Timber Flooring Species


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TIMBER FLOORING TRADITIONAL

Solid timber strip flooring is designed to be laid directly onto joists, battens, particleboard or plywood on concrete.

Precision milled at 19mm to 21mm in thickness and board widths from 60mm to 180mm. Solid timber floors are the perfect option for sports floors, residential homes and commercial properties. Tongue and groove joints on both sides and ends of the floorboards ensure a continuous and stable surface.

End matching, which is a tongue and groove on the ends of the floorboards, eliminates the need for floorboards to join directly over joists or battens. This results in less cutting and less waste.

TIMBER FLOORING OVERLAY

Precision-milled to thicknesses of 13mm to 14mm, Slimwood, as the name suggests, is thinner than the traditional tongue and groove timber strip floors.

Slimwood overlay flooring is installed directly over a structural surface, such as particleboard on joists or plywood over concrete. The overlay flooring is well supported, so it is not necessary to have the additional thickness.

When compared to traditional 19mm tongue and groove strip flooring, Slimwood still offers the same depth of wear (the depth of the board that can be sanded and refinished), despite the overall plank being thinner.

Slimwood solid timber flooring is designed to be trowel glued and secret nailed.

 

The images displayed are intended as a guide to help you choose your timber flooring, but we recommend that you visit our showroom to confirm your choice before placing an order.

There are many grades, sizes and species to choose from. To view the hardness of each species and information on the other uses of each one please follow this link: Timber Flooring Species

Timber is one of the world’s few truly renewable natural resources.

The native hardwood that you buy from Connollys is sourced from a forest that is sustainably managed through a rigorous framework of both Commonwealth and State laws and regulations.

Tasmanian Oak

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Spotted Gum

Solid Timber

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Red Ironbark

Solid Timber

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Tallowwood

Solid Timber

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Messmate

Solid Timber

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Blackbutt

Solid Timber

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Grey Ironbark

Solid Timber

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American Oak

Solid Timber

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French Oak

Solid Timber

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New England Oak

Solid Timber

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Sydney Blue Gum

Solid Timber

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New England Blackbutt

Solid Timber

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Tasmanian Blackwood

Solid Timber

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Tasmanian Myrtle

Solid Timber

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Mixed Hardwoods

Solid Timber

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Brushbox

Solid Timber

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Chestnut

Solid Timber

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Jarrah

Solid Timber

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Victorian Ash

Solid Timber

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Aussie Beech

Solid Timber

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Flooded Gum

Solid Timber

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European Oak

Solid Timber

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Cypress Pine

Solid Timber

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Stringybark

Solid Timber

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Karri

Solid Timber

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Turpentine

Solid Timber

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Forest Reds

Solid Timber

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Grey Box

Solid Timber

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White Mahogany

Solid Timber

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Grey Gum

Solid Timber

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Red Mahogany

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