Timber species: Red Ironbark
Red Ironbark – is a eucalyptus tree and is found from Victoria through the western slopes of NSW into southern Queensland. It is highly durable Australian hardwood with Janka hardness rating of 14. It is mainly used in heavy construction, engineering and flooring industry. Red Ironbark is suitable material for a wide range of exterior application. Heartwood appearance ranges from deep dark red to red-brown while sapwood is distinctive pale yellow in color. Red Ironbark tree texture has fine and even interlocking grain. It is a termite resistant timber and heartwood class 1 durability above the ground. It has been preferred structural timber option for more then 200 years, due to its long term durability in weather exposed applications.
If you are looking for reddish color, strong, durable and termite resistant flooring then Red Ironbark may be your best option. Call us today to order your Red Ironbark flooring!