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Jarrah Wood Flooring

Jarrahs colour ranges from a light red or brown to a darker brick red; tends to darken with exposure to light its thin sapwood is a pale yellow to pink, its grain tends to be interlocked or wavy with a medium to coarse texture.

Some boards/planks can contain gum pockets or streaks as a naturally-occurring defect Jarrah can also exhibit a curly figure. Jarrah is also know as Australian Mahogany

Because of its great durability and common occurrence, Jarrah has a vibrant red colour and high density add to its marketability for use as a flooring material. Jarrah burl is also prized among woodturners, with its tight knots, swirling grain, and rich colours giving an aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Maples & Birch ethically only sell Jarrah that is milled from trees sourced from sustainable ethical farmed forests which are regulated by ethical environmental groups/bodies that govern the planets valuable environmental forests.

Jarrah is a species that is uniquely associated as Australian hardwood that is renowned for its versatility, also known as Australian Mahogany with its tropical name ‘Eucalyptus Marginata’.

Jarrah is durable with good strength making it ideal for various structural and design applications, as a timber it displays colours ranging from deep red to blonde.

As a tree Jarrah grows on the iron-aluminium rich plains of Western Australia, from ranges of East-Perth down to Albany. Being a slow growing tree, the roots often reach great depths in search of nutrients and water. With long straight trunks it can grow up to 40 metres tall and 2 metres in diameter thus creating a beautiful colour niche grain.

As the bark is rough with a fibrous texture that covers the entire trunk allowing the tree not to germinate from seed, but from lignatubers, large underground swellings that store energy and nutrients, allowing young trees to regenerate after bushfires.

It is claimed that Jarrah reflects the hues of the Western Australian landscape with heartwood that will vary in colour from rich reds to browns, while sapwood ranges from a pale yellow to orange.

As timber the texture is moderately coarse with an even-textured grain with some interlocked, wavy grain may feature, creating interesting fiddle-back figure. A great appeal architecturally

Jarrah's decorative qualities make it prized for use in furniture, turnery, joinery and parquetry, so as a hardwood floor Jarrah is a great choice for its deep colour and grain.

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3 Strip Jarrah (Australian Mahogany) Engineered Hardwood

3 Strip Jarrah (Australian Mahogany) Engineered Hardwood

£79.34 per m2 ex VAT £95.20 per m2 inc VAT

The MET030 Jarrah (Australian Mahogany) 3 Strip is an old classic wood floor with a hint of the days of traditional parquet in an engineered format with a Clic fitting system, Beech is both durable and enhanced by its neutral grain and character with colour and grade variance. With a hint of parquet strip floor the Jarrah hardwood engineered 3 Strip plank is a contempory hardwood floor but in classic species of Beecg which is light but rich and looks great in rooms that need to be bright and clean, a quality 3 Strip plank and a Lifetime Structural Guarantee.   Lacquered  Square Edged Natual Grade Click System 3.4mm Solid Jarrah Wear Layer 15mm x 200mm x 2423mm 2.91m2 coverage per pack SPECIAL ORDER 3-4 Weeks ..

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