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    Types of Timber Flooring

    Find out about everything there is to know about our timber flooring ranges.

    European Oak

    European Oak timber flooring encompasses all the beauty of timber flooring, with a wide range of contemporary colours and finishes to meet any interior vision. Flooring Online offers four distinct European Oak ranges, including wideboard and herringbone patterns.

    Australian Species

    Australian timber species offers the very best of timber flooring, with rich knots and individual character, no two boards are the same. For those die hard timber flooring lovers out there, Australian timber is the perfect choice. These boards bring a rich and unique aesthetic to any home.

    Which timber finish suits you?

    Read more about each of our timber flooring finishes to find out.

    5G Vs. T&G locking system

    What are 5G & T&G joing profiles and what difference does is make for installation?

    Timber Flooring Price Guide

    Find out all you need to know about timber flooring pricing.

    Custom Stair Nosing

    Seamlessly continue your timber floor throughout your home and up your staircase with Flooring Online's made to order custom timber stair nosing. Featuring a pencil round edge, our timber stair nose is made from the same engineered timber floorboards installed throughout your home.  

    Is Engineered Timber flooring waterproof?

    No, it is not completely waterproof however, due to its layers, it works better with water than solid hardwood timber.

    Can Engineered Timber be sanded/repolished like solid timber flooring?

    Yes, Engineered timber floors can be sanded down and refurbished in their lifetime. However, how many times this can be done depends on the thickness of the solid timber veneer. Most of our engineered timber boards are safe to sand one to three times. Our 12mm Engineered European Oak range should not be sanded. 

    Can I install Herringbone Timber flooring myself?

    We recommend that you hire a professional installer for Herringbone flooring due to the more complex board pattern and detail required for install.