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|| Myanmar Teakwood|
Teak, known as an 'exotic' wood, is cherished for its
aesthetic beauty and prized for its durability. As a
result, scores of uses have been discovered for this
highly valued and versatile natural resource.
Moreover, Teak has a naturally high oil content which
makes it both stable and resistant to rotting when
exposed to climatic extremes and also its resistance
against insects, fungus and termites.
Kempas, is a course grained, very hard, pink to
reddish colour wood, with medium graining, that
is widely used for flooring in the Far East.
Merbau comes in a fairly wide range of colour
variability : from light browns to medium browns
to dark browns. Many pieces will have yellow
dust in the pores which show up as
gold "flecking" when finished.
Yellow Balau looks very much like teak in
colour. For centuries Balau has been used
for shipbuilding, heavy-duty outdoor furniture,
and heavy construction. It is coveted for its
excellent strength and weather resistant
Principally brilliant white in colour, Maple often shows a
gentle pink tone. While the wood is generally straight
grained, it may be characterised by its curly fiddleback
and bird's eye patterns, thus giving it a lively and
decorative appearance. Contemporary and light toned
Maple provides the perfect finishing touch for a striking
This much loved beautifully grained wood is universally
characterised by its distinctive fleck and graining.
Oak owes its popularity to its hardwearing resilience
and its warm charm. Oak deepens and matures with
the passing years, and suits any interior, particularly
where a timeless rural appeal is sought or desired.
|Wood flooring is one of the most beautiful and lasting additions that you can make to your home. It enhances the warmth of any home and complements the decor of any room. Wood flooring is timeless as it increases in value and becomes even more beautiful over time.
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