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Tigerwood Brazilian Hardwood Decking

Why buy Tigerwood Decking? Tigerwood has a unique, beautiful distinctive grain pattern and brilliantly reddish colors.  It is twice as or harder than oak.  The decking patterns are distinctive and why it is called Tigerwood. It has a 25 year plus lifespan like all the Brazilian hardwoods.  Its brown grain pattern makes it the perfect match to Ipe.  We sell tons of Tigerwood with Ipe as accents.  This is a great wood for any home or commercial project.

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Tigerwood deck and decking is incredibly hard. It is 2 to 2 1/2 times as hard as oak.  It is insect resistent and what bug would try to bite it when there are so many compelling softer woods for them to dine upon.  Tigerwood arrives as a blond colored wood.  Do not let that fool you, once in the sun its beautiful reddish color comes to life. Tigerwood deckd are superior to composites or PT. And, it is one of the more beautiful of the hardwoods. Tigerwood floor cabana

Accessories: We know Tigerwood! We carry accessories you need for a complete deck. Whether a small dock or marina, we have what you need and know how to get it to you.  We work with all the Miami based shippers on a regular basis.   Many (most) we know by name as we deal with them all the time.   

Support: Just call to ask a question. Sales staff are experienced and knowledgeable on all aspects of Tigerwood or Brazilian decks. In addition, they just love working with Tigerwood. The craftsmen experiment and you benefit. Why waste time when they will tell you what works. Just call +1-813-658-8068.

 

 

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Technical Specs: Goncalo Alves, Tigerwood, Jobillo
Scientific Name: Astronium graveolens (syn. A. fraxinifolium)
Distribution: South American specifically Brazil
Tree Size: 100-130 ft (30-40 m) tall, 3-5 ft (1-1.5 m) trunk diameter
Average Dried Weight: 62 lbs/ft3 (995 kg/m3)
Janka Hardness: 2,250 lbf (10,000 N)
Modulus of Rupture: 18,400 lbf/in2 (126.9 MPa)

English Specs: Tigerwood
Harvested in Brazil
Tree Size: ~10 story building and 5 feet wide
Approximate Weight: Almost 2 pounds per Linear Foot for 1x6
Hardness: ~2 1/2 as hard as oak

Color/Appearance: Arrives blond colour, once in the sun, the heartwood turns a medium reddish brown with irregularly grain pattern of dark brown.

Rot Resistance: Excellent weathering properties and very durable decay resistance.

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