Wirebrushed Blackbutt 14/3 Everfloor Engineered Hardwood

Colour: Wirebrushed Blackbutt 14/3
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About Wirebrushed Blackbutt 14/3 Everfloor Engineered Hardwood

Wirebrushed Blackbutt flooring combines one of Australia's favourite eucalyptus hardwood timbers with a wirebrushed surface. The Wirebrushed Blackbutt engineered timber floor is designed for high-impact environments. As an engineered floor, you'll find a 3mm veneer of Blackbutt timber bonded with several layers of quality plywood - making it easy to install as a floating floor, and also more stable with environmental changes in temperature and moisture.

About Everfloor Engineered Hardwood

The Everfloor wirebrushed engineered timber flooring range brings a beautiful rustic and classic look into any room. It features the best of all Australian hardwoods – spotted gum and blackbutt – and finishes it with a gorgeous wirebrush surface. The special wirebrushed surface is matt (not shiny), where you can feel the texture and grain of the wood.

With 3mm of real timber bonded to the surface, these engineered floorboards can be sanded and polished up to two times over it’s lifetime, making it a worthy long term investment.

Finish: Matte
Warranty: 25 Year Warranty
Installation Method: Floating Floor
System: Click Lock
Plank Size: 1830*135*14/3

How to DIY This Floor?

The easiest DIY floors are floating floors like this one! They click lock together and don’t need glue or nails - they're super easy to install and if you make a mistake, you can simply un-click them and redo it. Floating floors include laminate floors, hybrid floors, bamboo floors and even engineered timber (if you are after real wood).

What tools do I need to DIY this type of floor?

The most important tools are:

  • Drop Saw and / or Table Saw - to cut the floorboards and are available for $150 at most hardware stores, or you can borrow one.
  • Ruler or Set Square - to measure how much you need to cut for the end planks near the walls.
  • Pencil & Eraser - to draw the cutting lines when you reach the last planks of each row.

Other “nice-to-haves” include a DIY Flooring Kit (available at Floor venue), spirit levels, tape measures, safety equipment, and work gloves.

Pro installation tips

  • Floor Levelling - the subfloor refers to what you intend to lay the flooring directly over and is often concrete slabs, plywood, yellow tongue or even existing floorboards. Proper subfloor preparation is very important and you should:
    • Clean the subfloor
    • Check subfloor evenness (to prevent creaking and long-term joint damage)
  • Underlay - is typically a soft rubber or foam material that goes underneath the floor and provides noise protection. If you live in an apartment block, your strata may have acoustic underlay requirements that you must confirm before a project.
  • Expansion Gaps - between the floor and the walls to allow for natural expansion and shrinkage due to temperature and moisture changes. Consider:
    • Plank Width - wider planks have more expansion and should be given a slightly bigger expansion gap within the range below.
    • Environmental Moisture - if relative humidity is high, we recommend increasing the expansion gap size.

Everfloor Engineered Hardwood Category FAQs

Timber flooring with a wirebrushed finish is created when a rotary steel wire brush is used to brush the surface of the wood’s lacquer. This gives it a distressed and rustic look, helping the floors look more “antique” and “classic”. The oil used often has a matte type of finish so the floor is less reflective and more textured.

Wirebrushed timber flooring looks more rustic and can give any interior a more “traditional” and “authentic” wood look. Wirebrushed surfaces are also less reflective, meaning they are better at hiding scratches and damages that may be accumulated by hardwood floors over time. They also hide scratches in the brushes of the surfaces. Furthermore, wirebrushed surfaces are often more slip-resistant as they have a textured surface, compared to their semi-gloss or gloss counterparts.

Wirebrushed timber floors are slightly more difficult to clean beause the textured surface is more likely to trap dirt and sand. It may also be less desireable to sand and polish the floor, as you will lose the wirebrushed surface and its difficult to replicate on-site. However, wirebrushed floors are designed to look rough and scratches will only add to it’s style.

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