Timber species: Turpentine
Turpentine: is one of the most harder Australian timber species with Janka hardness reaching of 12, therefore it will provide extremely hard and durable timber flooring to your house. The most amount Turpentine tree grows along the east coast of Australia from Batement’s Bay in NSW to Cook Town in North Queensland.
Turpentine color ranges from deep red to brown red with sapwood much more paler and often creamy. The texture of flooring fine to medium with interlocking grain and it is mostly free of gum veins.
Turpentine flooring is termite resistant and extremely durable flooring. Untreated sapwood is immune to lyctid borer attack.
If you like the color appearance of Turpentine flooring, then it can not be any better timber flooring option for you!
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