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Timber Flooring

woodLuxtimber engineered Flooring are easy to fit "tongue & groove" systems allowing for a quick professional install. All our wooden flooring ismanufactured to the highest standard from sustainable selected forests globally. If we do not have the product in our range we will make it foryou. Many of our existing products have evolved from customer and designer requests.

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The Australian Blackbutt tree looks similar to Jarrah, but has become quite rare as it was a favourite timber for farmers, railway wagons, bridge building, and timber flooring due to its durability and fire resistant properties. Blackbutt simply will not burn and takes a very long time to decompose after falling.

Australian Spotted Gum: The word "spotted" refers to the soft mottled colour caused by weathering of the outer tree as it sheds elliptical strips of bark. A very tough timber, the colour varies through pale grey browns and soft creams to a rich chocolate brown. Its frequent wavy grain can produce an attractive and highly valued fiddleback effect.

Asian Kempas: Kempas' grain features an interlocked pattern that can sometimes vary to spirals. Sapwood is white to a pale yellow and heartwood is orange-red to red-brown.

Tasmanian Oak: Eucalyptus regnans is valued for its timber. It is a medium weight timber (about 680 kg/m³) and rather coarse (stringy) in texture. Gum veins are common. The wood is easy to work and the grain is straight with long, clear sections without knots. This wood is highly regarded by builders, furniture makers and architects

American Oak: (Quercus Alba.) is a hardwood species which is characterised by being hard and hard-wearing and whilst wearing consistent light grain structure. The warm, light yellow and at the same time robust wood is extremely suitable for flooring. Over time, the natural ageing gives the wood a golden glow.

Asian Bamboo: Bamboo is not only beautiful, it is a renewable product. This natural alternative to wood is readily available including trim, transitions, and stair components.

South African Teak (engineered) has a high resistance to abrasion and is suitable for all flooring applications where strength and durability are require; the timber's attractive appearance combined with its stability and low linear shrinkage factor, makes it long lasting and the ideal choice for flooring.

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