Hardwood Types

We offer 3 types of hardwood. Please use the menu above to learn more about each wood type and feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.

Ipe treeBotanical Name: Tabebuia spp.
Also Known As: Brazilian walnut, Ironwood, Lapacho
Pronounced (EE-pay)
Ipe trees are some of the tallest trees of the Amazon region. They can grow over 140 feet in height with a trunk diameter of up to 6 feet.
Ipe is among the hardest woods available. It is perfectly suited for decking.

Ipe treeBotanical Name: Astronium fraxinifolium
Also known as: Goncalo Alves, Brazilian Koa
The trees can grow up to 120 feet tall, has branches about two-thirds of the way up a trunk that is straight and up to 5 feet thick.
The tropical, exotic look of Tigerwood will guarantee a unique deck.

Ipe treeBotanical Name: Dipteryx odorata
Also Known As: Brazilian Teak, Tonka Bean
Cumaru trees can grow over 120 feet tall and have a trunk diameter of 3 to 5 feet.
Cumaru is well suited for decking as it has a very appealing natural color variation and is quite durable.

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