Hard wood Timber [Blackbutt,Kempas,Merbau,Bluegum]

 There are many reasons to buy hardwood timber floors. No other flooring material, natural or man-made, can match the lasting beauty and sheer durability of solid hardwood. Solid tongue and groove strip flooring has been used as an elegant floor covering for many years. With its warmth, style and elegance, this traditional hardwood timber flooring system is as popular today as it was in bygone centuries.

Tongue and groove flooring is designed to be laid directly onto joists, battens over concrete, or even nailed to old timber flooring and provides a tight plank-to-plank fit. Tongue and groove joints on both sides and ends of the plank ensure a continuous and stable surface. The end matching, which is a tongue and groove on the ends of the boards, removes the need for ends to fall directly over a joist or batten. This results in less cutting and less waste.

It is designed to be nailed down and glued. 80mm board widths can be secret-nailed into the tongue while wider boards 130mm and wider are top-nailed for extra stability. Special widths of up to 240mm are available by order.

Hardwood Timber Floors Applications

* Nailed to battens over a concrete slab
* Nailed to timber joists over bearers
* Nailed to plywood over concrete or timber joists
* Nailed to old timber strip flooring over joists

Hardwood Timber Floors Features and Benefits

*The classic style of solid hardwood makes it virtually fashion-proof. A polished timber floor will look as stylish in 20 years’ time
 as it does today

*Extremely easy to clean and maintain
*A long lasting floor covering that can be refinished many times
*The environmental choice ? timber is one of the world’s few truly renewable resources
*A timber sub-floor gives easy access to the underfloor for plumbing or ducted heating, or to repair wiring
*Insulation and warmth underneath feet unlike tiles.

Flooring Grade

Select Grade Timber Flooring

Select Grade is a subtle feature grade of timber flooring which provides a limited variation in natural characteristics. It has been carefully graded, floorboard by floorboard to ensure that it meets strict quality standards. It has a sleek, uniform look that is well suited to modern, minimalist and traditional styles.

Standard Grade Timber Flooring

Standard Grade is distinguished by highlighting selective gum veins, spirals, burls, insect trails and other natural variations that give timber floors a unique character as individual as a signature. This grade is a visual chronicle of forest history including bush fires, floods, drought, insect travels and the natural variations that appear in the grain of Australian native hardwoods. Standard grade is carefully graded to include the most interesting variations and distinctive timber markings to enhance the look of a timber floor.

Natural Grade Timber Flooring

Natural grade wood flooring, is a “middle ground” flooring in terms of quality and appearance and will contain a scatter of knots throughout. The rest of the board will be relatively clear with some grain patterns and colour variation. This is a perfect look for people who would like some natural variation and interesting features in their wooden flooring without being overly rustic.

Floor Types

Solid Hardwood Timber Flooring

Solid hardwood timber is the most natural timber straight from the original tree wood. Mostly used in modern or antique houses, luxury hotels, commercial, and many more.we work with cooperatively with Embelton,Gunns Timber,C&G Flooring,Boral Timber, Wonderful Foor,Parkside group,Hana Timber, Hurford Hardwood, Tass Timber

-60x19mm (Select/Standard/Feature Grade)
-80x19mm (Select/Standard/Feature Grade)
-130x19mm (Select/Standard/Feature Grade)
-180x21mm (Select/Prestige/RusticGrade)
-210x23mm (Select/Prestige/RusticGrade)
-270x32mm (Rustic Grade only)

Blackbutt,blue gum,Brush box,Cherry mahogany, Grey iron bark, New England Blackbutt,Red Gum,Red Iron Bark,Spotted Gum,Tallowwood,Flooded Gum,Pearl Mahogany,Northern beech,Turpentine,White Mahogany, White Stringybark etc

See our Hardwood Floor Timber Gallery here.

Solid Timber Floor Products we supply

               

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