Classic Solid Wood Flooring & Decking
Each piece of solid wood flooring is originally made from tree after kiln dry process and moulding process.
Each piece of solid wood flooring is valuable depend on species of wood, timber classification, wood colors, wood grains, durable levels and width, thick and length. You may feel the comfortable and durable of solid wood flooring with your own feet step on its surface. The original wood colors and wood grains of solid wood flooring to make your house look much more luxury and classic.
Merbau is a beautiful timber suitable for many purposes. Under timber classification, it is a heavy hardwoods.
Merbau also a coarse-textured, yellowish to orange-brown when fresh, darkening to dark red-brown upon exposure.
It is very suitable used for indoor premium flooring.
Kempas is a medium hardwoods under timber classification.
It is a very popular timber for indoor flooring when beautiful and classic surface.
Not only for flooring, it can also be used outdoor for heavy construction after treated with wood preservatives.
Nyatoh is a light hardwoods under timber classification.
It is a very popular timber for staircase board and staircase components with a very light colour that make your stairs shiny and tidy.
A high class decorative interior finishing such as panelling and partitioning.
Kapur is a medium hardwoods under timber classification.
It is a popular timber for outdoor decking under the roof protection with a very reddish brown colour and easy to maintain.
Also the wood used as railway sleepers when treated with preservative.
YELLOW BALAU WOOD
Yellow balau is a heavy hardwoods under timber classification.
It is extremely durable and can also be used in humid conditions and suited for heavy construction.
It is often used for outdoor decking or parquet flooring because of its beautiful appearance.
RED BALAU WOOD
Red Balau is a heavy hardwoods under timber classification.
It is less durable than yellow balau, although is also a heavy hardwoods.
It is also suitable for parquet flooring because of its classic colour.
Chengal is a heavy hardwoods under timber classification.
It is extremely durable and a high quality woods that not easy bending under humid or dry conditions.
It is often used for outdoor decking because of its strength grouping no.1.
Sapele is a medium hardwoods under timber classification.
Sapele is a popular and viable alternative to Mahogany. With its reddish-brown colour variations and interlocking grain patterns Sapele wood flooring will make any room in your home feel warm and inviting.
In Germany, Sapele is the “go-to” choice for high-end flooring, doors, and window frames, as well as for surface veneers for cabinets and bookcases.