Harris Wood Machining

Producers of quality WA Hardwoods since 1986.

Continuing a family tradition of timber work that extends through five generations.

A Drop of Plantation

 

Fancy a drop of red, or a tipple of champagne perhaps? Welcome to our Plantation Flooring Range

 

Harris Wood Machining is committed to a sustainable future for the Forest industry. Part of this commitment includes the production of timber from Western Australian hardwood plantations. At this stage the plantation range is very small, but as more plantations start to produce trees of sufficient maturity this range will grow.

 

Unfortunately not all plantations will produce timber suitable for the manufacture of flooring and furniture products. As well as quality issues, quantities are relatively small, hence our range is based on colour rather than species. The plantation range allows for a mix of timbers that blend into a general colour range rather than a specific species.

 

"A Drop of Plantation" range is subject to availability and if customers are interested in using this type of flooring we recommend to order it as early as possible in order to avoid disappointment.

 

 

 

Colour Options Available:

 

Classic Creams - encompassing cream and straw-tones blended through with honey highlights

 

Sumptuous Pinks - light to medium pink and red tones.

 

 

Pictured: Western Australian plantation grown Eucalyptus Saligna (Sydney Bluegum), now available.

A close up of Eucalyptus Saligna flooring

Proudly members of:

 

Australian Timber Flooring Association.                       Wood. Naturally Better.

Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday: 7.30am - 4.30pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Phone: (+61) 8 9752 4085

Fax: (+61) 8 9754 2454

Email: sales@harriswoodmachining.com.au

 

© Harris Wood Machining             Last Updated March 2019

A close up of Eucalyptus Saligna flooring

Proudly members of:

 

Australian Timber Flooring Association. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wood. Naturally Better.

 

Harris Wood Machining

A Drop of Plantation

 

Fancy a drop of red, or a tipple of champagne perhaps? Welcome to our Plantation Flooring Range

 

Harris Wood Machining is committed to a sustainable future for the Forest industry. Part of this commitment includes the production of timber from Western Australian hardwood plantations. At this stage the plantation range is very small, but as more plantations start to produce trees of sufficient maturity this range will grow.

 

Unfortunately not all plantations will produce timber suitable for the manufacture of flooring and furniture products. As well as quality issues, quantities are relatively small, hence our range is based on colour rather than species. The plantation range allows for a mix of timbers that blend into a general colour range rather than a specific species.

 

"A Drop of Plantation" range is subject to availability and if customers are interested in using this type of flooring we recommend to order it as early as possible in order to avoid disappointment.

 

 

 

Colour Options Available:

 

Classic Creams - encompassing cream and straw-tones blended through with honey highlights

 

Sumptuous Pinks - light to medium pink and red tones.

 

 

Pictured: Western Australian plantation grown Eucalyptus Saligna (Sydney Bluegum), now available.

A close up of Eucalyptus Saligna flooring

Proudly members of:

Australian Timber Flooring Association.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wood. Naturally Better.

 

© Harris Wood Machining             Last Updated March 2019

Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday: 7.30am - 4.30pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

 

Phone: (+61) 8 9752 4085

Fax: (+61) 8 9754 2454

Email: sales@harriswoodmachining.com.au

Harris Wood Machining

A close up of Eucalyptus Saligna flooring

Proudly members of:

Australian Timber Flooring Association.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wood. Naturally Better.

 

Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday: 7.30am - 4.30pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

 

Phone: (+61) 8 9752 4085

Fax: (+61) 8 9754 2454

Email: sales@harriswoodmachining.com.au

© Harris Wood Machining Last Updated March 2019