Solid Timber are the ultimate in elegance and warmth for any home. We offer wide range of natural solid hardwood timber flooring, in a variety of colours, grains and strengths all at unbelievably affordable prices.
In addition to its durability and sustainability, timber flooring adds a touch of natural beauty to any space. It comes in a variety of colours and grain patterns, so you can choose the one that best suits your personal style and decor.
Installing timber flooring can also add value to your home. Its timeless beauty and durability make it a popular choice among homeowners and potential buyers alike. When properly cared for, timber flooring can last for decades, making it a worthwhile investment for your home.
Choose timber flooring for a durable, natural, and beautiful flooring option that will add value to your home. Contact a reputable company to learn more and to have it installed properly.
Timber flooring has a large amount of advantages which we believe greatly outweigh the disadvantages.
- A timber floor looks amazing and creates a natural warm elegant environment.
- Timber flooring is a more ecological option as long as the logs are sources ethically.
- Very low maintenance and easy to clean
- Doesn’t have fibres or grout which can hold and trap bacteria, dust, pollen, and other allergens which could harm your family
- Great acoustics
Timber flooring in the bathroom does look fantastic but it does come with some challenges.
Excessive moisture can cause the timber to move or darken so it’s important that if you have timber flooring in the bathroom it’s kept dry.
Timber floorboards won’t contour which means that if a flooding occurs it won’t direct water to a drain location.
Yes, timber floor is commonly painted stained and coated with polyurethane. It’s important to check the compatibility of the timber with the paint of coating, some timbers naturally have high oil content that can affect its ability to be coated. In other cases a timber surface may be contaminated with other household products like silicon or cooking oils which can also cause reactions with paints and coatings.