Using different thicknesses, different colours of edge-banding tapes, and two types of adhesives, we studied the quality of adhesive bonding exposed to high temperatures. For bonding laminated chipboards with edge-banding tapes (thicknesses of 1 and 2 mm), we used ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) and polyurethane (PUR) adhesives from the manufacturer Jowatherm. For both types of adhesives, the same parameters for bonding were used. The samples were loaded with 200-gram weight and exposed to high temperatures until the adhesive bond loosened. The results showed that the reaction time of the adhesive is a crucial factor: 3 days for EVA adhesive and 5 days for PUR adhesive. The increasing temperature showed that the PUR adhesive could specimens bonded with PUR adhesive withstood a heat load of 100 ºC. From our research, we can conclude that the thickness, colour, and type of edge-banding tapes do not affect the strength of adhesive joints. EVA adhesives are the most commonly used adhesives in the furniture industry, due to their low price and shorter reaction times. For adhesive joints that are later exposed to higher temperatures and a higher level of relative humidity, using PUR adhesive is advisable.