Our solid hardwood range is available in 130 x 19mm and 180 x 19mm. both reclaimed and new. Our engineered flooring is available in 134 x 14mm and 186 x 14mm. Free samples available.

Engineered flooring

We have exclusive rights to Pentarchs (Ex Boral) range of exquisite engineered flooring. Engineered flooring envelopes the earthy beauty of timber flooring and contemporary aesthetics of precious metals, creating a synergy that is truly decadent. With click lock installation, metallon XL™ seamlessly integrates into your space. Pre-finishing minimises the extra work required and allows for versatility with its ability to be sanded back to reveal a more natural blackbutt finish.

Available in two modern widths of 186mm and 134mm x 14mm thick plus 7 options to chose from.  We also have access to Parquet / Herringbone flooring – Click here for Pentarch’s full range of engineered flooring options.

Engineered Flooring Options

Flooring – Engineered / Solid

Aztec White

Flooring – Engineered / Solid

Copper Blackbutt

Flooring – Engineered / Solid


Flooring – Engineered / Solid


Flooring – Engineered / Solid


Flooring – Engineered / Solid


Flooring – Engineered / Solid

Spotted gum

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Precision-milled from sustainable or reclaimed timber, our timber flooring is versatile enough to be installed over any existing substrate floor, directly onto your concrete slab, or ply. Standard solid hardwood profiles include 180 x 19mm, 130mm x 19mm, or 80mm x 19mm.

We offer a variety of timber species for flooring, such as Blackbutt, Tallowwood, Spotted Gum, Grey or Red Iron Bark. If you’d like a sample, please inform us, and we’ll gladly send one to you at no cost.

It’s important to note that we are supply only when it comes to solid hardwood flooring and collaborate with specialists like Wanaka Floors for installation. Seeking professional advice before laying your floor is crucial, particularly regarding moisture levels in the hardwood floor. Ideally, the timber must be acclimatised to the finished environment before installation. Once the installation process begins, the floor becomes the responsibility of the installer, who in turn assumes full ownership of the finished product.

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