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Exotic Woods USA - Live Edge Slabs & Epoxy River Tables

Decking

We are suppliers of  Ipe decking, Garapa decking , Cumaru Decking, Teak Decking, and Massaranduba decking.

Hardwood decking provides a long-lasting alternative to treated softwoods or synthetic materials. Hardwood Decking has natural beauty and ages gracefully. We are specialist in helping you select the right hardwood decking based on the budget, location, and project goals

NOTE: We do not offer Mahogany Decking because most products marketed as Mahogany are not genuine Mahogany.

We at EWUSA are changing how you think about deckinging.  Our goal is to help you chose the correct decking material that will last for many years.  

For Pricing & More Info - CALL 631-651-8651 or Email Us: info@exoticwoodsusa.com

IPE Decking is the most popular type of hardwood decking solution. The color ranges from dark brown to olive-brown and sometimes almost blackish tones, with wide variation in grains. It provides a beautiful long-lasting deck for your home. Ipe is extremely hard; therefore, Ipe decking will wear well and last a very long time. With the proper installation and care, it can last 40+ years in most installations. It is great in harsh environments like near the ocean or beach.
MASSARANDUBA (Brazilian Redwood) Decking wood is one of the hardest and most durable timber species in the world. It is considered a cost-effective substitute for Ipe decking in some applications. With a reddish-brown hue and straight grain, it has been nicknamed “Brazilian Redwood.” It is our usual alternative recommended for a “Mahogany” appearance.
CUMARU (Brazilian Teak) Decking provides a cost-effective and long-lasting decking alternative. Its colors are warm and attractive. Cumaru Decking also ages gracefully and lasts a long time for the owner. Cumaru, also known as Brazilian Teak or Golden Teak, is a naturally durable Brazilian timber with a density similar to Ipe. Its consistent golden brown color and moderate cost make it an attractive alternate to more expensive hardwoods
TEAK Decking surpasses all other woods for any outdoor use. This is because of the natural oils in tectona grandis, or true teak decking, which eliminates the need for preservatives and sealants. Teak decking is our most expensive decking option but is a truly the highest quality decking possible as can be attested to with our Teak also being used on many luxury yachts. If you are building a one of a kind deck, then Teak may be the right material for your project.
GARAPA Decking is our second most popular hardwood decking solution. Garapa decking is a beautiful hardwood featuring a light yellow to golden brown color. As the wood naturally weathers, it takes on light silvery gray tones which means there is no need to apply annual sealers. A Garapa deck is resistant to rot, decay, splinters, scratches, and even fire – naturally without any chemical treatments. Garapa wood, also known as Brazilian Ash, is a dense and naturally durable Brazilian timber. Its golden color, fine grain and moderate cost make it an attractive alternate to more expensive hardwoods such as Teak or Ipe for decking.
MORE INFO ON DECKING MATERIALS
Below are the Janka Hardness, Bending Strength, and Average Density for all of our decking woods and their major competitors. It also includes a basic cost guide, and, of course, the cut of wood and length needed will affect pricing.  This can help you compare each species and how each cut of wood is priced, including Ipe Decking, Garapa Decking, Massaranduba Decking, Teak Decking, and Cumaru Decking.
MATERIAL JANKA HARDNESS BENDING STRENGTH DENSITY (Lbs/CuFt) CLASS PRICE
Ipe 3680 25.4 68 4 $$$$
Massaranduba 3200 27.2 66 4 $$$
Cumaru 3500 27 38 4 $$$
Teak 1200 13.7 40 4 $$$$$
Garapa 1631 12.9 54 2 $$
Red Cedar 600 6.8 30   $$
For Pricing & More Info - CALL 631-651-8651 or Email Us: info@exoticwoodsusa.com

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