Our Oak is sourced from Burgundy in France and also from the region immediately north of Vienna in Austria. The species are Quercus robur and patraea. All our Oak is seasoned and kiln dried in Europe. We mosty purchase unedged boules and edge them in our factory to get the sizes that we need. In China we only do redrying and reconditioning.
Our range of solid Oak flooring is extensive, from long 220s to regular 125mm random length. We also produce finger joint as well as many sizes of herringbone and chevron parquetry. In addition we do bespoke pattern parquetry for special jobs. The versatility of Oak is legendary. It is the world’s most popular flooring species for good reason. It can be finished in a wide range of colours and treatments.
Oak is functional, beautiful and stable. A solid Oak floor will last for decades and can be refinished in-situ occasionally in keeping with current trends.
Our Cypress is a native timber of Australia and we source it from the State of Queensland. Cypress is a highly versatile wood that can be used both indoors and out. It is used as a structural as well as a decorative timber. It is renowned for its termite resistance.
Cypress is a wood for wood lovers who appreciate its unique qualities and its enormous range of colours and patterns. It has a superfine grain due to its slow growth and its shrinkage rate from green to dry is among the lowest of all commercial timbers. There is no other timber like Cypress. It is harder and denser than Oak. It is pleasantly fragrant and it is resistant to moulds, bacteria and insects. It is also highly water resistant because it contains natural oils and will perform well in situations where other woods will distort.
Finishes include fine sanded, oiled or lacquered.
Jarrah is a hard and heavy Eucalyptus species that is only found in the Southwest of Western Australia.It is highly esteemed for flooring, high-end furniture as well as decking and outdoor furniture. It has also been favoured for railway sleepers and for structural use. The colour of Jarrah varies from light pink to dark red.
Finishes include fine sanded, oiled or lacquered..