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WHAT IS HARDWOOD FLOORING?

Hardwood flooring is one of the most traditional flooring solutions you can choose for your home. Hardwood flooring comes in solid timber boards that must be sanded, coated, and polished during installation and every few years afterwards. Solid timber is one of the more expensive flooring options at the Online Flooring Store due to limited resources. We are proud to offer several lovely brands featuring native Australian species of hardwood.

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This collection of pre-finished solid timber features a smooth finish of water-based eco-polyurethane coating for durable, long-lasting use. Choose from 8 styles of incredible Australian native species to almost instantly transform the spaces of your home.

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Hardwood flooring is one of the most traditional flooring solutions you can choose for your home. Hardwood flooring comes in solid timber boards that must be sanded, coated, and polished during installation and every few years afterwards. Solid timber is one of the more expensive flooring options at the Online Flooring Store due to limited resources.

Hardwood flooring will provide a beautiful, natural look to your home for years and years. True hardwood floorboards can be refinished and restored. They can be a lasting addition to your home that will outlast you and even your children.

Installing hardwood timber in your home is an investment in the future of your home. With the right care and upkeep, hardwood flooring may last for decades after installation. You will also find the most natural and realistic colour patterns with true hardwood timber. All other flooring solutions try to mimic the lovely colour variation and grain texture of hardwood timber.

Hardwood flooring is a great option for almost any room in the home. However, the Online Flooring Store does not recommend using it in spaces prone to moisture or water spills. Bathrooms and laundries are not suited to true hardwood due to the dangers of dampness that may cause premature shrinkage or fading.

You can lay hardwood flooring in a kitchen as long as you maintain strict upkeep. Any liquid spilled on your floorboards should be immediately cleaned to avoid capping or staining.

Solid timber floorboards should be kept clean with a vacuum, broom, or a damp mop. However, avoid using wax or certain harsh chemicals. You can protect the surface of hardwood floorboards by placing pads under furniture legs and removing high heel shoes.

As hardwood timber ages, it might fade. This is especially the case in areas receiving direct or harsh sunlight. We suggest using the strategic placement of area rugs and blinds to avoid premature fading.