At St. Charles Hardwoods in St. Louis, we sell several exotic wood decking materials in a variety of sizes and lengths in order to meet any needs. This includes tiger decking and ipe decking, which are both South American hardwoods that are incredibly beautiful, durable, and long lasting. While we do not carry these wood decking materials in stock in our St. Louis stores, we can have the material easily available with a quick lead-time for any customer.
To learn more about the types of wood decking we supply or to place an order for your wood decking materials, please visit our stores or contact our St. Louis hardwood lumber company today.
Tiger wood decking is a beautiful and unique hardwood that grows widespread throughout South and Central America. This is a hardwood decking material that comes in a light golden-brown to light reddish-brown color. It features dark black or brown streaks that provide a unique look. Tiger wood decking can last for over 25 years with little maintenance required as this hardwood is resistant to decay, rot, and fungus.
Learn more about Tiger Decking or contact one of our St. Louis hardwood lumber stores today to place an order for this wood decking material.
Ipe wood decking is a durable exotic hardwood from South and Central America. This wood decking is an extremely dense and durable type wood that requires little maintenance and will provide natural beauty for years. It features a beautiful reddish-brown coloring and is resistant to rot, insects, and decay.
Learn more about Ipe Decking or contact one of our St. Louis hardwood lumber stores today to place an order for this wood decking material.
Our exotic wood decking options are an environmentally friendly alternative to composite materials and other types of wood decking. This is because our wood decking is responsibly harvested from abundantly growing South American Trees. This reduces the environmental impact of harvesting the wood. Additionally, this hardwood is naturally durable and resistant to rot and decay which eliminates the need for using harmful and harsh preservatives and other treatments as are required for softwood decking. Finally, our hardwood is an environmentally friendly alternative to composite materials, which require complex manufacturing processes and will clog landfills after their useful lifespan, as they are not biodegradable like natural wood decking.
To learn more about our types of wood decking that we sell in our St. Louis area stores, please contact our hardwood lumber company or visit one of our St. Louis area stores today. We can work with you to help you select the wood decking material that is best for you and we will have your wood decking material available to you as soon as possible.