Coffs Harbor Hardwoods
Carpenters - Glenreagh, NSW
We have been producing quality hardwood timber for years and have now introduced a range of timber for joinery use in residential and commercial areas.
Selecting Your Floor
Timber has been chosen for centuries as a flooring product. Its warmth and beauty and low anti-static dust properties make it even more desirable today.
Timber flooring is available in many colours of single or mixed species and the floor that you are installing will be unique in character and appearance because there are no two trees the same. For this reason, timber floors are valued much more and have now become the feature of many homes.
Another charm of timber floors is that they are totally natural and with this comes variability. Due to this, there are some things you as the owner need to consider about purchasing the floor and understand about the laying, sanding and finishing. Knowing these things will enable you to enjoy your floor throughout the years ahead.
When you purchase a floor, you will need to consider aspects such as colour, grade, board width and finish.
You have many choices to make, so spend time with your supplier or installer to know and understand your new floor.
Hardwood decking will lend a natural elegance to any outdoor living area. Left to go a soft grey or finished to enhance its natural beauty, hardwood decking will integrate your home with the natural environment. The use of hardwood decking gives a smooth flow from inside to out when matching hardwood flooring with decking.
Features & Uses Of Hardwood Decking
Hardwood decking is not only useful for your outside area as a floor surface, but you can also use it for other features such as:
We can supply all your stair material needs, from stringers to stair treads to risers as well as matching this in with posts and balustrades. When it comes to stairs there is a multitude of variations available for application depending on the structural requirements of the building. The most common type of stair construction is house treads into stringers. Flights may be constructed with ‘open treads’ without risers or ‘closed treads’ with riser boards. Open tread stairs are recommended for external use because they give better air circulations allowing exposed timber to dry more quickly, thus improving durability.