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Our Flooring products move quickly due to the high demand and low pricing.        Please call ahead to check availability!

Timborana

Timborana (Pseudopiptadenia suaveolens)

Found in Central America and Brazil.

The color of the heartwood tends to be a golden to reddish brown.

In the United States, Timborana is used mainly for flooring material. It is also occasionally imported as turning stock. Within its native range, Timborana is also used for heavy construction, interior millwork, and furniture.

A very elegant and appealing look.

Dimensions available:  Square Edge, ¾ x 3 ¼

Brazilian Walnut

Currently Unavailable

( 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!

More shipments coming. Check back soon!

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

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.

Albino Rhino Tiger Wood Flooring​

Albino Rhino Tiger Wood  –  3/4″ x 2 1/4″ 

Only a limited amount coming in.

“Albino Rhino Tigerwood” flooring (Goncalo Alves)

(Astronium Gravolens)-The real deal but lighter to accomodate the light but stronger markets!(as opposed to less dense and fragile floors like Pine and semi hard Oak types)

These are selected from darker and busier Tiger Wood lots to assure a less busy and 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 and those that visit. It sets a warm glow that relaxes everyone’s mind.

Also check out our “Tiger Cherry” limited lot that is similar to Albino Rhino

Tigerwood!

They both will change the way you see a light floor.

Ipe Un-Finished

You can never go wrong with Ipe flooring.

Great choice for:
-Durability
-Noise
-Beauty

When you want something that will last the test of time for indoors. We have gorgeous exotic Ipe flooring available. This one has no finish. 

Brazilian Oak

Currently Unavailable

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.

Blood Wood

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.

Brazilian Teak

CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE

Stronger than domestic hardwood species, Cumaru Brazilian Teak is an exotic wood used for solid hardwood and engineered wood flooring products. Homeowners can benefit from several characteristics of this species, including the strength and distinct appearance. Although the cost is a bit higher than popular domestics like Red Oak and Maple, Brazilian Teak creates a stunning look that lasts in any home.

Tatajuba

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 5

Purpleheart

Purpleheart, Amaranth (Peltogyne)

This is grown in Central and South America (from Mexico down to southern Brazil)

When freshly cut, the heartwood of Purpleheart is a  dull grayish/purplish brown. Upon exposure, the wood becomes a deeper eggplant purple.

The grain is usually straight, but can also be wavy or irregular. It has a medium texture with good natural luster.

Common uses include inlays/accent pieces, flooring, furniture, boatbuilding, heavy construction, and a variety of specialty wood items.

Dimensions Available:  5/8 x 3 ½

Tarara Colorado

Tarara Colorado (platymiscium ulei), Red Canary

Tarara Colorao grows in temperate forests. The tree is up to 98 feet high.

Its color ranges from red-brown (heartwood) to light brown (sap wood). It has a medium texture.

Dimensions Available:  5/8 x 4

Garapa

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.

Dimension available:  ¾ x 5

Macacauba

Macacauba (platymiscium)

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

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