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Inspired by the intricate floors of Italy, this collection of narrower, thinner planks, chevron and herringbone blocks provide more flexibility for laying in complex patterns or mixing with tiles in other materials. A chevron, a herringbone block and a plank are available in every shade.

A highly consistent engineered board with two layers: a surface of select grade slow-grown European oak which accounts for over 1⁄3 of the overall depth is backed with a spruce or birch ply, Italian collection features a traditional tongue and groove profile.

​Italian collection boards have a lacquered finish, are FSC® certified, and are suitable for fitting over underfloor heating. Please note that all herringbone and chevron blocks are supplied with a groove on two sides and tongue on two and are handed. They will be supplied in the correct ratio.

 

View the full range of The Italian Collection here.

With materials sourced from South America,  all hardwood decking products are procured in total compliance of government regulations. Indusfloor manufacturing plants are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. This certification assures that the natural resources used in the production of IndusParquet products are manufactured efficiently with minimum impact on the environment. The Brazilian Walnut decking features warm varied brown tones to darker chocolate browns to create solid contrast with the extreme natural light of Australia.

White oak is a tan colored exotic timber floor with subtle colour variation. It features a straight, coarse grain patterns.  The colour of the White Oak remains consistent even when exposed to varying shades and hues of light.  This consistency compliments a versatility which make it a favourite interior product as it can be matched with a range of spaces, uses and decor fittings. The installation of White Oak entails the best possible customer service, from the first viewing and testing of the product to ordering and installation.

The IndusFloor range of hardwood floors have the ambience and warmth of natural timber. Each with its own unique grain and character markings, they create a radiant and opulent environments. Macchiato Pecan is one such product, a statement floor which combines interest and elegance in its uniquely patterned finish.

This engineered timer flooring product originates from Brazil. South America provides an abundance of hardwood flooring, famed for its beauty, durability and distinctive finish. Of these products hardwood flooring from Brazil is one of the most admired flooring choices available. Brazilian Oak, also known as Amendoim, is renowned for its natural tones, from classical pale oak tones to soft maple. The flooring can be custom cut from lengths of 148 x 14 up to 2134.

Design Pine by Innovative Timber Ideas (ITI) is a range of structural and decorative engineered timber products coated with a genuine primer. The product of advanced manufacturing processes, Design Pine is a combination of the finest quality plantation grown timber, an innovative organic preservation system, and a genuine BLUE primer. 

Prior to priming, Design Pine is impregnated with an organic preservation system (H3) which increases its durability for all above ground exterior applications. This system preserves the pine, preventing the onset of rot and decay, and protecting the timber from insect attack. Consisting of waxes and resins, the preservative slows the pine’s absorption of moisture, making Design Pine a more stable product. All visible natural defects (knots, pith) are removed in the manufacturing process, reducing the risk of dimensional instability and resin bleed. Combined with the pre-applied, BLUE primer, which offers good UV resistance, Design Pine maintains an immaculate appearance for years to come. 

Commonly used for cladding, fascia, weather boards, beams and posts but extremely versatile in its possible range of applications, Design Pine is easy to use, ready to paint, and ideal for a beautiful, smooth finish.

FEATURES

Radiata pine  +  25 year limited guarantee  +  Superior primer technology  +  Sustainable plantation grown timber  +  Low embodied energy  +  Excellent thermal insulation  +  Design Pine Cladding up to 1100kg lighter than alternatives  +  Reduced support structure costs  

SPECIFICATIONS

Light colours with a light reflective value (LRV) of >30 or Total Solar Reflectance (TSR) >29 are recommended (dark colours absorb light and heat)  +  Available in standard template, including: mouldings, bottom rails, handrails, door jambs, fascia, weather boards, beams and posts, and boards

Tigerwood is a distinctive species unlike any other exotic hardwood and is admired for its striking diversity and creativity. The Tigerwood is a striped species featuring a background of golden tans and shadows of neutral browns and as the name suggests, is coupled with eclectic streaks and stunning contrasts that become the heart of your home.

Santos Mahogany includes reddish brown to deep red colours and features a unique grain variation that adds an exquisite feel to the environment. With its visual warmth and comfort, the Santos Mahogany is a graceful choice to compliment an inviting atmosphere.

