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Australian hardwoods are known for their durability and toughness, making them a good choice for scratch-resistant flooring. While there are several Australian hardwood species that offer excellent scratch resistance, one of the most renowned options is spotted gum.
Engineered hardwood is often considered the best choice for underfloor heating systems. Its construction, with layers of real wood veneer on top of a stable plywood or high-density fiberboard core, makes it more resistant to temperature fluctuations and less prone to warping or shrinking compared to solid hardwood. The engineered structure allows for better heat conductivity, making it an efficient choice for underfloor heating.
When cleaning wood flooring, it’s important to use products that are specifically designed for wood and won’t cause damage or leave residue. The best practices for cleaning wood flooring include regular sweeping with a soft bristle broom and making use of a damp mop or microfiber mop if there has been expressive dust or a liquid spill. It is important to avoid using excess water as this can cause swelling of the wood and to refrain from using any oil or wax-based products as this will damage the natural finish and coating of the wood.
Regular cleaning, avoiding excessive moisture, promptly addressing any damage or wear, and periodic refinishing can help extend the lifespan of timber floors.
With proper care and maintenance, timber floors can last for several decades and even longer. Engineered wood floors have a thinner real wood veneer on top of a plywood base. Their lifespan can range from 20 to 30 years or more, depending on the thickness of the veneer, the quality of construction, and maintenance practices. Some high-quality engineered wood floors can be refinished once or twice during their lifespan while bamboo floors can last for 20 to 25 years or more, depending on the quality of the bamboo, the manufacturing process, and maintenance practices. The actual lifespan of timber floors depends on factors such as the quality of the materials used, the installation technique, the climate conditions, the level of foot traffic, and the maintenance routine.
When it comes to wood flooring, the durability and lifespan can vary depending on several factors, including the type of wood, the quality of installation, maintenance practices, and the level of foot traffic in the area. However, some types of wood flooring are known for their long-lasting characteristics.

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