A Natural Sustainable Resource
Most other floor coverings take a toll on nature. However timber flooring comes from a naturally sustainable source. The majority of wood used comes from carefully selected locations and thankfully the days of timber being cut down with little concern about Australian forests have long since passed.
Choosing one of our hygienic floors means less time will be spent on maintenance. They attract little in the way of dust, making it an easy process to keep them looking their best. Additionally, this can make them a great choice for allergy suffers.
Recent times have seen floating timber floors grow significantly in popularity. One of their main benefits is that they can be installed on top of existing flooring, helping to cut down on preparation costs.
The “floating” terminology describes the installation method used. Put simply, a floating timber floor doesn’t need to be glued or nailed to the sub-floor that it sits on. The only real requirement here is that the new floating floor is placed on a flat, solid surface.
This flooring material is often referred to as an engineered timber floor. Choosing this material allows the home owner to put their new floor to use immediately.