Wood Work Hardwood Decks

Ipe (Brazilian Walnut)

Pronounced e-pay, Ipe is widely recognized as one of the hardest and most durable timber species in the world. The color ranges from dark brown to olive-brown and sometimes almost blackish tones, with wide variation in grains. It is one of the South American ironwoods. It is naturally durable and resistant to rot and decay, making it an excellent choice for exterior applications like Ipe Decking or Ipe Siding. It not only lasts a long time, but has the beauty of an interior hardwood. Ipe is a popular natural alternative to PVC or composite products. It outlasts other popular wood decking species such as treated Pine, Cedar, Redwood and Douglas Fir.

​​Thermory Wood
Durability of the Thermory® boards has been achieved by Intense-treatment which results in an environmentally friendly alternative to tropical hardwoods and impregnated wood. Compared to untreated wood the resistance against mold and rot is considerably improved.

Thermory decking is available in several dimensions and can be easily installed with a pro​prietary hidden fastening clip system.

Thermo-ash has a beautiful, playful grain and its surface is easy to maintain. Oiling is optional, but not required. If left untreated, thermo-treated wood will naturally turn silver grey

Teak Lumber
Teak Lumber is a close-grained hardwood with high natural oil and silica content. It is one of the hardest, strongest and most durable of all timbers, highly resistant to any rotting and almost impervious to the effects of hot sun, rain, frost or snow. Teak Lumber requires little or no maintenance regardless of the environment. These characteristics combine to make it the ideal timber for all outdoor applications, and it has been the choice of boat builders for centuries. Once seen primarily on elegant yachts and in the most extravagant estates, teak wood is now a premium wood of choice for designers of hotels, corporate headquarters and upscale homes. Apart from its natural beauty, teak is one of the most valuable of all woods. Teak is popular for usage in Residential Teak Decking, Marine Teak Decking, Siding, Flooring, and Teak Plywood. We also offer FSC options for all of your Teak needs.