Boral Timber meets Australian structural Standards (AS 2796.1 and AS 2796.2). However Boral Timber uses its own aesthetic grading system shown below.
Grading is distinguished by selective gum veins, spirals, burls, insect trails and other features that give timber floors a unique character, as individual as a signature.
Boral Timber flooring is not graded for colour variation or grain patterns as they form part of the natural beauty of timber flooring.
A subtle feature grade of timber flooring that provides a low level of natural features. The low levels of natural features present the floor with a uniform look that is best suited to modern, minimalist styles.
STANDARD AND BETTER GRADE
Carefully graded to include the most interesting and moderate features of Australiana grade flooring. This grade offers a minimum level of natural features best suited to a modern style.
Graded to include the most interesting and moderate natural features to enhance the look of a timber floor.
Boral Timber’s rustic grade displaying a high level of natural features. This grade offers a unique, aged look with extenuated natural features and is well-suited to both commercial interiors and traditional decors.