Monday, 9 June 2014

A new Tasmainian oak floor in Caulfield North.

I had the oppertunity to lay,sand and finish 220 m2 of Tassie oak flooring in Caulfield North for LBA Constructions earlier this year. The owners of the house had the floors specially milled to 65/14mm. Being a very narrow flooring it took a while to lay, but the result is great.
The floor was fully glued and secret nailed. The floors was laid and then left for other trades to finish, except for the scirting boards wich was installed after the floors was totally finished. I did several colour samples direct on the floor  for the owners to see. They decided on a ebony/ natural mix. I used Bona Dri Fast direct stain first and then Bona traffic HD Extra Matt finish. Here are some photos from the job.



































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  3. Nice wood floors! I have decided using wood tiles at home at it turns great plus it's a lot easier to clean. For my garage, I applied epoxy flooring for stain-free.

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