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Cumaru a/k/a Brazilian Teak
True Teak – Plantation Grown
This prefinished flooring purchase resulted from the milling of the 35-year growth of this true teak in the Brazilian Amazon region.
This teak is plantation grown – which means responsibly harvested.
Teak hardwood flooring is an attractive, durable option for the home that has a rich, brownish hue. Teak flooring is derived from the teak tree, which is indigenous to parts of Southeast Asia. However, it is also grown in parts of Central and South America. Teak wood flooring ages beautifully and get richer looking with time.
We have ¾” x 3 ¼” in 1’ to 7’ lengths (3’ average) @ $5.25/square foot for a minimum purchase of 1,000 square feet.
Larger purchases deserve lower pricing, so don’t be afraid to haggle with us!
Come see these lots and add to your home one of the most beautiful, warm and magnificent floors available on the market today.
Massaranduba Wood (also spelled Macaranduba), also known as Brazilian Redwood or Bullettwood, is a beautiful, rich-looking alternative to Ipe. More fine-grained and uniformly colored, the light-reddish wood makes for an elegant deck. Widely used in Europe and South America, Massaranduba decking is knot-free, even-toned and low maintenance. It is becoming very popular as a high-end flooring alternative after being used all over Brazil for such!
Massaranduba Wood (manilkara bidentata) is very smooth to the touch and shares many of the durable properties of Ipe. It is strong and hard and will also last many years in service. Massaranduba Wood is a natural hardwood so it is recyclable at the end of its service life.
Tigerwood (astronium graveolens)
Found from Mexico southward to Brazil.
The color of its heartwood is typically a medium reddish brown with irregularly spaced streaks of dark brown to black.
Its grain can be straight, but is usually wavy or interlocked. Fine, uniform texture with good natural luster.
Also known as Goncalo Alves or Jobillo
This is THE most beautiful and elegant flooring from South America (Brazil). It adds such a warmth to a room. It will change the way you see floors.
Here’s the story: We had so many folks interested in 1) the hardness of Tigerwood (2,600 Janka hardness; hickory is 1,500); 2) the widths of Tigerwood; 3) the many attractive pieces of light Tigerwood. We also have had many folks that do not want the darkness of a striped dark floor project. So, recently we discovered that the Astronium Graveolens specie of wood (referred to as ‘True Tigerwood’) has certain tendencies for less stripes in some parts of Brazil than others (due to soil conditions). We had some of these lighter and harder logs run in the mill and loved the results.
These ‘Tigerwood’ logs produced a lighter (with minimal striping) floor with a beautiful variance of hues that create a very warm and inviting floor for those that love Tigerwood flooring but would rather have minimal striping.
These lots of Brazilian Koa (Tigerwood) are first quality and the REAL DEAL – REAL TIGERWOOD!
( Brazilian Walnut) Ipe is an incredibly durable and beautiful wood. More than just durable, Ipe is also very pleasing to the eye. Its heartwood is light to dark olive brown with contrasting yellowish-grey or grey brown tones accompanying it. With a Class A fire rating, Ipe occupies the same class of fire-retardant materials as steel. For durability, safety, and beauty, Ipe makes an excellent choice for a one of a kind floor!
¾” x 5”, 349.95 SFt @ $4.00/SFt
Tiger Cherry Hardwood Flooring
Tiger Cherry Hardwood Flooring “Unique Look “
We just received a fair quantity of this Brazilian Cherry flooring with lighter strips. “Tiger Cherry “
These are selected from darker Brazilian Cherry lots to assure a totally warm and cozy feeling floor. Very Rustic but in a strong yet rugged and handsome appealing wood!
We sought this out in Brazil and could only come up with a limited supply.
You can do so much with this floor in reference to decorating with an endless pallet of colors that enhance the ambience of your home. It’s a “can’t lose” exotic that is so inviting to those that live there or visiting. It sets a warm glow that relaxes everyone’s mind.
This flooring is also dynamite for ceilings and walls at this price.
It is well milled and needs little if any sanding.
It’s light and can be stained a different hue if desired!
Beautiful & Cheap
Will not last long !
Brazilian cherry wood takes screws well but not nails. It glues well, which allows it to be used in engineered wood.
The wood is also strong and durable and has good bending properties. It takes stains well and is resistant to termites. Its shock resistance makes it an excellent flooring material.
Also known as Jatoba.
We have ¾” x 3” @ $3.50/SqFt
We have 3/4″ x 4″ @ $3.99/SqFt
AND, in limited quantities:
3”, square edge, select grade, $3.50/SqFt, 819 SqFt lot
3 ¼”, micro bevel, select grade, $3.75/SqFt, 1183 SqFt lot
4”, square edge, select grade, $4.25/SqFt, 1213 SqFt lot
2 ¼”, square edge, select grade, $3.25/SqFt, 1213 SqFt lot
And 5″ @ $4.85/SqFt
Brazilian Oak hardwood is more commonly known as Tauari in the Amazon Basin area of South America. This is not to be confused with Amendoim, which is sometimes referred to as Brazilian Oak. Tauari is a species of tropical hardwood that is resistant to insects and damage from moisture.
SE, ¾” x 4”, only 200 SF available @ $3.50/SF
Blood Wood, also known as Satine (Brosimum rubescens), comes from tropical South America.
It is an extremely dense wood and has a bright, vivid red color. Once finished, it offers an exceptional and lustrous red surface. Applying a thick protective finish and keeping the wood out of direct sunlight can help preserve this beautiful color.
It is very durable and resistant to most insect attacks.
Other uses for blood wood include carvings, trim, inlays, furniture, guitars, knife handles, and turned objects.
We have 3/4” x 3 1/4” available.
1209 SF @ $5.00/SF
Tatajuba (Bagassa guianensis)
This grows in Northeastern South America.
The color of freshly sawn heartwood ranges from bright yellow to golden yellow, darkening to a golden or reddish brown upon exposure to light.
Its grain is interlocked grain with a medium, uniform texture. It has a good amount of natural luster.
It is used in flooring, decking, boatbuilding, cabinetry, furniture, veneer, and turned objects.
Dimension Available: ¾” x 3 ¼”
136.5SF @ $3.25/SF
Garapa (Apuleia leiocarpa)
This is an excellent hardwood that comes from South America.
Garapa has a golden to yellowish brown color.
The grain is usually straight, but can also be interlocked. It has a medium texture with a moderate amount of natural luster.
It is commonly used as flooring, decking, dock, and boatbuilding.
It is also used as a great substitute for Ipe decking – sometimes taking stain to appear as Ipe with its similar grain and longevity.
This hardwood grows in Central and South America.
Macacauba’s heartwood color can be highly variable, ranging from a bright red to a darker reddish or purplish brown, frequently with darker stripes.
Its grain is straight to interlocked with a medium to fine texture. It has a high luster.
A highly sought-after exotic that is rarely found milled into hardwood flooring.
Dimension available: ¾ x 3 ¼