Installation


When choosing a timber flooring supplier, there are a few important things to look for.
  • They need to be experienced.
  • They need to have a wide range of product.
  • They need to be able to deliver on time.
  • They need to understand installation.
  • They need to back their product with a warranty and after-sales
    service.
A reputable supplier of timber flooring services should be able to deliver each of these. The team at Timberoo can certainly give you all that – and more. That’s what our many satisfied customers will tell you.
Timberoo offers the full range of timber flooring services – sourcing, supply, installation, sanding and after-sales service. So no matter what type of timber or engineered timber floor your are searching for, Timberoo can help.
With an enormous range of timber floor options in all price ranges, you can’t go wrong with Timberoo. If you’re looking for a timber supplier in Brisbane or on the Sunshine Coast, talk to the Timberoo team.
From traditional timber flooring, to engineered timber flooring, recycled timber flooring or bamboo flooring, Timberoo can help you to create the warm, stylish welcoming floor for your home. With such a wide range to choose from, Timberoo can supply the flooring you’re searching for to create the ideal look and feel for your home.
Talk to Timberoo today and ask to see samples of our many flooring options. Our experienced team can fill you in on the advantages of each style, colour and finish.

Installation System

Recommended Installation Methodology

Direct to joists.

  • Start with a dry ventilated subfloor space.

  • Builder’s plastic on ground if necessary.

  • Glued and nailed directly to joists.

  • Boards over 85mm top nailed.

  • Sanded and finished in-situ.

Direct to battens.

  • Builders plastic or moisture vapour barrier (MVB) applied to concrete.

  • Battens spiked to concrete over barrier.

  • Glued and nailed directly to battens.

  • Some products can be secret nailed up to 135mm wide.

  • Face nailing may require thicker battens.

  • Sanded and finished in-situ.

On structural sheet subfloor (plywood, particleboard or existing timber floor) over joists.

  • Start with a dry ventilated subfloor space.

  • Builder’s plastic on ground if necessary.

  • Sheet subfloor glued and nailed or if needed screwed to joists.

  • Subfloor flat, dry and clean, sanded if required.

  • Boards including wider boards may be glued and nailed through subfloor to joists.

  • Boards from some manufacturers up to 135mm wide can be secret nailed.

  • Sanded and finished in-situ.

On plywood subfloor over concrete.

  • Builder’s plastic or moisture vapour barrier (MVB) applied.

  • 12-15mm plywood spiked or adhesive fixed to the concrete.

  • Flooring glued and secret nailed to substrate.

  • Boards from some manufacturers up to 135mm wide can be secret nailed.

  • Sanded and finished in-situ.

Very wide board flooring (180mm and wider)

Refer to product manufacturer guidelines.

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