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Why Hardwood Flooring is so Popular in Brisbane

Popular Hardwood Flooring In Brisbane

There are a lot of other materials on the market, but hardwood flooring is still a very popular choice in the Brisbane area. So, why is hardwood flooring so popular among your Brisbane neighbours? Keep reading. Benefits of Hardwood Flooring

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Selecting Your Timber Flooring

Selecting Timber Flooring

Timber flooring is a perfect complement to the natural decor of many Brisbane homes. At Narangba Timbers, we go to great lengths to provide you with a plethora of choices while providing you with all of the information you need

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Timber Flooring: an Overview

Timber Flooring Overview

If you are looking for timber flooring on the Sunshine Coast, you are not alone. We have provided a lot of hardwood flooring to homeowners in the Brisbane area. Most structural flooring is going to be hardwood flooring. We also

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Know Your Timber: Spotted Gum

Know Your Timber: Spotted Gum

Spotted Gum is another hardwood that is used for timber decking and hardwood flooring in Brisbane. Spotted Gum is actually four different species of timber, all of which grow along our east coast, from the northern part of Queensland all

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Know Your Timber: New Guinea Teak

Timber Suppliers Brisbane - New Guinea Teak

New Guinea Teak, also called Vitex, is a timber that is often used for timber decking and hardwood flooring. We have supplied a lot of New Guinea Teak to the Brisbane area over the years. Teak is very popular due

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Be Neighbour Friendly: How to Soundproof Your Hardwood Flooring

If you have hardwood flooring in your Brisbane area home, you have probably noticed that it has a tendency to transmit sound. Hardwood floors tend to reflect sound superficially, but they also transfer many of the frequencies to walls and

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