Cumaru Decking


Cumaru Wood Decking (Brazilian Teak):

Also known as: Brazilian Teak, Dipteryx Odorata, Almendrillo, Southern Chestnut || Origin: South America || Janka Hardness Rating: 3,200 lbs.

Cumaru Wood Color: Rich brown tones, with hues of gold and red that compliment any outdoor space.

Cumaru is the second hardest Brazilian hardwood. Almost 3 times harder than oak, cumaru is a more economical choice for your exterior deck than ipe hardwood but still provides premium quality.

Because of its economical price and high durability, cumaru hardwood decking is highly suited for major commercial developments and high traffic decks. It is also a smart choice for residential deck projects because it is resistant to insects, mold, mildew, and decay and boasts a life expectancy of 50+ years.

Cumaru hardwood is perfect for:

  • Decks
  • Gazebos
  • Fences
  • Arbors
  • Gates
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Pergolas
  • Boardwalks
  • Commercial Areas

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