Solid Timber Flooring
19mm Solid Tongue & Groove
This flooring is the most commonly used and versatile type of flooring and is classed as a structural product and therefore can go over:
- Bearers and joists
- Concrete slab
- Sheet flooring such as plywood or particleboard
- Existing strip timber floors
- Special orders made on request
Solid strip timber ﬂooring (sometimes referred to as ‘tongue and groove’) is ﬁxed to sheet subﬂoors of particleboard or plywood over joists or battens or direct onto a concrete slab. The traditional timber ﬂoor is renowned for its strength, durability and character. Throughout its life, solid strip timber ﬂooring can be rejuvenated to near new condition by sanding and re-ﬁnishing. It is ideal for new houses or to match existing ﬂoors in renovations and can be top (face) nailed, secretly ﬁxed or glued to concrete slabs.
This flooring is a non structural timber floor which is designed to be installed over a subfloor that is structurally sound (cannot go directly over joists or battens)
- Concrete slab
- Sheet flooring such as plywood or particleboard (all profiles)
- Existing strip timber floors (all profiles)
- 80mm x 14mm
- 130mm x14mm
- 180mm x 14mm
- 80mm x 13mm
- 80mm x 12mm
- 80mm x 10mm
Overlay solid strip flooring has been designed for those who love the style and warmth of a solid timber floor, but don’t have the traditional bearers and joists subfloor structure. Overlay is designed to be glued down directly over concrete (80mm width only), existing timber, plywood or particle board.
Note: The availability of some species is state specific and not all species are available in all sizes and grades.