Brazilian Garapa

Garapa decking is a beautiful hardwood featuring a light yellow to golden brown color. As the wood naturally weathers, it takes on light silvery grey tones which means there is no need to apply annual sealers. A Garapa deck is resistant to rot, decay, splinters, scratches, and even fire – naturally without any chemical treatments.

Garapa wood, also known as Brazilian Ash, is a dense and naturally durable Brazilian timber. Its golden color, fine grain, and moderate cost make it an attractive alternative to more expensive hardwoods such as Teak or Ipe for decking. The light color also makes it attractive for a deck that will have heavy sun exposure but will not become overly hot to the touch.

Dimensions: 19 x 90mm*
Surface: Smooth or Grooved
Technical: Janka hardness is 1631, 26% harder than Red Oak (1210 Janka). Average weight is 54 lbs. per cubic foot, comparable to Brazilian Cherry.
Fixing: Planks installed with Hidden Fastener System on a wood/ aluminum substructure.

Strengths of Brazilian Garapa

Why choose Garapa Decking.
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Brazilian
Timber
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Easy
Installation
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Rot
Resistant
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Naturally
Durable
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Fine
Grain
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26% Harder
Than Red Oak

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