A fully natural and renewable product available in a variety of Australian species, Boral Timber’s Mountain Range continues to be a popular choice for architects and specifiers.
The Mountain Range is a durable and versatile hardwood timber flooring range with aesthetic appeal for houses, apartments and commercial spaces.
Consisting of New England Oak, Messmate, Australian Beech, Stringybark and Flooded Gum species, the Mountain Range colour hues range from light creams and yellows to light reds and honey browns.
The Mountain Range is available in three different grades — a clean, subtle featured grade (Classic), a moderately featured grade with popular variations (Australiana), or a highly featured grade (Natural) and in a solid 19 mm or 13 mm thickness.
The 19 mm thick product is nailed down onto bearers and joists or to battens on concrete. The 13 mm thick boards are glued down directly over concrete, existing timber, plywood or particleboard flooring.
In addition to the aesthetic and functional features of Boral Timber’s hardwood range, architects can also be assured of the products’ sustainability.
Recently achieving Australian Forestry Standard (AFS) Chain of Custody certification for its hardwood product range, those using the company’s hardwoods are supporting sustainably managed timber harvesting and timber processing. This is vital for the long-term future of Australia’s forestry and wood product resources.
Boral Timber sources the bulk of its hardwoods from AFS certified forests — the only forest certification to meet Australian Standard AS 4708-2007.