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- Timber Flooring Options | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Flooring Options Monaro Timber & Joinery are the timber flooring specialists in the Greater Canberra & Sydney region. We supply nearly thirty species which come in multiple widths, thicknesses and grades. This also includes engineered flooring which is a great alternative to solid timber. We also stock sub-floor material including plywood, underlay, bearers and joists as well as the adhesives . Click below for more information. Hurfords Silvertop Stringybark Solid Timber Flooring Hurfords Natural Elegant Oak Engineered Flooring
- Timber Flooring Canberra | Monaro Timber & Joinery | Queanbeyan West
Monaro Timber & Joinery "We Do Almost Anything In Timber" Call Message To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. About Us Who We Are Monaro Timber & Joinery is a second generation, family owned and operated business located in Queanbeyan West, NSW. We have been in the timber industry since 2002 and pride ourselves on our customer service, knowledge and ability to provide products tailored to your needs. Monaro Timber & Joinery specialises in almost everything timber, from your new kitchen bench top to the entire floor at the National Portrait Gallery of Australia. You can find examples of our work in many well known sites around Canberra, including the Australian War Memorial, Canberra Airport, Shaw Wines Vineyard and Pialligo Estate. Flooring Joinery Timber Decking Workshop Gallery Opening Hours Come and visit our showroom! Mon - Fri: 8am - 4.30pm Sat & Sun: Closed
- Engineered Timber Flooring | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Engineered Timber Flooring Our team can now offer a supply and install package to make your flooring journey that much easier. We carry a wide variety of engineered flooring in multiple species, sizes and finishes. For more product information see our data sheets below. Alternatively, if you'd like a quote, please complete the form below or give us a call on (02)62806467 . Adhesives and Coatings Engineered Oak Brochure Species recommended for flooring: White Oak - American Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors & flooring Brushbox Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors & flooring Jarrah Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking & flooring Vic Ash / Tas. Oak Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors & flooring Blue Gum Suitable for joinery, treads. bench tops, doors, decking & flooring Grey Ironbark Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking, flooring & cladding Blackbutt Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking, flooring & cladding Spotted Gum - NSW Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking, flooring & cladding Roasted Peat Suitable for flooring Overlay Flooring Brochure Data Sheets General Flooring Data Hurfords Installation Guide Expectations for Completed Floors Before & After Information Permissable Feature in Hardwood Get a Quote Board Size 130 x 14 180 x 14 Other Grade Select Standard Other Delivery Required? Yes - Canberra No - Pick Up Yes - Regional Species Blackbutt Spotted Gum Ironbark Brushbox Silvertop Stringybark American Oak Other Herringbone Raw Oak Parquetry Installation Required? Yes No Submit Thanks for submitting!
- Blue Gum | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Sydney Blue Gum Sydney Blue Gum is an important general construction timber, particularly in New South Wales. It is widely used for flooring, cladding, fencing, paneling and boat building. Other common applications include landscaping (as garden sleepers), furniture and joinery. The heartwood of the species ranges in colour from dark pink to a reddish brown. Sapwood is distinctly paler. The grain of Sydney blue gum timber is typically straight, with occasional interlocking of grain. Texture is moderately coarse and gum veins are common. Sydney blue gum is a moderately durable timber with a life expectancy for in-ground applications of between eight and 15 years. Untreated sapwood is susceptible to Lyctid borer attack. Recommended uses: flooring, cladding, fencing, panelling and boat building, furniture and joinery
- Grey Gum | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Grey Gum Grey gum is a medium-sized hardwood tree growing up to 40 metres in height and one metre in stem diameter. Varieties of grey gum occur along the east coast of Australia, from the Hawkesbury River in New South Wales as far north as Maryborough, and inland to the Carnarvon Ranges and Blackdown Tablelands in Queensland. The heartwood of this species is a red to reddish-brown colour, visually distinct from the paler sapwood. Grain is usually interlocked, with a coarse but even texture. Grey gum is similar in general appearance to the ironbarks, but often marked by characteristic grub holes. Grey gum timber is extremely durable, with an in-ground life expectancy in excess of 25 years. For aboveground applications, life expectancy exceeds 40 years. Grey gum heartwood is termite-resistant, and untreated sapwood is not susceptible to lyctid borer attack. Grey gum sapwood is readily impregnated with commercially available preservatives Recommended uses: Grey gum is widely used in heavy engineering and marine construction, where it is found as poles, piles, railway sleepers, cross-arms and mining timbers. In general construction it is used for building framework, flooring and decking. Grey gum is also extensively used in landscaping and boat building. It is renowned for making quality butcher’s blocks for both commercial and domestic use.
- Victorian Ash / Tasmainan Oak | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Victorian Ash / Tasmanian Oak Victorian ash is the trade name for two of the tallest hardwood species in the world. This Australian hardwood takes its name from the fact that it grows in the alpine areas of Victoria, It can refer to either mountain ash or alpine ash and as these species are species segregated in Victoria it is marketed under the trade nameVictorian ash, it is important to note that the proportions of each species can vary considerably but Victorian mountain ash and alpine ash are very similar in characteristics and look. Victorian ash timber usually has a straight grain but may also produce fiddleback markings and have visible gum veins. It has a course texture. The heartwood ranges from pale pink to yellowish brown and a walnut colour can be achieved by steaming with ammonia. The heartwood is often indistinguishable in colour from the softwood. Recommended uses: Victorian ash can be used for protected structural applications, such as high strength seasoned structural F17 timber framing, but it is best suited to indoor appearance applications and furniture due its low to moderate durability, its excellent working properties and its consistency in colour. Flooring, panelling, mouldings, staircases, handrails, balusters, cupboards, bench tops and high value joinery, windows and furniture are some of its more common applications - although it is also used for agricultural implements, oars, cooperage, boxes, crates, paper pulp and in the manufacture of plywood.
