Offering Timber Flooring on The Gold Coast
Add Timeless Style & Value
Want to improve the look of your home with high-quality wooden flooring? Choosing timber flooring for your Gold Coast or Beaudesert property can add warmth and appeal to your home and can give otherwise boring rooms a distinct character, making them much more appealing. Timber flooring also provides a timeless finish and comes in a range of options to suit every household.
Totally Flooring provides the highest quality timber flooring products that you can trust will last years to come.
Popular for keeping temperatures down in summer, warm in winter, and easily cleaned, timber flooring helps keep your home clean and comfortable.
If you are keen on the idea of wooden floors but don’t know where to start, Totally Flooring Gold Coast can show you how to find the perfect match for your needs.
Laminate flooring is an affordable alternative to achieve the look of a timber floor.
It is made from a high density MDF with a digital print to look and feel real. Also very easy to install and reasonably durable.
However not recommended for wet areas, our staff will recommend where it is suitable for and also the control methods needed for expansion. You can also look into the benefits of hybrid flooring, which incorporates some of the best parts of laminate flooring.
A natural green solution to having a timber floor.
14mm Bamboo flooring has the highest density / hardness on the Janka Rating chart and has a lifetime warranty. It is one of the most preferred floorings in the market, due to its low costs, low emissions and easy installation this makes for one of the most suitable floors.
Be careful not to get anything but strand woven bamboo and nothing less than 14mm thick the reasons for this is durability and sustainability.
Oak Flooring is a fine oak made with a scratch resistant finish and a lifetime structural warranty.
Available in 15mm & 21mm Thicknesses, benefit to a European (French) Oak is that you can get very wide and long boards which create a more open feel and larger space.
The designs are incredible and will not date; pricing on this product range is fantastic for what you receive and has become the most preferred timber flooring
Is a natural product and with it’s beautiful look to last a lifetime and not get tired. It is a Veneer Hardwood Top usually comes in a 4mm top however can come in 1mm or for commercial jobs can be custom made to suit the lifetime needed and has a plywood core.
It comes with a lifetime warranty and if needed can be sanded back and re-polished.
Why Choose Timber Flooring?
Timber is a timeless classic, and like a fine wine, it only gets better with age, whether it’s in the form of original hardwood floors in heritage-listed houses or engineered timber flooring in new homes.
In addition to being stronger and more durable than many other flooring options, high-quality timber floors are also more hygienic and easier to clean than carpet, which traps dirt and allergens.
Floors made of timber can add elegance and style to any room. There is nothing like a wooden floor to give a space a sense of coziness and style. They also offer a range of other benefits, including:
Hardwood floors are known to last for a very long time, even in environments with heavy foot traffic.
The Janka Hardness Test is used to rate wood floors, and you can use this as a measure to select material that is going to be the most durable. Home users should aim for a score of 1300 or higher. There are species of wood that are much harder than 1300 Janka, and they will all stand up under significant foot traffic.
It is common to refinish solid hardwood floors five to seven times, which means the same floor may last 100 years. It is usually possible to finish engineered wood flooring once or twice, so you can expect it to last around 40 years.
Add Value To Your Home
Since wood is considered desirable, properties with wood increase in value. And aside from looking good, it is also soft and comfortable to walk on.
If you want to increase the value of your home with new flooring, wood is your best choice. Installing hardwood floors can boost your home’s value by up to 2.5 per cent, according to real estate experts.
There are many other environmental benefits, especially for the carbon conscious and those looking to reduce their footprint. For example, a tree can absorb up to half of its dry weight in carbon from the atmosphere as it grows. One of the most important things we can do to reduce climate change damage is reducing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Australian forests also have some of the best conservation reserves and forest management codes in the world. Australian native forests cover 147 million hectares. Only 6 per cent of that area is public forest that could be harvested. In these public native forests, about 1% of the trees are harvested each year.
Easy to clean
It is remarkably easy to clean timber floors, and you only need to use natural products. Earth-friendly soaps or even a bit of vinegar in warm water is all you need to make them look new. They will require maintenance over the years to remove any scuffs and scrapes, but this treatment will only extend the life of your floor and give you a brand new product without the need to replace your flooring.
Hardwood or laminated?
When you think of wooden flooring for your home, you are often not thinking about real wooden boards. Instead, you are probably imagining engineered or laminate flooring.
Hardwood is made from a whole piece of wood straight down from the tree, while engineered wood is made from a number of thin wooden layers, bonded together to create the board.
Choosing the right finish
Along with the type of wood flooring that you choose, you will also have to look at the finish on the boards.
Wooden floors are improved with finishes, but you could choose to leave it bare if you don’t want the effort of finishing. Oiled finishes tend to provide matt tones to your wood, while lacquered finishes have a sheen to them which makes them easier to maintain.
Frequently Asked Questions
Timber flooring offers a wide range of benefits including style, durability, increased resale value and low maintenance. Installing timber flooring is an investment in the future of your property!
Floating timber flooring refers to floors that have not been nailed or glued to the subfloor, but instead laid on an underlay that provides noise insulation.
Yes, generally speaking, timber is more expensive than tiles. However, timber will tend to last longer and stay in style in a way that tiles simply can’t.