As Australia becomes increasingly urbanised, more houses are being built near noise sources such as highways, airports and railways.
As the single largest surface area of a home, the roof is an important architectural feature and decisions around roofing materials should be made carefully.
Timber is a natural ‘living’ product. Timber is a hygroscopic material - that means it is capable of absorbing and expelling moisture in response to local conditions. For this reason, solid timber flooring may need to be acclimatised to its new local environment prior to installation.