Traditional Flooring

Traditional Flooring by Hurford’s – where natural beauty meets timeless craftsmanship. Our Traditional Flooring range offers the unparalleled elegance of solid timber, ensuring that your floor receives nothing less than the best.

Crafted with precision and expertise, Hurford’s Traditional Flooring features a structural tongue and groove end-matched design, guaranteeing a seamless and durable installation. Whether you’re renovating a heritage home or building a new space, our Traditional Flooring is the perfect choice for adding warmth and character to any room.

Available in two widths – 60mm and 80mm – and a thickness of 19mm, our Traditional Flooring provides versatility and flexibility to suit your design preferences. The wider boards create a sense of grandeur and spaciousness, while the narrower boards offer a more traditional and intimate feel.

One of the standout features of our Traditional Flooring is the secret nail profile, allowing for concealed fixing and ensuring a clean and polished finish. This innovative design not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the floor but also contributes to its longevity and stability.

With Hurford’s Traditional Flooring, you can rest assured that you’re investing in a high-quality product that will stand the test of time. Experience the natural beauty and enduring quality of solid timber with our Traditional Flooring range – the perfect choice for creating a timeless and elegant space.

Traditional Specifications

Species: Blackbutt, Blue Gum, Brush Box, Grey Box, Grey Ironbark, New England Blackbutt, Red Ironbark, Silvertop, Spotted Gum, Tallowwood, Turpentine, Whian Whian Blackbutt & White Mahogany
Grade*: Select, Standard & Feature
Profile: Tongue & Groove, End Matched
60mm x 19mm, 80mm x 19mm
Lengths: Random (Between 900mm – 4500mm)

*Grades will depend on width and species – please check before quoting/ordering.

S P E C I E S :
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Spotted Gum


Blue Gum

Grey Ironbark

Brush Box

New England Blackbutt

Grey Box

Red Ironbark



Silvertop Stringybark