Please note: No two trees are the same. Timber is a natural product that varies in color depending on the age and climate it is grown in. All timber darkens with time when it is exposed to light. These properties are only a guide, as timber is a natural product there will be variations within any species. The Janka Dry Hardness rating measures the hardness of the wood. The higher the number the harder the wood.
The wider the better for this wood! This prestigious imported timber is highly prized all over the world for its fantastic grain, stability and character. Stains extremely well making it a versatile flooring timber that will never go out of fashion. Janka (hardness) rating 7.5 kN
The main advantage of Australian Beech timber flooring is its beautiful light color. The color ranges from light cream to pale brown. Janka (hardness) rating 7.5 kN. See the compatible table of Janka ratings for different types of natural flooring here.
There are not many light colored hardwood floors in the world. Blackbutt timber flooring is one of the best representatives of these kind floors. Blackbutt has an even texture and generally straight grain making it appealing for interior use applications. Its coloring ranges from cream to pale brown, sometimes with a slight tinge of pink. The traditional and still the most popular are the solid, tongue and groove, blackbutt timber floorboards.
Traditionally T&G timber flooring has width 80mm, 130mm and 180mm wide boards, thickness 14mm, 19mm and length from 0.9m to 6m.
Janka hardness rating 9.1 kN, termite and fire resistant.
Blue Gum flooring is highly desired for commercial and residential projects, the timber color varies from soft brown reds to deep rich reds. Blending of color in flooring gives a warm luxurious feeling. Color looks very similar to Jarrah. Janka (hardness) Rating 9 kN.
Brushbox has long been sought after for its unique properties and aesthetic qualities. It has a fine and even texture with a beautiful, rich color. It can vary from pale pinkish grey to rich reddish brown. Brush Box is a naturally oily wood with high tannin content. Its natural waxiness can cause adhesion problems with some floor finishes, but it is otherwise a good timber for staining and coating. Excellent termite resistance. Janka rating (hardness) 9.5 kN.
Brazilian Walnut (Ipe)
Brazilian Walnut is one of the hardest type of timber flooring . Brazilian Walnut, known for its exceptional hardness and resistance to wood boring insects and fugi, this exotic hardwood is a great choice in both residential and commercial installations. Typically users who require an extremely durable floor or desire a dark floor choose Brazilian Walnut. The color is mostly deep dark brown with exceptionally fine graining. It is one of the densest woods available, and the densest in our collection - at 16.37kN on the Janka hardness scale.
Brazilian Teak (Cumaru)
The colour range of Cumaru, Brazilian Teak timber flooring spreads from light to medium brown tones, including yellows and tan brown. Janka rating 15.7kN.
Tongue and groove floorboards precision machined from a wide range of Australian hardwoods. Kiln dried to 9%-14%, moisture content ready to bring the beauty of the Australian bush into your dwelling. Color ranges from pale yellow sapwood to variegated browns towards the heartwood. Excellent termite resistance. Janka rating (hardness) 6.1 kN.
(Flooded) Rose Gum
Flooded (Rose) Gum is highly prized for its unique, subtle rose tones that vary from pale pink to soft reds and red browns. Flooded Gum is ideal for luxurious domestic applications that require a rich but gentle aesthetic. It has a straight grain, an even texture and the occasional, natural scribble pattern. Janka hardness rating: 7.5 kN
Forest Reds is a blend of medium to large hardwoods harvested from the coastal regions. Timber colour ranging from pale pinks to deep rich reds, which when blended in flooring, give a particularly warm, luxurious appearance. Janka Dry Hardness: 9.1 kN
Grey Ironbark is a very hard and durable timber, with a variance of color from dark reddish brown to dark shades of chocolate. The grain is uniform, usually straight, sometimes interlocked. It ticks all the boxes - hard, durable, best fire rating and stunning to look at – its popularity is no surprise. The density of the timber allows for a smooth finish. It has a narrow band of sapwood that is resistant to lyctus attack. Janka rating (hardness) 14 kN.
Amongst the hardest timbers used in flooring, combined with its stunning grain and vibrant red colors, Red Ironbark is a floor that will last and please for a lifetime. Beautiful dark red color with occasional shades of yellow. A stunning array of timber hues from pale brown to dark chocolate brown and also dark, luscious reds. The grain is usually interlocked, with a moderately coarse texture. Grain is interlocked and has a medium and even texture. At about 1130 kg/m3 it is one of the few timbers that will not float. Janka rating (hardness) 14 kN.
Jarrah is heavy and tough with a delicate pleasant aroma. It is reasonably easy to work, although care is needed when nailing to avoid splitting. Jarrah timber flooring can be highly polished and accepts most finishes well. Jarrah is richly colored and beautifully grained and is termite resistant timber what make it valuable for flooring. The finished timber has a deep rich reddish-brown color and an attractive grain. Janka rating (hardness) 8.5 kN.
