Blackbutt

Blackbutt

Blackbutt is an attractive and in-demand Australian hardwood flooring timber. Blackbutt flooring is so popular that along with real engineered hardwood, the Carpet Court range also includes hybrid and vinyl products in colours and patterns that realistically emulate genuine Blackbutt, at a fraction of the price.

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Is Blackbutt good for flooring?

Blackbutt is among the best flooring available. It’s available in standard boards, long boards and wide boards, making it a good choice for getting maximum value per square metre.

What colour is Blackbutt flooring?

With golden and pale brown tones, plus heartwood variations and gum veins, this timber is unique, attractive, and classically Australian.

What are the benefits of Blackbutt flooring?

Blackbutt timber flooring at its best

Blackbutt is an Australian flooring favourite. At Carpet Court, the Blackbutt Eucalyptus look is available in a wide range of flooring materials, and here are some options worth considering.

Engineered Hardwood - This real timber flooring has a top layer of natural blackbutt over an engineered core, making it an environmentally sustainable option. Nothing beats the form and feel of hardwood timber, and the Carpet Court range is flooring at its best.

Laminate - Laminate flooring is made using tough composite flooring material plus realistic digital imagery and a hard-wearing top-coat. It looks just like real hardwood timber, with a similar feel underfoot.

Hybrid - This floating floor product combines all the best attributes of both laminate and vinyl. The high-density core and tough surface is scratch resistant, stain resistant and pet friendly. Hybrid flooring is versatile, with lots of colours and designs available.

Vinyl - For durability and easy-care, vinyl could be the answer. This flooring provides an authentic blackbutt timber look for a fraction of the price. Vinyl is perfect for busy households with active kids.

Product information

Blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis) is an Australian hardwood timber that’s mostly grown in northern New South Wales and southern Queensland. Blackbutt is a stylish timber that grows quickly, making it ideal for a sustainable future.

Used as flooring, blackbutt is well known for having high strength and durability. It can resist decay for more than 50 years, making it a great long-term investment. Blackbutt has a Janka dry hardness of 9.1kN, comparable to spotted gum.

Blackbutt hardwood flooring is hard enough to resist the scratches and scrapes of everyday life with very little maintenance. Blackbutt engineered timber flooring has high termite and fire resistance and is a versatile timber that can be stained and polished, or even used for outdoor decking.

Can I use Blackbutt flooring in the kitchen?

Colour options and materials available

Natural blackbutt timber has an even colour and straight grain. The tones can range from golden honey to creamy brown, so it’s worth noting that colours vary between hardwood products. Blackbutt engineered flooring is a marvel in itself, with a top layer of blackbutt hardwood bonded to a multilayered base.

Blackbutt hardwood can be oiled to bring out natural colour variations in the timber. The Engrained range of timber flooring available at Carpet Court, for example, is available in six species, each with its own unique natural colour and characteristics. Engrained comes in a range of timber shades layered with a refined matte finish, creating an enduring surface and modern look.

Featured flooring options and styles

Blackbutt is a popular flooring style in traditional hardwood, engineered timber, laminate, hybrid and vinyl products. These exquisite floors are perfect paired with carpets and rugs from the Carpet Court collection. Complete the picture with your choice of soft furnishings, home decor and blinds. Here are some great Carpet Court blackbutt options.

Engrained: A Carpet Court exclusive collection. This engineered timber flooring utilises a six coat system that delivers an oiled floor finish that will last for decades combined with a UV lacquer for ultimate durability and protection.

Stockman’s Ridge: Another engineered flooring exclusive from Carpet Court, with extra-wide 186mm floating floorboards that showcase the true elegance of Australian hardwood. Bring instant warmth to your room.

Athena: Innovative hybrid flooring at its best, delivering durability and a realistic blackbutt look. This hybrid flooring uses Trigon® core technology for a scratch resistant surface that can withstand heavy foot traffic.

Ultrapet Pinnacle Hybrid: Hard-wearing hybrid laminate/vinyl floors are a great pet friendly choice, none more so than Ultrapet Pinnacle blackbutt Hybrid flooring. Resist stains, scratches, spills and odours while also giving your pet extra traction around the house.

Southern Lights: Vinyl flooring has come a long way, and Southern Lights vinyl planks are the perfect cost-effective solution for homes and businesses. Available in northern blackbutt, spotted gum, Tasmanian oak, and many more captivating colours.

Bring your home to life

Solid timber flooring is the finishing touch that will give your home the wow factor, and Australian Blackbutt is a favourite in NSW, Qld, and other regions all around Australia. If feature grade hardwood flooring doesn’t suit your budget, consider other Carpet Court blackbutt flooring solutions such as hybrid flooring or vinyl flooring.

Our flooring range is second-to-none, and we also offer a free measure and quote to put you in the picture. Bring your home to life the way only Carpet Court can, and enjoy the difference that quality makes.

Blackbutt vs Spotted Gum

Australian hardwoods are some of the most sought out in the world. Fortunately, state-of-the-art manufacturing processes result in engineered timber flooring that can be sustainably grown and harvested. Blackbutt is a favourite flooring timber for Australian home and commercial use.

However, everyone is different and it‘s important to have options when it comes to flooring. Take time to consider the subtle or dramatic effects different wood grains and colours can bring to your home. Options include spotted gum, blue gum, tallowood, brush box, ironbark and stringybark, and now could be the right time to visit your nearest Carpet Court showroom for flooring ideas and inspiration.

Installation options

Many modern flooring products available at Carpet Court include a glueless locking system, making floor installation relatively easy and fast. The single-action installation can be performed by DIY professionals with a can-do attitude, although for best results it’s advised to work with flooring installation professionals.

Installation can include underlay for additional comfort. The underlay softens footsteps for better acoustic performance. Carpet Court flooring professionally installed can be expected to look good for decades and is covered by a comprehensive warranty for complete peace of mind. Organise a free measure and quote today!

FAQ’s:

Is Blackbutt good for flooring?

Blackbutt is among the best flooring available. It’s available in standard boards, long boards and wide boards, making it a good choice for getting maximum value per square metre.

What colour is Blackbutt flooring?

With golden and pale brown tones, plus heartwood variations and gum veins, this timber is unique, attractive, and classically Australian.