HCT Floors Endgrain Flooring are blocks of timber which have been cut across the grain of timber logs and planks. The blocks of Endgrain timber are then arranged and fixed together in a pattern formation.

Because of the uniqueness of Endgrain Flooring, many different species of timber can be used that you wouldn’t normally use for timber flooring. Often Endgrain Flooring is sourced from reclaimed timber of old buildings and structures meaning that they can sometimes have an interesting appearance and look for all sorts of building solutions.

Endgrain Flooring can be finished in numerous ways. They can be stained, painted, waxed, or they can be left in there natural state to give a texture and feel.

Some of the most commonly used timber species used for Endgrain Flooring are:

  • Acacia
  • Birch
  • Cypress
  • Chestnut
  • Fir
  • Hickory
  • Wenge
  • Teak
  • Elm
  • Ash
  • Hornbeam
  • Kaleidowood
  • Maple
  • Mesquite
  • Sandlewood

Endgrain Flooring is very hard and highly durable, allowing it to be used in many different types of flooring situations. Because of it’s tough wearing durability, Endgrain Flooring is very commonly used for high traffic areas such as dance and café floors, bar and hospitality flooring and residential hallways. Even street walks and paths, walls and ceilings can be fitted with Endgrain Flooring.

HCT Floors Endgrain Flooring can be supplied in many shapes and sizes including round, hexagonal, square or as the traditional rectangular shape. It can also be supplied as the end of the original log configuration to give a unique characteristic appearance.