- Grey Ironbark | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Grey Ironbark It is a particularly hard, strong and durable timber, with a broad range of applications, due to its resistance to lyctid borers and termites. The timber's appearance ranges from reddish to dark brown heartwood. The sapwood is lighter in colour and is 20mm thick on average. Grain is usually tight and straight and no distinctive figure is encountered. Recommended uses: Due to its class 1 strength and durability ratings, grey ironbark is commonly used in engineering applications as a sawn and round timber. It can be specified for wharf and bridge construction, railway sleepers, cross arms, poles, piles and mining timbers. The unseasoned timber is excellent for general house framing, while seasoned and dressed grey ironbark timber is used for cladding, internal and external flooring, linings and joinery. It is also ideal for fencing, landscaping and retaining wall fun fact: Indigenous Australians use it to make spear throwers and boil its bark for treating sores.
- Southern Beech | Monaro Timber & Joinery
- Joinery Timber | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Joinery Timber We stock a vast variety of timbers from all around the world with our most popular species being Australian hardwoods & American Timbers. Most species are available in 25, 38 and 50mm sawn thicknesses with some species available in 75mm & 100mm. Widths vary from 30mm up to 300mm + and increase by 10mm increments so for an accurate quote, please fill out the form below. Our joinery timbers are stored as rough sawn boards, however we offer dressing, sanding and machining services as listed on our machining page . Recycled Timber Options Cambia Suitable for Joinery , bench tops, doors & treads American Walnut Suitable for joinery, flooring, bench tops,& doors White Oak - American Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors & flooring Cypress Flooring Display Suitable for decking, flooring, cladding, joinery Western Red Cedar Suitable for joinery & cladding Huon Pine Suitable for joinery Jelutong Suitable for joinery Silver Ash - QLD Suitable for joinery Sapele Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops & doors Sheoak Suitable for joinery Hoop Pine Suitable for joinery Red Gum Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, flooring & decking Silky Oak - QLD Suitable for joinery Brushbox Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors & flooring Rosewood - New Guinea Suitable for joinery, bench tops & doors Rock Maple - American Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors & flooring Jarrah Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking & flooring Vic Ash / Tas. Oak Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors & flooring Blue Gum Suitable for joinery, treads. bench tops, doors, decking & flooring Grey Ironbark Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking, flooring & cladding Blackbutt Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking, flooring & cladding Blackwood - Tasmanian Suitable for joinery, bench tops & doors Turpentine Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, door & flooring Spotted Gum - NSW Suitable for joinery, treads, bench tops, doors, decking, flooring & cladding Species available: Victorian Ash - Stained Round Hand Rails Jarrah Individual Seat Slats - Spotted Gum American White Oak American White Oak Installed Seat Slats - Spotted Gum Cambia - Toasted American Ash Bench Seat - Spotted Gum Blackbutt Spotted Gum Blackbutt Letter Box Housing - American White Oak Studio Black Powder Room Studio Black In Victorian Ash - Stained Round Hand Rails Jarrah Individual Seat Slats - Spotted Gum American White Oak American White Oak Installed Seat Slats - Spotted Gum Cambia - Toasted American Ash Bench Seat - Spotted Gum Blackbutt Spotted Gum Blackbutt Letter Box Housing - American White Oak Studio Black Powder Room Studio Black In Victorian Ash - Stained Round Hand Rails Jarrah Individual Seat Slats - Spotted Gum American White Oak American White Oak Installed Seat Slats - Spotted Gum Cambia - Toasted American Ash Bench Seat - Spotted Gum Blackbutt Spotted Gum Blackbutt Letter Box Housing - American White Oak Studio Black Powder Room Studio Black In Get a Quote Select a Species Submit Thanks for submitting!
- Contact | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Contact us 16-20 Kealman Rd, Queanbeyan West NSW 2620, Australia email@example.com (02)62806467 We are open from Monday - Friday, 8am - 4.30pm Showroom consultations are available on Saturdays by appointment only. Submit Thanks for submitting!
- Silvertop Stringybark | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Silvertop Stringy Silvertop stringybark - named for the grey, fibrous bark extending to the species' upper limbs, which by contrast are whitish and smooth - can attain heights of up to 40 metres. It occurs natively on the coastal fall of tablelands, mainly in northern New South Wales. The heartwood of this species is a pale brown colour, sometimes with pinkish hues. Its sapwood, up to 50 millimetres in width, is visually indistinct from the true wood. The grain of silvertop stringybark is typically close and straight, with a medium and even texture, relatively free of gum veins. Silvertop stringybark is a hard timber (rated 2 on a 6-class scale) in relation to both indentation and working with hand tools. It is readily worked by machine, and amenable to the use of standard fittings and fastenings. Recommended uses : Common applications range from preservative-treated posts, poles, and sleepers to building framework, decking and flooring. Silvertop stringybark readily accepts paint, stains and polish. Because it glues well with phenolics, timber from this species has a potential for application in structural plywood and glue-laminated members.
- Huon Pine | Monaro Timber & Joinery
Huon Pine Huon pine trees grow very slowly requiring about five hundred years to reach the size at which the trunk could be sawn into timber. Huon pine timber is pale coloured from light straw to rich golden however fresh wood surfaces darken after contact with air and sunlight. It is a light, soft and very fine textured wood which is very easy to saw, chisel, plane, turn or sand. Timber quality ranges from straight grained to figured including birds eye effect. Because the wood is naturally very durable logs can weather to silver-grey in situ but remain sound inside a five mm skin for hundreds of years.