Species: Eucalyptus marginata
100% Real Jarrah Flooring From Top To Bottom
Jarrah flooring is a Western Australian treasure appreciated all over the world for it’s look and durability.
- Good resistance to fire
- Very hard-wearing
- Great for high traffic areas
Jarrah is used in fine-looking furniture and joinery, paneling and flooring. In the past, you would find Jarrah making up wharf’s and bridges, and also in many construction areas, to make railway sleepers, poles and piles. In the nineteenth century, it was widely used for rich red cobbles. Learn more about Jarrah flooring from the forest product commission of Western Australia.
All our Jarrah timber floorboards are made of 100% Real Timber… no cheap substitutes
Have peace of mind that your Jarrah flooring will last a lifetime
Our engineered technology utilises the whole Jarrah tree
Features of Lifewood Jarrah flooring …
New Jarrah flooring is typically a lighter variation to older Jarrah, ranging from light red or brown to darker browns with a rose, red colour. Each is hand selected for consistency..
Timber hardness is measured in a Janka rating, and each species of timber is given a rating. The higher the kN number, the greater the hardness. Jarrah has a rating of 8.5kN.
Floorboard thickness 15mm Floorboard width 130 – 180mm Floorboard length 1820 – 2100mm Stair nosing length 1800mm Splay beading length 1800mm