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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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Timber Flooring

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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A solid timber floor in any home or business looks immaculate. It is generally in standard 19mm, end-matched 19mm or overlay 12mm and if you are matching to existing flooring, we can machine to match your sample.

To find out how to choose the right wood species for your project and to take a look at the FAQs for hardwood flooring.

Which Wood Species is Right for Me?

Choosing the right species of timber is strictly a matter of your style, budget and personal preference.  Whether a native NZ species or one of the many imported timbers available today there is something to suit everyone.  

Light timbers such as Maple, American White Oak, Southland Silver Beech can make a room appear more open and airy.  Medium timbers such as Tasmanian Oak, Australian Oak, NZ Matai, NZ Rimu or Totara give warmth to a room with the option of grades you can also achieve a more natural rustic appeal. Dark timbers such as Kwila, Walnut can give a room a more stately and refined look.  

Once decided on a look you should then consider how your floors will be used.  Are you a retired couple living alone, or a busy family with children and pets?  Each timber species is rated for its hardness and durability using a term known as a 'Janka' scale. The Janka test measures the force required to embed a steel ball to half the depth of the timber.  It is a scale measure used industry-wide determining the ability of a particular timber species to withstand denting and wear.  

The Janka rating is normally displayed in kilonewtons (kN). The higher the score the harder wearing more resistant the timber is. For example, Victorian Ash has a rating of 4.49 kN, whereas Kwila has a rating of 8.56 kN.  This tells us the Kwila would be a better option for high traffic flooring.  

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