Timber’s strength and solidity. Important facets of building construction and qualities best used where they’re needed most - the floors that uphold our lives. When it comes to solid timber floor boards, native WA tuart has one of the highest hardness ratings of all wood species, making it an ideal choice for tongue and groove timber flooring.
As tuart timber is extremely hard-wearing it holds greater resistance to indentation, heavy furniture, foot-traffic and surface scratches; preserving the floors appearance while it ages gracefully. Honey-golden hued with an interlocking grain, tuart tongue and groove flooring has a clean classic look. Marrying exceptionally well with numerous other timber species, tuart timber flooring will enhance the design of any space be it traditional or formal, heritage or country, modern, contemporary, quaint or industrial.
Popular in flooring is also due to the size of the tuart tree. Often 1-2m wide and up to 40m in height, the trunk can make up to half the entire length of the tree, resulting in greater timber lengths to be milled into straight sturdy floor boards.
Timber sizes available in 12mm and 14mm overlay or 19mm structural board, with various grades available. Greand’s timber flooring prices do vary, so please give us a call and we’ll gladly help with your enquiry. Fill out the form to order timber online or call Greand Timbers - the timber merchants Perth locals know and trust, on 0408 921 089
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