Tiete Chestnut features a combination of medium brown, tan and golden brown tones, that combine to create a warm and welcoming environment. Equal to the Brazilian Teak in hardness and durability, the Tiete Chestnut is a stylish choice to revive an inviting atmosphere.

Boral Silkwood pre-finished engineered hardwood flooring combines the sophistication of real timber with a quality multi-layer cross-ply construction. Boral Silkwood is manufactured in Australia for the Australian climate by an Australian company using Australian hardwood species.

All Boral Silkwood floors are prefinished. The surface is treated with six coats of scratch resistant mid-gloss UV cured acrylic coating, avoiding the mess and fumes of sanding and finishing so that a new Boral Silkwood floor can be walked on within hours of installation. An additional finish can be applied if required.

The nominal 4mm thick top layer of each board is manufactured from Australian hardwood while the other layers are made from top quality plywood. The hardwood top layer can be re-sanded or re-coated, as with traditional timber floors. Boral Silkwood uses a tongue and groove profile and all products are end matched for a tight board-to-board fit. The cross-ply construction of each board provides a stable floor minimising movement over time. The boards are precision-milled, providing a square edge for a smooth continuous surface.

Boral Silkwood boards are available in 133mm and 175mm widths and nine beautiful Australian species, which are some of the hardest and most durable in the world. The species palette ranges from rich reds to deep browns and lighter shades to suit any décor from traditional to modern. Boral Silkwood is easy to install and is designed to be laid over any level, structurally sound subfloor such as a concrete slab, particleboard or plywood, even existing tiles or timber flooring. When used with appropriate underlay, such as Boral RV-4 or Silkwood underlay, Boral Silkwood is excellent for multi-level units where acoustically rated sound proofing is important.

All Boral Timber’s products are Australian Forestry Scheme (AFS) Chain of Custody certified. This provides peace of mind that Boral Timber products are sourced from sustainably managed and legal forestry. The AFS certification is linked to the largest forest management certification scheme in the world (PEFC) and is the only scheme with an Australian Standard (AS 4708-2007).

*INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS*
Boral Silkwood can be glued or ‘floated’ over any level subfloor such as a concrete slab, particleboard or plywood sheeting or over existing timber floors or tiles.

Parquetry has been used as a hard wearing yet decorative floor covering for centuries. It is still as popular in the 21st century as it was when it was used for the floors of grand fifteenth century cathedrals.

Parquetry is the perfect solution for heavy traffic areas such as halls, steps, entrance ways and even commercial interiors. Should a small section be seriously damaged, it can be replaced easily, and after years of wear the entire floor can be restored to as-new condition by sanding and resealing.

Boral parquetry is supplied in the popular block parquetry style. Block parquetry can be laid in any pattern using contrasting coloured timbers to create depth in the design. Blocks of timber are manufactured and then laid individually to create the chosen pattern. There are many popular patterns in Boral block parquetry. Alternatively, custom patterns or feature blocks can be created.

All Boral Timber’s products are Australian Forestry Scheme (AFS) Chain of Custody certified. This provides peace of mind that Boral Timber products are sourced from sustainably managed and legal forestry. The AFS certification is linked to the largest forest management certification scheme in the world (PEFC) and is the only scheme with an Australian Standard (AS 4708-2007).

*INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS*
Parquetry should be glued directly onto a level subfloor such as concrete, plywood, particleboard or an existing timber floor.

Boral 13mm (overlay) solid strip flooring has been designed for those who love the style and warmth of a solid timber floor, but don’t have the traditional bearers and joists subfloor structure. Boral 13mm is designed to be glued down directly over concrete, existing timber, plywood or particleboard flooring, as long as the existing floor is clean, dry and flat. Boral 13mm is ideal for installing in ground floor renovations over a concrete slab or second storey refurbishments where the carpet has been pulled up and the subfloor is still in place.

Precision milled to 13mm thick, the board is thinner than 19mm traditional solid strip flooring. Because Boral 13mm is laid directly over a structural surface such as concrete or plywood, it is well supported and the additional 6mm thickness is not required. However, when compared to traditional 19mm solid strip flooring, the 13mm flooring still offers the same depth of wear providing a number of refinishes for a lifetime of enjoyment.

