Another fine example of a home built in the 60s featuring Tasmanian Oak boards.
This Frankston home had been first sanded when the place was built, then later covered with carpet and tiles. 40 years later up comes all the floor coverings and back to the boards, we go.
Once the sanding was performed they were then coated with the very best of 2pac polyurethane, which was the ideal as the place was to be used as a rental property and an easy care floor finish is required.
All of the old glue, paint, and whatnot has easily sanded off the
boards without a problem
Leaving us with a beautiful, hard-wearing kitchen floor
The old laundry had copped a floggin' over the years
Now it's all neat n' tidy with an easy clean surface.
The bedrooms had never been sanded just covered with
carpet from day one
With some fine floor sanding, the grain of the
Tasmanian Oak is now a feature
The hallway had copped a lot of water over the
years and was badly stained
After 40 odd years of water marks, it bounced back wonderfully
The light bouncing off the 2 pac gives us a beautiful
Tasmanian Oak floor that anyone would be proud to live on