Our Decking products move quickly due to the high demand and low pricing. Please call ahead to check availability!
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.
And, as you know by now, Ipe prices have risen substantially in the past thirty to forty-five days.
We still maintain high inventories and the BEST prices in this turbulent price-hike environment. We are always willing to cut deals on larger volumes. Just ask.
1 x 6 Edge Groove (EG), 1,000 LFt or more @ $4.65/LFt unless specific lengths are needed
You may always purchase a lesser amount, but the price/linear foot will be higher.
2 x 2, $3.75/LFt, unsanded rough; $6.26/LFt sanded
2 x 4, up to 10’ @ $6.25/LFt; 10’ and above @ $6.90/LFt
2 x 6, up to 10’ @ $8.75/LFt; 10’ and up to 14’ @ $9.40/LFt; 14’ and above @ $10/LFt
2 x 8, @ $17.50/LFt
3 x 3, @ $8.15/LFt
3 x 6, up to 10’ @ $16.25/LFt; 10’ and above @ $22.50/LFt
4 x 4, @ $12.20/LFt
8 x 8, @ $52.50/LFt
Mukulungu a/k/a African Redwood
Some facts on mukulungu decking:
–It is the best decking originating out of Africa.
–It mostly goes into Europe where it is highly prized!
–It competes with the best decking in the world – Ipe.
-It is well respected by all due to its high silica content and uniform color as well as longevity and density!
–It is referred to here in the USA as “African Redwood“ but has nothing in common with the redwood we know other than for its longevity and similar color.
–It is also setting itself up in Europe as the likely alternative to Ipe if Ipe is ever banned!
It’s one of the few serious decks that has a monochromatic color that does not vary.
500 LFt or more of 2” x 6” mukulungu @ $4.50/LFt
Less than 500 LFt of 2” x 6” @ $5.50/LFt
500 LFt or more of 2” x 4” mukulungu (8’s and 10’s) @ $1.90/LFt
Less than 500 LFt of 2” x 4” @ 3.00/LFt
30 LFt or more of 4” x 4” mukulungu @ $5.50/LFt
Less than 30 LFt of 4” x 4” @ $6.00/LFt
The 4×4 has an artisanal profile (a deep beveled groove) on all four sides.
SPECIAL NOTE: For purchase of 10’ lengths or more for ANY of the above, a premium price will be applied.
Like any other tropical deck, once you build your deck then you can do the railing system as follows:
Top rails: 2×6
Under top rails: Two 2×4’s
Corner posts: 4×4’s
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.
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