Timber Species

Naturally stocks vary but we are generally able to supply the following species.

Baltic PineDescription: Varies from white to pale yellow. Many small tight knots. Available as reclaimed floorboards only.
Durability: Class 4
Hardness: 2.1
BlackbuttDescription: Varies from creamy blonde colours to a medium honey brown. Occasional gum vein.
Strength: F17-F34
Durability: Class 1
Hardness: 9.5
Blue GumDescription: Dark pink to red-brown. Gum veins common.
Strength: F14-F27
Durability: Class 2
Hardness: 9.0
Brush BoxDescription: Colours vary from pinkish brown to a rick brown-grey. A very hard wearing timber with a short grain & no splinters. Termite resistant. No gum vein or borers. Will not leach tannin stain.
Strength: F14-F27
Durability: Class 3
Hardness: 9.5
Cypress PineDescription: Colours vary from pale to dark yellow. Many knots. Brittle. Termite resistant. Available as reclaimed floorboards only.
Strength: F5
Durability: Class 4
Hardness: 6.6
Hoop PineDescription: Almost white.
Durability: Class 4
Hardness: 3.4
IronbarkDescription: Colour varies considerably from pale brown to dark chocolate brown & also red.
Strength: F22-F42
Durability: Class 1
Hardness: 14.0
KarriDescription: Colours vary from pale pink to reddish brown.
Strength: F11-F22
Durability: Class 2
Hardness: 9.0
Kauri PineDescription: Colours vary pale pink to reddish brown. Occasional knot. Available as reclaimed floorboards only.
Durability: Class 4
Hardness: 3.3
JarrahDescription: Colours range from a mid-brown to purple-brown & dark chocolate brown often with strong marbling. Very dense & strong.
Strength: F11-F22
Durability: Class 2
Hardness: 8.5
OregonDescription: Colour yellow brown to pale reddish brown.
Strength: F11
Durability: Class 4
Hardness: 2.0
RimuDescription: Heart wood yellowish brown or reddish brown with irregular streaks. Sapwood pale brown. Available as reclaimed floorboards only.
Durability: Class 4
Hardness: 3.5
Spotted GumDescription: Colours range from honey-greens to grey-browns. Sometimes there are purple streaks evident. Frequent wavy grain produces an attractive fiddle back feature. Good bushfire resistance.
Strength: F17-F34
Durability: 1
Hardness: 11.0
TallowwoodDescription: Yellowish brown with an occasional tinge of olive green. Pine hole bores & beetle marks may be evident in some timbers.
Strength: F17-F34
Durability: Class 1
Hardness: 8.6

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