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Wood species and environmentally friendly flooring

By Kevin G on March 14, 2014

There are many options for flooring and our customers have different preferences.  We deal with various manufacturers of wooden flooring including Woodpecker, Khars and Pergo. When thinking about your wood flooring colour and finish options there are a number of wood species to consider. Also, you may choose to look at the flooring materials workability, usage dimension specifications, finished floor appearance, durability, stability and workability. The Reactive Interiors team are knowledgeable and experienced wooden flooring specialists and understand the principal uses of various popular grades of hardwood flooring. We have completed many sand and seal wooden flooring projects and some of these have used classic solid oak flooring. This is a domestic species and one of the hardiest timbers that provides beautiful and long lasting natural, environmentally friendly flooring product. There are many types of hard wood known as angiosperms and monocotyledons such as Ash (Fraxinus), Cherry (Prunus) and Corkwood (Leitneria floridana) Also, one of the soft woods from the conifers family commonly used in the timber and lumber trade is Pine (Pinus)

The following are some of the wood species that exist, ash, bamboo, beech, cabreuva, cherry, cork, cumaru, ebony, eucalyptus, hickory, jatoba, kempas, lapacho, mahogany, maple, merbau, oak, pine, purpleheart, teak, tigrewood, walnut, wenge, zebrano.

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