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Adelaide Timber Flooring – the right choice for your new timber floor
Choosing the right timber flooring for your home can sometimes be a bit daunting. That’s where Adelaide Timber Flooring come in. Our 25 plus years of experience in helping home owners and businesses get the right look and right features for their new timber floor mean that you are in safe hands.
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Since 1997 we have developed a list of reliable, quality timber suppliers, giving us access to some of the best timber flooring products on the market.
All you have to do is choose your timber and get a free measure and quote.
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Choose from Solid or Engineered Timber, Laminate, Parquetry or Bamboo.
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Wooden Flooring – Varieties – Colours – Grain Patterns – Finishes
See below for information on a wide variety of wooden flooring products.
Spotted Gum is found on Australia’s east coast. It features a wavy grain which can produce an attractive and highly valued “fiddle-back” effect.
Colouring varies from pale grey browns and soft creams to a rich chocolate brown.
Stringy bark features a moderately fine and even texture with a straight grain. It is generally light in colour from pale yellows through to soft golden hues.
Sydney Blue Gum
Named for its attractive blue grey bark, it has a straight often, interlocking grain.
Colouring ranges from soft browny-red to deep rich red.
Tallowwood is an exceptionally durable hardwood species with unique colour and grain structure. It varies from yellow-brown with a tinge of olive green.
This wood ranges from pale cream to pink and a light reddish brown. The grain is straight and even, which makes it a popular choice with home-owners.
Turpentine is usually grown in New South Wales & Southern Queensland.
It features an even texture and straight, coarse grain. Turpentine ranges in colour from pale pink & pale red/brown to darker reddish brown.
White oak is a popular hardwood with a straight fine grain and even texture.
It is hard wearing and popular for it’s more contemporary appearance.
Colouring ranges from cream to pale brown.
New England Oak
Found in the New England region of New South Wales, New England Oak has a medium and even texture, with a variable grain and prominent growth rings. Colouring ranges from soft yellow and pink to pinky-brown.
Red Mahogany is a large tree, which grows between Sydney and across to Northern Queensland. It is known as a very dense, hard-wearing timber with fine grain and deep red colouring.
Mainly found in the cooler areas of Australia from the Mount Lofty Ranges of Victoria to the tablelands of New South Wales, Ribbon Gum has lovely soft pink tones.
Australian Beech is renowned for its strength and versatility. Colouring ranges from cream to pale brown.
Bamboo is an incredibly hardwearing material with excellent resistance to moisture and insects. The grain pattern varies from horizontal or vertical to strand woven. Subtle colour variations, ranging from a warm caramel to a lighter blonde.
Blackbutt is a commonly grown hardwood, with straight grain and an even, consitant texture.
Colouring ranges from cream to pale brown, often with a hint of pink.
The Cypress is unique and is a very hard-wearing timber often with decorative knots.
Featuring golden brown colours with from pale creams to yellow highlights.
This timber has a straight grain with moderately coarse and even texture. The colouring is an attractive pale pink to red brown colour.
French Oak is an imported close-grained hardwood. It is very hard wearing and a really luxurious timber. Colouring ranges from cream to pale brown.
Ironbark is also an extremely hard timber, with an interlocked grain and a reasonably coarse texture. Grey Ironbark displays a stunning range of colours from pale brown and grey to dark chocolate brown and also dark reds. Red Ironbark has a deep, rich red colouring.
Karri is native to the southwest corner of WA. It is a very dense wood, making it hard. Karri is a lively red colour with shades pale pink to rich reddish brown.
Messmate is a well-known hardwood species used in a variety of timber applications. It’s even texture and visible growth rings give it a distinctive look. Colour ranges from pale brown to light yellow with tinges of peach.