Solid Timber Flooring

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Solid Timber Flooring

All of our Pre-finished timber comes from sustainable forests & plantations.

Why Choose Pre-finished Timber? In today’s global market, pre-finished timbers are pretty much the norm. Here are some of the reasons:

  • Durability: Pre-finished with 12 layers of Amecican PPG Finish – Award Coating Master
  • Less mess: No sanding, staining, or sticky finishes means less mess in your home.
  • No wait time: You won’t have to wait days (or weeks) for your flooring to completely dry. Once floors are installed, you can move right in and start enjoying your new flooring.
  • Environmentally Friendly: The finish E0 VOC rating so there are no harmful odours to deal with.
  • Flawless Coating: No streaking, bubbling, or missed spots. Pre-finished planks include a thicker, more uniform coating than a manually finished boards.

Solid timber flooring remains a popular choice when it comes to flooring options in Australia. Consisting solely of solid, stable hardwood planks, this style of flooring provides a traditional and timeless look while also being easy to clean and maintain.

At Mayne Rugs and Flooring, all of our timber floors are pre-finished, meaning you can start enjoying your new floors immediately after installation. Unlike raw timber flooring, there is no need for sanding, polishing, or waiting to enjoy your new premium floors. With our solid timber flooring, you’ll enjoy less mess, quick installation from our experienced and qualified installers, and a classic look that will last for years.

All of our timber is sustainably sourced, and multiple protective topcoats make our pre-finished timbers one of the most durable options for solid timber flooring in Australia.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Both solid timber and engineered timber flooring offer a classic, aesthetic appeal and come ready to install. The main difference between the two flooring options is that while solid timber floors consist of sole, solid hardwood planks, engineered timber flooring consists of a tough, rigid plywood base beneath an outward layer of hardwood timber. The base offers a solid core, with the top layer providing a similar look to that of classic timber flooring. Engineered timber flooring is generally able to withstand more moisture and humidity than solid timber flooring.

Solid timber flooring offers a classic look and feel — and its ability to withstand multiple sandings and polishings means it can last for decades. With their durable surface, solid timber floors are generally able to withstand scratches and dents and are therefore a good option for high-traffic areas in the house, such as living areas. However, solid timber flooring may not be the best option for high-moisture areas or in spaces with higher than average humidity levels. If you’re interested in viewing alternatives to solid timber flooring, be sure to have a look at our timber laminate flooring and luxury hybrid flooring ranges.