Is Blackbutt flooring for you?

Timeless, stylish and smooth underfoot, timber flooring can be your home’s most striking feature. Match it with the right décor and a couple of rugs; it will bring a cosy and inviting feel to your room all year round. When it comes to timber flooring, you need to make a choice – what type of flooring materials should you choose?

Finding the perfect timber flooring

Choosing timber flooring is great, it has a fabulous look and its hard wearing nature will be perfect for your home.When choosing which timber flooring to buy, you should consider a number of things to make sure you get the best flooring for your home and needs.

Some questions to ask

  • What kind of look do you want?
  • What colour flooring are you looking for?
  • How about durability? It’s maintenance?
  • Want the best wood flooring to purchase?

Blackbutt timber could be a good choice in flooring for you!

Blackbutt flooring

Blackbutt is a strange name but a great timber; the name came about because of the appearance of the tree after a bushfire. Due to its quick growth and versatility, blackbutt has been popularly used in South West Australia for building framework as well as for floorings.

What makes blackbutt flooring different?

Like any other hardwood, blackbutt is durable, strong and can be used for a range of structural and interior applications such as flooring. If you are wondering what sets it apart from other hardwood, read on:

Unique appearance. Blackbutt has an even texture. Its grain can be interlocked but generally, it is straight. Its colour ranges from pale brown to yellow and there are times when you see a slight pinkish colour to the timber. Gorgeous and unique!

Beautiful. Blackbutt can be stained polished or waxed but remember to do it carefully as it will determine the ultimate finish of your floor or hire a professional to do it for you.

Need a quote on your flooring timber? Contact West Coast Timbers, we are your timber specialists. We mill our own timber so you can save by buying directly from the mill, no middle man. West Coast Timbers also supply a range of different timber such as Marri, Jarrah and Tuart, some in wide boards too. Ring us to discuss your flooring needs, we offer free quotes.


Where to find timber flooring supply?

Solid wood floorboardsFor a classic look that can last a lifetime, a timber floor is perfect for your home. Warmth, unique grain pattern and that elegant look never goes out of style! Timber flooring also gives you a variety of options of colour and board width. Timber floors can be made from many different kinds of hardwood; here are 4 great Western Australian options

  • Marri
  • Tuart
  • Jarrah
  • Blackbutt

Locally grown for local conditions WA timber is the perfect choice for your home.

Timber flooring supply

Already decided to install timber flooring yourself but now where to buy?

The first step towards having a timber floor is look for a store that offers timber floor supply. When in Bunbury, contact West Coast Timbers. We offer timber solutions perfect for you, solid hardwood flooring, decking, different wood types, colours and cost. From light yellow to deep brown, we have it for you. Our timber supplies are cut and process in our own mill so rest assured that you can get the best deal for your money. Great timbers for your flooring at an affordable price!

Purchase the quantity you want

Whether you are looking for a small amount of flooring to do a repair or a whole house, at West Coast Timbers you can buy the exact quantity you want from one board to many. We have a large range of timbers so chances are we will have exactly what you are looking for.

We don’t use state forest timbers in our mill.

Where to find timber flooring supply?

West Coast Timbers is the perfect timber one stop shop for you, our timber products are of highest quality ensuring your floor will be the showcase of your home.

Looking for local grown Australian hardwood? Ring us today to discuss your needs.  We can also custom cut your timber to your specific needs. Call West Coast Timbers at Binningup just north of Bunbury today.