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SANDING & POLISHING

Dust has always been a problem in the sanding industry.

We use the latest dust free machines that exists in the industry. Our dust collection bags are double stitched, but you could still expect a very small amount of dust because dust bags need to breathe.

We suggest sealing cupboards if possible before we start the job. We will try to remove dust by vacuuming and dusting window sills so it does not cause problem during drying time of the coat.

Floor sanding and polishing is a great way to enhance the look of your floor. It is stylish and suits any styles of home. Sanding and Polishing also increases the floor's durability,

Solid Hardwood Timber Flooring

For generations, the distinctive beauty of solid hardwood timber flooring has brought warmth and elegance to Australian homes. Solid timber flooring is extremely durable, lasting 20 years and beyond because it can be re-sanded and polished many times to preserve its beautiful appearance.

With its timeless contemporary look and ability to withstand the toughest conditions, solid timber flooring is a smart long-term investment for all homes. We offer two types of solid hardwood timber flooring - tongue & groove hardwood timber and solid timber overlay.

Tongue and Groove Hardwood Timber Flooring
Tongue and groove refers to the traditional method in which solid timber boards are laid in an interlocked fashion. This type of flooring is available in 19mm thick strips with varying widths, including 60mm, 80mm and 130mm, and random lengths between 900mm to 5400mm.

Depending on your preference, we use one of two nailing techniques. The first and traditional way is ‘top nail’ where nail heads are visible in the flooring. The second and modern way is the ‘secret nail’ technique where nails are invisible, leaving you with a stylish and unblemished finish.

Solid Timber Overlay Flooring
Solid timber overlay flooring is timber all the way through and offers the same advantages as the traditional tongue and groove flooring. The main difference is that it comes in a thickness of 12mm or 13mm instead of 19mm, meaning it is ideal where space is at a premium such as in an apartment or where a subfloor such as a concrete slab is already present.

The same nailing techniques used for tongue and groove can be used.

 

Floating floor

Floating floors aren’t nailed down like conventional floorboards.
Floating floors are laid over an existing timber floor, concrete, tiles, particle board, plywood, etc. An underlay is placed underneath the floor to provide good noise insulation. This makes them ideal for use in multi-storey apartment buildings and homes.
Floating floors can be either timber or laminate. 
       The timber floors consist of a layer of hardwood that has been glued to a high density fibreboard/s. They are manufactured pre-coated or can be coated upon installation. The advantage of using a real timber floating floor is that it can be sanded and refinished if necessary. 
        Laminate floating floors use laminate to create a timber finish effect. Laminate floors are lower maintenance than real timber floating floors.

Parquetry

Parquetry is a number of precision milled wood pieces laid to produce stunning patterns and elegant geometric designs. There are many patterns to choose from or you can use your own imagination to create your own custom design. Parquetry comes in two different styles: Mosaic and Block parquetry.

The traditional mosaic style of parquetry is where small individual fingers of timber are arranged in different designs and comes in the form of small panels. Block parquetry is created by using bigger blocks of timber and can be laid in any pattern using contrasting or similar blocks. Parquetry blocks range in size from 260x65x18mm to 340x85x18mm and can be manufactured in larger blocks such as 400 to 450mm long.

Parquetry is glued down over a solid, flat sub-floor such as concrete, plywood, or particleboard or over old timber floors. It is extremely durable, easy to maintain and can be restored to as new condition be re-sanding and finishing.

Installation of your parquetry of choice can be performed by our master craftsmen. Please contact us for a quote and for design patterns.