
- Measure the height of the door in 2 location - by the handle and by the hinge side. Take the biggest measurements.
- Measure the width of the door in 3 locations - top, middle and bottom and take the biggest measurement.
- This is the opening in the wall where pre hung door is being installed. Rough opening must be 2 - 2.5" wider and 1.25" higher than the door slab to leave room for jambs and constructing foam.