Turpentine is a very sturdy timber that makes a very durable timber flooring. Its fine and even texture makes it appear comparable to the redder types of Brush Box. Turpentine heartwood is reddish-brown while its sapwood is much paler.
Cypress is a very distinctive softwood which is resistant to termite attacks. It can be heavily knotted, giving it an individual look. Heartwood is generally in shades of brown where sapwood is a pale yellow.
Blackbutt, sometimes referred to as Coastal Blackbutt, appears pale brown with an occasional pink tinge. The grain is normally straight, and it one of the most common species of hardwood commercially available from the coastal forests of New South Wales.
Sydney Blue Gum
Sydney Blue Gum, also known simply as Blue Gum, has a coarse and even texture. Its heartwood ranges from dark pink to red-brown while sapwood is much paler. Gum veins are common.
Aesthetically pleasing, Brush Box naturally varies in colour from a pinkish-grey to a rich reddish-brown. Its texture is fine and even. It has some fiddle back features.
Respected around the world, Jarrah is one of the toughest and long-lasting flooring species available on the timber market. Its distinctive colour tones range from dark rich red to rich browns.
Karri timber is moderately coarse and has an even texture. Its heartwood is pale pink to an earthy reddish brown while its sapwood is whitish and easy to distinguish.
Spotted Gum timber flooring comes in a wide range of colours, ranging from pale to dark brown, soft creams and greens. There are obvious colour differences between Spotted Gum timber from Queensland and New South Wales. It’s a sturdy timber that can have a wavy grain.
Rose Gum, also called Flooded Gum or Scrub Gum, is pale pink to light red brown in colour. It’s a versatile timber with a straight grain and an even texture.
Come See the Real Thing
You can see our range of imported and Australian hardwood timber flooring stock at our showroom in Northmead.
If you want to know about costs, just phone us for an up to date quote. Depending on what type of timber flooring you order and the amount you want, a delivery could take 24 hours to a full week. Typically orders are delivered within a 24 – 36 hour time frame.