It is manufactured with a tongue and groove profile that is also end-matched for a tight board-to-board fit and a continuous, stable surface.

All Boral Timber’s products are Australian Forestry Scheme (AFS) Chain of Custody certified. This provides peace of mind that Boral Timber products are sourced from sustainably managed and legal forestry. The AFS certification is linked to the largest forest management certification scheme in the world (PEFC) and is the only scheme with an Australian Standard (AS 4708-2007).

*INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS*
Boral 13mm solid strip flooring should be glued onto a concrete slab or directly onto Boral plywood or particleboard.

Boral 19mm tongue and groove solid strip flooring is precision-milled, providing a wear layer that can be refinished many times over. It is manufactured with a tongue and groove profile that is also end-matched for a tight board-to-board fit and a continuous, stable surface.

Boral 19mm is designed to be nailed down over bearers and joists or to battens on concrete. One of the benefits of Boral 19mm is that it can handle foot traffic as soon as it is laid, allowing for other trades on the job before a final sanding and application of the finish.

In the past, 108mm and 130mm wide boards have had to be top nailed. With Boral Timber Flooring’s new installation procedure for secret fixing wide boards, board widths of up to 130mm can be secret nailed into the tongue for a smooth and clean finish. Boral Timber Flooring recommends that installation is handled by a professional installer. See the Boral Timber Flooring Secret Fixing Wide Boards brochure for further details.

All Boral Timber’s products are Australian Forestry Scheme (AFS) Chain of Custody certified. This provides peace of mind that Boral Timber products are sourced from sustainably managed and legal forestry. The AFS certification is linked to the largest forest management certification scheme in the world (PEFC) and is the only scheme with an Australian Standard (AS 4708-2007).

Installation requirements
Boral 19mm solid strip flooring has the structural strength to be installed directly onto joists, battens or underply over concrete, using secret or top nailing methods.

Boral Timber has been developing and producing wood products for well over a century. Boral Timber has become one of the largest suppliers of certified hardwood, softwood and plywood timber in Australia with a wide product range including flooring, structural timber, decking, furniture timber, decorative, panelling, cladding and formply. Boral Timber’s products are used for structural, commercial and renovation markets and are distributed across domestic and export markets. Boral Timber has a wide range of Australian native hardwood timber species in a variety of timber flooring products. Boral Timber’s range of solid strip flooring, parquetry, pre-finished hardwood engineered flooring and decking is suitable for new homes, renovations and commercial projects. All Boral Timber’s products are Australian Forestry Scheme (AFS) Chain of Custody certified. This provides peace of mind that Boral Timber products are sourced from sustainably managed and legal forestry. The AFS certification is linked to the largest forest management certification scheme in the world (PEFC) and is the only scheme with an Australian Standard (AS 4708-2007).

Boral Timber’s range of storm wood hardwood decking is made from natural Australian hard woods known for their durability, high density and toughness, making it ideal for use on decks, poolside areas and barbecue areas. Boral Timber Decking is an alternative to concrete and paving materials, and can make use of the same species of timber as in internal plywood flooring to enhance the natural flow from indoor to outdoor. These timber products can also be used for vertical design elements such as screens, fences, gates and seatings, and are well suited to sloping sites and split level or two storey constructions.

*FEATURES*
Ideal for domestic and commercial applications + High density strength and durability + Can be used to complement internal plywood flooring and form a natural flow from indoors to outdoors + More cost effective than a full room extension + Can be cut to any size to fit any design elements

*SPECIFICATIONS*
Width: 64mm, 86mm, 110mm and 130 mm + Thickness: 19mm + Supplied in various lengths from 1800 to 6000 mm

Brazilian Walnut is known for its blends of chocolate brown and nearly black hues that mix to form an exotic colour spectrum of rich dark browns. The Walnut is an impressive hardwood, popular amongst architects and designers for its exceptionally fine graining, superior hardness and natural dark colouration. The Brazilian Walnut is a perfect choice to bathe your home in timeless beauty and style.

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