We work closely with all of our customers right through the whole project from the initial stages of selecting the type of timber floors, right through to the final stages of floor sanding and coating. Having installed new timber floors right throughout Victoria we can offer our clients a huge range of timber selections including, Jarrah, Blackbutt, Spotted Gum, Tasmania Oak, European Oak and Iron Bark… etc.
Not only do we pride ourselves in our selection of new hardwood timber flooring but also in our dedication to service. When you new timber floor is installed by PJ Diamond Floors you will receive nothing short of a fantastic looking new floor and great customer service.
Solid Timber Flooring remains to be a popular choice for interior design. Strip flooring or tongue and groove hardwood floorboards are one of the most traditional styles of timber flooring. Hardwood floorboards come in many sizes, widths and thicknesses that can be top nailed to flooring joists or secret nailed, or the more modern day application of directly glued to your concrete floor base (overlay timber flooring).
Solid Timber Parquetry Floors has a timeless elegance that adds an extra touch of prestige to any home. A Parquetry Floor installed correctly will last a lifetime, it’s durability is second to none. With many parquetry patterns such as Herringbone, Basket weave, Heritage and Standard Brick Bone and more on your needs. Parquetry and Strip Timber Flooring can be polished with a choice of many different coatings such as tung oil or water based finishes, high gloss polyurethane, stains, matt and satin applications also.
A floating floor does not need to be nailed or glued to the subfloor. Though floating floor refers to the installation method, it is often used in reference with laminate flooring in a domestic context. By word it refers to floor but it is used to reduce noise or vibration. A domestic floating floor might be constructed over a subfloor or even over an existing floor.
Laminate flooring is an alternative to traditional timber flooring options; it is made up of synthetic material and is highly durable and realistic in appearance to hardwood floors.