New England Blackbutt

New England Blackbutt owes its name to the tree's appearance after bushfires, when the base of the trunk - or butt - is charred and blackened. Sourced from the highlands of northern NSW, New England Blackbutt is a fast-growing, versatile hardwood species with colour ranging from golden yellow to pale brown, and occasionally including pinkish overtones. The timber has an even texture and generally straight grain, making it very well suited for interior use applications. As its name suggests, Blackbutt is fire resistant, and is one of seven hardwood timber species that accepted by the Building Commission in Victoria for home construction in bushfire areas.

Placeholder

Solid Flooring

New England Blackbutt


Profile
Tongue and Groove
Width
80mm Secret Nail | 130mm Top Nail
Length
1100mm - 4800mm
Thickness
19mm
Treatment
Lyctus Borer treated where applicable
Grade
Select | Standard | Feature
Finish
Raw board
Janka Hardness
9.2Kn
Construction
Solid Hardwood