The benefits of using timber in an apartment

The benefits of using timber in an apartment

Timber lining boards are a great option to update an apartment interior and add value to your property. Glosswood’s natural timber lining can swiftly be transported and installed in an apartment complex due to its lightweight characteristics. We explore the benefits of using natural timber in your unit:
Timber lining is a cost effective way to update your home

Timber is a great way to renew your space, without having to completely renovate. A small feature wall can make a world of difference in a lounge-room interior. Glosswood can be installed onto existing walls or ceilings, and is a DIY product if you’re handy and capable.

Timber may assist with noise

Timber can assist with absorbing sound inside your apartment. Choose a product that has been designed with acoustic fabric and has undergone NRC testing, like our Acoustic Panels. This is especially beneficial if you frequently use the space for entertaining, play music or have young children. Note: Installing acoustic panels can absorb the sound inside your apartment. Consult a sound engineer if noise is coming from surrounding residences.

Above image: Brisbane apartment complex by HAL Architects using 90mm Teak

Timber paneling can add value to your property

When it comes to selling the property, add a point of different to your apartment compared to neighbouring residences. Timber lining boards can completely change the appearance of the interior, and add warmth with a natural timber grain.

Short installation time

Glosswood’s paulownia timber is strong and lightweight. This makes it is easy to transport into the apartment complex as well as a quick installation time for the carpenter. The 90mm wide timber board is 3.6 metres long, and is as light as 870 grams per length. Building with timber products is also be quicker for installation time in comparison to denser products like stone walling. 

Above image: Glosswood’s Acoustic Panels in an entrance foyer by Taylor Robinson Chaney Broderick.