Jatoba, Brazilian Cherry
Jatobá, Brazilian Cherry is known in particular for its density and hardness. Teamed with the unique colorings, it has quickly become one of the most popular choices in recent woodworking products. Brazilian Cherry timber flooring undergoes a very pronounced color change after installation.
Karri is a high density and extremely hardwearing hardwood, which ranges in colors from dark pink to deep reddish browns. With an even texture and interlocking grain, Karri reflects light to give great luster and depth to its appearance, while highlighting the natural characteristics. Karri flooring is the perfect choice to complement any interior space and will provide many years of lasting beauty. Karri floors will not collect dust or conceal dirt, making it a natural choice for asthma and hay fever sufferers. Janka rating (hardness) 9 kN.
Kempas timber is sourced from Malaysia & Indonesia. Kempas can be a difficult timber to work with, so make sure you choose a company that knows what they are doing and not just offering a cheap price. The colour of Kempas flooring ranges from orange-reds to reddish-browns. A high rating of the Janka scale 7.6 kN typically means that Kempas is quite strong and durable. Kempas closely resembles several other popular hardwoods, and is often used as a substitute for these hard-to-get exotic woods. It can withstand years of wear and tear, along with damage from impacts caused by furniture or dropped items.
Merbau is the most stable and durable specie in timber flooring. Its natural colour has medium brown coloured wood with brownish highlights with a course graining. It has a rich, dark brown color with flecks of yellow often noticeable. Merbau (Kwila) is a naturally oily wood with high tannin content. This extremely durable hardwood is resistant to termites and decay. Care must be taken when nailing to avoid splitting. Janka rating (hardness) 8.56 kN.
Messmate is a well-known hardwood species that has been used in a variety of applications for decades. It varies in colour from pale browns through to light yellows with subtle hints of peach. It is a species that is rich in detail with an even texture and beautiful growth rings.
Janka hardness rating: 7.1 kN
Impressive deep red and burgundy hues with exceptional hardness. Ideal for domestic and commercial purposes. The impressive tone of Red Mahogany offers gives a sense of warmth to any home along with a touch of old world class. Red Mahogany is prized as a very dense timber with fine grain and stunning deep red coloring. It has become a prestigious timber species due to its density and rare coloring. The wood is generally medium textured with even grain. At times the grain can interlock producing an attractive figure. Janka hardness rating: 12 kN
Spotted Gum is one of Australia’s premium native hardwoods. The main advantages of spotted gum timbers are back-sawn grain structure, attractive markings and vibrant color palette. Spotted Gum flooring offers durability, adaptability and versatility. The natural beauty, strength and warmth of spotted gun flooring have proved constantly popular in a wide variety of interior applications. Janka rating (hardness) 11 kN.
Stringybark Hardwood Flooring
Stringybark is a blend of eucalyptus varieties native to various areas of New South Wales. The texture of Stringybark is moderately fine and even with a straight grain. It is a light coloured blend ranging from pale yellow through to golden hues and light browns. Janka hardness rating 8.0 kN.
Sydney Blue Gum
Sydney Blue gum is a beautiful timber which is native to Australia. The color of Sydney Blue Gum ranges from medium to light reddish, some pink in sapwood, can also exhibit light brown toning. The timber from the Sydney Blue Gum is typically made of straight grains with a very few samples having interlocking grains. Its texture is a bit rough or coarse. Sydney Blue Gum timber flooring is hard and tough, with an exceptional stability rating in regards to moisture. It accepts finish and sanding well, making it a nice choice for a hardwood timber flooring. Janka rating (hardness) 9.01 kN.
Tallowwood is a prestigious timber that is sought after by architects, however it is becoming scarce and difficult at times to obtain. It is an exceptionally durable hardwood species with unique colour and grain structure. It is predominately yellowish brown with a tinge of olive green and beautiful growth rings. Janka rating (hardness) 8.6 kN.
The name Tasmanian Oak is used to describe three species of Eucalypt commonly found in Tasmania. You can enjoy the beautiful color range of Tasmanian Oak from pale cream to pink and reddish-brown. Janka rating (hardness) 5.5 kN.
Brazilian Tiete Chestnut is a beautiful hardwood timber flooring. Tiete Chestnut features a combination of warm to medium brown and golden tan hues. Janka rating (hardness) 15.7kN.
Turpentine is a highly durable hardwood timber flooring specie. The color of Turpentine ranges from a pale pink and pale reddish brown through to darker reddish brown. Its texture is fine and even, the grain is often interlocked. Turpentine does not have gum veins it is quite common to have surface checking. Janka rating (hardness) 12 kN.
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