Solid Timber Flooring

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  • Spotted Gum Flooring

    Origin Occurs naturally on the east coast from the Victoria/New South Wales border to the Maryborough district in Queensland.
    Appearance The timber ranges from light brown through to dark brown with green and orange tones, and wild figure (grain pattern) and fiddleback is common.
    Common Uses Flooring, Decking, Cladding & Bench Tops.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select, Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 11.0
    Dimensions 65x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180 x14, 65x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Sydney Blue Gum Flooring

    Origin A large, commonly occurring hardwood of the East Coast of Australia from Bateman’s Bay, New South Wales to Southern Queensland.
    Appearance Heartwood dark pink to red-brown. Sapwood usually sufficiently paler to be readily distinguished.
    Common Uses Flooring, Cladding, Panelling, Boat Building & General Building Purposes.
    Durability 2 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature or Utility
    Hardness 9.0
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Tallowwood Flooring

    Origin A large hardwood of the coast and coastal ranges between the Hunter River, in New South Wales and the Maryborough district of Queensland.
    Appearance Heartwood is yellowish brown with a tinge of olive green. Sapwood is usually distinctively paler. Texture is moderately course but even. Grain is often interlocked. A distinguishing characteristic, very unusual for a eucalypt, is the complete absence of gum veins. Pin-hole borer marks are often present, as are the fibre separations known as “water rings”.
    Common Uses Flooring, Cladding, Sleepers, Poles, Piles, Bridges, Wharfage & Cooling Towers.
    Durability 1 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 8.6
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Tasmanian Oak Flooring

    Origin Tasmania and Victoria
    Appearance Light in colour, varying from straw to reddish brown with intermediate shades of yellows.
    Common Uses Recognised for its excellent staining qualities, which allow ready matching with other timbers, finishes or furnishings. It is a versatile timber perfect for flooring, paneling, architraves, skirting boards, window reveals, cupboard doors and stairs.
    Durability 3 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 6.0
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 85x19, 89x19, 108x19, 130x19, 133x19, 180x19mm
  • Victorian Ash Flooring

    Origin Tasmania, Eastern Victoria and Southern Eastern New South Wales.
    Appearance Ranges in colour from Blonde – straw, to light yellow/yellowish brown through to pale pink.
    Common Uses Flooring, Furniture, Plywood, Joinery, Panelling, Handles & General Construction.
    Durability 3 (Above Ground)
    Grades Select or Standard & Better or Feature
    Hardness 4.9
    Dimensions 63x14, 85x14, 130x14, 180x14, 63x19, 85x19, 130x19, 180x19mm
  • Wormy Chestnut Flooring

    Origin Deep in the forests of southern eastern Australia
    Appearance Australian Wormy Chestnut is born with each piece showing nature’s signature. Deep red gum veins formed by fire, ambrosia beetle marks, pin holes and squiggly worm marks are all reflected in this timber.
    Common Uses Flooring & Cladding
    Durability 2 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard & Better
    Hardness 8.5
    Dimensions 90x22, 140x22mm
  • Yellow Stringybark Flooring

    Origin Occurs in the tableland areas of Southern New South Wales with some also seen in Eastern Victoria
    Appearance Creamy – straw to light brown with a tinge of pink
    Common Uses Flooring, Decking and Cladding
    Durability 2 (Above Ground)
    Grades Standard & Better
    Hardness 8.5
    Dimensions 90x22, 140x22mm