Darwin Timber Flooring

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Timber Flooring Darwin

There are a variety of options you can choose from for your flooring. If you want something that has a natural aesthetic and gives versatile options, timber flooring is your best option. From colour, grain, to finish, there is a range of choices that you can decide from for this type of flooring. Being such a versatile type of flooring, there are different material options and it’s installation methods to consider before having it applied.

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Choices and Process for Timber Flooring

As a wood type of flooring, timber flooring offers a range of colours, grains and strengths for you to choose from. Aside from being a versatile material, timber flooring is hypoallergenic and does not trap pollen, allergens or dust, making it one of the healthier flooring options. Some popular choices for timber flooring include the following: 

  • Australian Chestnut
  • Sydney Blue Gum
  • Blackbutt
  • Tasmanian Oak
  • Spotted Gum
  • Tallowwood 
  • Jarrah 
  • Brush Box


Depending on the type of timber flooring you decide on though, you will also need to consider its strength and grade. Grading is a process that categorises boards according to the number and size of features present in the material, e.g. gum veins and knots. There are mainly three types of grades to consider and they are a select, standard, and high feature. Each one has its own feature you can use for different designs. 

Select grade wood has the least amount of features and is considered top of the range. Because of this, it is the most expensive grade and usually found with more modern designs. A standard grade wood on the other hand has more variations in its grain which sometimes depend on the features of particular species. 

Because of its variations, it is the more popular choice among the grades. If you want something truly affordable though, a high feature grade wood is your option. In comparison to the other wood grades, this grade is high in natural features and presents a rustic look. So if you want to learn more about the natural aspect of the flooring, this is the type of grade you will want to go for. 

Whatever material or grade you wish to select though, you will also need to consider the installation of the flooring. Timber flooring installation has three options for installation, they are secret nails, gluing, or the click system depending on the material chosen. Aside from the type of installation, you may also need to check for subfloor preparation. 

Outside of the different options and the installation to consider with timber flooring, there are different benefits to having this type of flooring. Compared to other flooring types, timber flooring is easier to clean and maintain plus can last long with proper maintenance. With its natural aesthetic, it can also increase property value. When choosing a professional service to install your timber flooring, you will want to choose Darwin Carpenters. 

Choosing Darwin Carpenters to Install Your Timber Flooring

Darwin Carpenters offer a wide selection of timber species options for your flooring needs and have years of experience in handling small-scale installations and repairs up to large-scale flooring for commercial properties. Some of the popular choices we can give you are Australian Chestnut, Blackbutt, Tasmanian Oak, Spotted Gum, and Tallowood.

We are committed to always delivering elegant aesthetics, quality craftsmanship, and functional timber flooring. If you let us assist in selecting the perfect colour, grain, and finish for your timber flooring we can assure you that our professional crew will install your flooring with great precision, attention to detail, and artful craftsmanship. You can learn more about what we have to offer and consult further on our services by contacting us on our hotline or email.