Solid Jarrah

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Quick Overview

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Product Code:
Eucalyptus Marginata
Reds
Natural/Australiana/Classic
8.5kN
Class 2
820kg/m³
17.95kg
Random Lengths of 0.75m~6m
80x19mm
130x19mm
HWJARR

Availability: In stock

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  • Product Description

Species

Jarrah is a sought after Western Australian timber. The timber is relatively hardy but the greater appeal is its aesthetic beauty. Jarrah is known around the world for its light to deep reds which can soften to a burgundy over time. Jarrah can be difficult to source due to high demand and strict sustainable forestry policies.

Variation disclaimer

Timber is a natural material. Variation in appearance and properties is an enticing part of designing and building with real timber! Each fibre in each plank in each project is uniquely designed by nature. We strive in good faith to present you with the most accurate portrayal of what you can expect in your timber by using images, past job portfolios, detailed information and samples, the other part of this responsibility is advising you that your timber's appearance WILL vary from these guides. Please use this information as a guide only.

Manufacturer

Auswest timbers is located in Western Australia and specialises in the popular local timber species including Jarrah and Karri. They have been operating for 20 years and have grown into 6 facilities producing high quality timber.

Board type

19mm Solid strip timber floors are one of the most tried and true floor types available.


• Kiln dried
• Precision milled with a secret nail tongue & groove, end matched joint system and warp grooves on the underside
• Continuous solid timber through the entire thickness of the board with a ~5mm wear segment on top
• Backsawn timber

Grades

Timber has many natural features that tell the story of the living tree. The features seen in Jarrah are:
• Gum Veins & gum pockets
• Insect trails
• Knots
• Surface checking
• Burrs (aka burls)
This product is available in the following grades:
Select grade; is mostly clean boards with minimal natural features. Select grade gives a more uniform, clean, sophisticated and minimal appearance. Select grade can be thought of as the top third cleanest timber and is equivalent to a 'classic grade'.
Accent grade; offers a moderate amount of natural features. Accent grade shows off the more natural side of a timber species while not being too busy. Accent grade can be thought of as the in-between third cleanest timber and is equivalent to an 'australiana', 'standard grade' or 'medium feature grade'.

Installation summary

19mm solid strip floorboards are typically suitable for gluing and nailing over joist, battens, plywood, particleboard, or existing timber floors. They come in a raw state and need to be sanded and finished after installation. THIS IS NOT A DIY FRIENDLY PRODUCT, only an experienced installer and sander or a very experienced carpenter should attempt the installation of solid timber floorboards.

Sustainability

Timber is a truly renewable resource, a mature tree is harvested, a young tree grows in its place and a few decades later is ready for harvesting again. Australia's vast forests are carefully, conservatively managed to ensure a responsible amount of wood is harvested. Timber uses a relatively small amount of energy during processing compared to other building materials like metals and concrete, the timber itself is a carbon storer and has a long working life.