We offer a wide range of solid timber flooring, engineering timber flooring, laminate flooring, SPC hybrid laminate flooring, WPC hybrid laminate flooring, and accessories. Our solid timber flooring selection includes local and overseas species. Just to name some of the most popular local species like Blackbutt, Spotted Gum, Tallowwood and oversees species like European White Oak, American Walnut. We can supply a wide range of most trusted name engineering flooring like Preference floors or Resistance floors. If you are looking alternative more economical flooring solution we can offer a wide range of laminate or hybrid floorings too.
The use of traditional solid timber flooring has been around the world for ages. Solid timber floors will provide to your house not just better insulation, but also a very unique warm feeling. Solid timber is available in a variety of sizes and grades. JU flooring goal is to satisfy any customer with solid timber flooring needs.
Engineered flooring is made by combining multiple cross-ply constructions with solid timber veneer. Hardwood veneer can be of various thicknesses and species. Stability or resistance to moisture fluctuations is the biggest engineering flooring advantage. All engineering flooring is designed to be resourced efficiently using up to 2/3 less hardwood than conventional solid timber floors. Call us for your next engineering flooring project.
Laminate flooring is constructed of high-density fiberboard, which makes it very high in wear & scratch resistance. Laminate flooring comprises a number of layers. The decor layer is a photograph of real wood which is printed on paper. This paper is impregnated with a melamine resin. On top of this, there comes a very strong transparent protective layer. Laminated flooring can be installed over concrete, tiles, and timber sub-floors.
Hybrid floors are built to last the test of time. It is constructed with SPC (Stone Plastic Composite) or WPC (Wood Plastic Composite) waterproof core which is stable, strong, and solid. The top layer of hybrid flooring consists of the Decor layer, then the wear layer which is most of the time 0.55mm thick, and finally ceramic bead coating finish. All of the hybrid floorings come with acoustic backing, which makes them a perfect choice for apartments and multi-level homes. Hybrid flooring can be installed in wet areas, such as bathrooms and laundries too since it is highly water resistant. Realistic timber embossing, designed to replicate the natural pattern of the timber grain, makes it impossible to differentiate hybrid floors from real timber flooring. You can choose a stunning hybrid floor design, that feels and looks just like a real timber floor. Matching accessories like stair nosing, scotia, and C or T channels are available with most of the hybrid flooring. Hybrid flooring can be installed over the concrete floor, timber floor, tile floor, or vinyl floor. Come and visit the JU Flooring showroom to choose your best hybrid flooring.
Parquet is a system of timber flooring that comprises small blocks of timber, laid in one or more of a variety of patterns from simple blocks to highly intricate basket weaves. The range of patterns available is almost limitless and may be further enhanced by mixing various species or introducing contrasting borders. Inlays of other materials such as granite, ceramic tiles, etc., can also be incorporated.
As the name suggests, this type of hardwood floor already has the finishing applied on one side of the plank. This makes installing the floorboards more economical since you no longer have to sand and finish them. To purchase this type of solid timber floor will cost more than unfinished, but it will be cheaper to install it since your timber flooring no longer requires a sanding and finishing process.
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