An Exotic Beauty!
Tigerwood is an extremely durable hardwood that
is highly sought after for both exterior and interior applications. This exotic
beauty is reddish-brown with dark brown to black ‘figuring’ throughout. Clear
all-heartwood further ensures resistance to rot, decay, and termite infestation.
The ultimate choice for those looking for a unique look.
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• Joists, Stringers, Treads, Risers, Skirting
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Hard Wood Decking
Tigerwood’s bold striping and hardness make it one of the most exotic of all
South American hardwoods. Tigerwood darkens gradually over time, accentuating
its distinctive grain.
- Shipped kiln-dried
- An extremely dense, close grained wood. Reddish-brown with
dark brown to black 'streaks'.
- Surfaced-four-sides. Remains smooth and splinter free
- First quality, premium selected heartwood
- Eight (8) times harder
- Fire rating – Class A NFPA, Class 1 UBC
- Low maintenance
- Weathers naturally to beautiful silver gray. If the desire to maintain
Tigerwood's rich natural finish is required, simply apply a quality penetrating oil finish with a UV sun block.
- 25 year transferable warranty
- Complementing accessories include balusters, handrails, posts, timbers, and fascia boards. Fastening systems, UV coating and end sealant also available.
Joists, Stringers, Treads, Risers, Skirting
A wide range of dimensional lumber sizes and profiles are available to compliment any design.
A variety of patterns are available.
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We carry Swan Secure Stainless Steel Fasteners, Anchorseal End-Sealer and Messmer's UV Finish.
The tropical forests of South America are an immense resource that must be carefully managed for long term sustainability. We encourage all of our suppliers to follow the best industry practices, minimizing damage to the environment and maximizing the economic value from the forest. Tropical logging is done on a selective basis, as mandated by the governments of Brazil. Because of this selective harvesting, smaller trees are left standing and mature seed trees are left in place. The same section of forest can then be cut again in the next logging cycle in 40 to 60 years.
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