Flooring favorites - solid, engineered, pre-finished and unfinished
Australian Cypress (Australian).
Golden-cream colored flooring with plentiful dark knots that give it a striking appearance.
Australian Koa. Call for details.
Brush Box. Call for details
Red Iron Bark (Australian)
The sophistication of the rich reddish-brown colors of this flooring is matched only by its incredible hardness and durability.
Spotted Gum (Australian)
Serene, sophisticated brown colored flooring with cream accents and high durability.
Sydney Blue Gum (Australian)
A glamorous flooring timber with "pink champagne" coloring, good durability and truly beautiful grain.
Tasmanian Oak. Call for details.
Australian Cypress (Australian)
Genuine Australia lumber from sustainable sources.
Birds Eye Hard Maple (American)
Genuine American lumber. A shimmering wood with satin-y folds in the grain and "bird's eye" specks.
Teak lumber. Legally harvested and ethically imported. FEQ. KD approximately 6%.
Hawaiian Eucalyptus (American)
Discontinued: Lumber from Eucalyptus plantations developed by the Hawaiian state government through the Kamehmeha school holdings of the Big Island of Hawai'i.
An increasingly rare Australian lumber, prized for its color and grain.
Lacewood & Leopard Wood (Australian)
Also called Fish Tail Oak. A lacy wood with rippling grain. Lumber.
Spotted Gum Lumber (Australian)
The rough lumber of this beautiful brown to cream hardwood with strength, fire resistant properties, and cathedral grain with some fiddleback.
All our lumber is supplied as rough lumber (i.e. not planed and dressed).