Our Decking products move quickly due to the high demand and low pricing. Please call ahead to check availability!
Ipe Decking Always Here!
We are a direct importer of Ipe (pronounced ee-pay). We carry it full time.
Never have so many people wanted the most coveted deck in the world than now! After many years, the world now knows that there is NOTHING on this planet that is as good as Ipe for an exterior or covered deck for longevity, strength, fire rating, appearance, and sustainability.
Ipe is now $3.60/LFt on random lengths of 500 LFt or more. Get better pricing than that on lots of 1,000+ LFt.
ALSO, we have 5/4″ x 6″ EG Ipe @ $4.50/LFt, random selection, 500 LFt or more.
You may always purchase a lesser amount, but the price/linear foot will be higher.
We have ” Ipe ” in the following dimensions :
1 x 6
2 x 2
2 x 4
2 x 6
2 x 8
2 x 10
2 x 12
3 x 3
3 x 6
4 x 4
8 x 8
ALSO, we have a great deal on Ipe nominal 2″ x 2″ (net 1 3/4″ x 1 3/4″) from Ocean City, NJ, from a cancelled Ipe project:
400 LFt or more – 3’ers @ $1.50/LFt rough sawn
400 LFt or more – 4’ers through 13’ ers @ $2.00/LFt rough sawn
We have plenty in stock.
Ipe Decking for Docks
Kabukalli (Goupia Glabra).
Kabukalli is similar to Ipe but not as expensive and has tremendous density and longevity. It is certified FSC! A Legit source and great provenance.
Properties/Appearance: Exceptionally high strength. Highly resistant to insects, decay, fire and marine organisms. Dries slowly. Checking, warping and splitting may occur especially if not seasoned properly. A UV protective finish minimalizes checking and splitting. Blunting effect on tools moderate to high. Planing is difficult. Glues well. Pre-drill before screwing. Polishes satisfactorily.
Uses: A heavy hard timber suitable for exacting conditions. Excellent for rafters, general construction, ship building, keels, pilings, piers, decking, hand rails, flooring, and raised beds.
Size Available: 5/4” x 6”
Shorter Lengths: 7’/9’ for $2.50/LFt
Longer Lengths: 10’ – 11’ for $3/LFt
12’ – 15’ for $3.25/LFt
16’ – 17’ for $3.50/LFt
18’/19’/20’ for $3.95/LFt
BEST DEAL: IF a minimum purchase of 1,000 LFt is made on longer lengths, pricing will be $3.00/LFt.
Great screws for many applications and Ideal for laying down
Ipe Decks and other Hardwood decks.Can’t find these screws anymore so (not softer 304 type but much harder and much more
resilient as 316!)
Stainless Steel pick you up a box for $50/box
Fresh Stock of Itauba Porch Decking and Ceilings
After selling out of the first container of 1 x 4 Itauba decking, we now have MORE! The people have spoken and more is now available.
Mike Kelly, one of the largest independent fabric dealers in America, recently had this to say about Itauba porch decking and ceilings:
“It turned out great! Great thanks! Scroungers’ wood is what made and set this porch project off. These pictures do not do it justice!”
Mike had originally planned to use his recent purchase of Itauba for his porch decking, but upon seeing it in person, decided to use it as his porch ceiling. And he was not disappointed, as stated above.
A lot of folks lost out when Mike came in and purchased the remainder of the last load of Itauba we had.
You will also see three photos of an entire wrap-around porch of Itauba 1 x 4 (3 ¼” x 3/4”) recently completed on the largest Air B’nB in Asheville. It is stunningly beautiful!
Years from now you will be saying, “Olivari brought Itauba into the USA in 2018! He has known about this product for a while and said it would possibly be the ‘new Ipe’ as it looks quite the same and has the same longevity.”
We have 3/4” x 3 1/4” T&G 1 x 4’s in these lengths: 6’, 7’, 8’, 9’, 10’, 11’, 12’, 13’, 14’, 15’
On orders of 500 LFt or more of 6′ through 12’ers: $2.25/LFt
On orders of less than 500 LFt for 6′ through 12’ers: $3.00/LFt
On orders of 500 LFt or more of 13′, 14′, 15’ers: $2.75/LFt
On orders of less than 500 LFt for 13′, 14′, 15ers’: $3.50/LFt
We still have a bit of 5/4” x 6” Edge Groove Itauba decking left.
We will sell any remaining pieces for $2.20/LFt. Call for what’s left.
Don’t say we did not tell you about this affordable yet long-term durable-in-the-weather Itauba. (We call it Ipe-uba!)