BRAZILIAN CHERRY / JATOBA - NATURAL

Grade: Select 

Janka Hardness: 2,350 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-1/4" X 3/4" and 5" x 3/4"

Length: 1' - 6'

Box Size: 3-1/4" - 22.75 sqft/box;  5" - 23.33 sqft/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description
Brazilian Cherry, also known as Jatoba, is one of the most popular exotic hardwoods. Brazilian Cherry's reddish-brown heartwood is lined by dark black streaks, giving it not only contrast but amazing depth as well. The heartwood will darken over time to a softer red-brown. Brazilian Cherry is incredibly strong, with a Janka hardness rating of 2350. Silica is a natural mineral deposit commonly found in Brazilian Cherry, which can appear as a milky discoloration on the surface of the wood. This natural mineral can be identified by thin white lines in the grain, which go all the way through the piece. As the wood darkens due to exposure these affected areas remain lighter and typically present themselves in the form of blotches and streaks. We make every effort to eliminate silica from our Select & Clear grade flooring, however, it is not uncommon for some boards to make it past the inspection process. Because silica is a naturally occurring mineral within the tree it is not considered a defect and is not basis for a claim.

TIGERWOOD - NATURAL

Grade: Select 

Janka Hardness: 1850 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-1/4" X 3/4" and 5" x 3/4"

Length: 1' - 6'

Box Size: 3-1/4" - 22.75 sqft/box; 5" - 23.33 sqft/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description
Tigerwood is a highly distinctive exotic wood with vibrant reddish-brown tones and prominent black striping that varies in thickness from fine strokes to thick contours. Its interlocked grain is also wavy and irregular, complimenting the wood’s dynamic appearance. Tigerwood is ranked among the more durable hardwoods with a Janka hardness rating of 1850, making Tigerwood a visually striking floor that lasts.

BRAZILIAN TEAK / CUMARU - NATURAL

Grade: Select 

Janka Hardness: 3200 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-5/8" X 3/4" 

Length: 1' - 6'

Box Size: 25 sqft/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description
Cumaru, commonly called Brazilian Teak, is a tough and dense wood imported from Brazil that has an irregular, somewhat interlocked grain and wavy, course texture. Because of its density, it is very resistant to termites and decay. Cumaru's heartwood is a medium brown with distinctive tan shades that compliment one another in with tonal warmth to create a relaxing feeling that's great to come home to.


ACACIA / ASIAN WALNUT (Small Leaf) - NATURAL

Grade: Select

Janka Hardness: 1,750 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-5/8" X 3/4"

Length: 1' - 4'

Box Size: 21.09 qft/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description
With a beautifully blended assortment of colors, Acacia flooring is a tasteful choice that exudes an unmistakable air of sophistication, all the while sporting a surprisingly reasonable price tag. Its medium to dark brown heartwood is tinged with vibrant reddish orange and accented with light yellows. With its aesthetic flair and great durability, an Acacia hardwood floor would be as complementary to curling beside the fireplace as it would for a candle-lit tango. How you choose to enjoy it is up to you.

 

ACACIA / ASIAN WALNUT (Small Leaf) - BRONZE

Grade: Select

Janka Hardness: 1,750 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-5/8" X 3/4"

Length: 1' - 4'

Box Size: 21.09 qft/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description
With a beautifully blended assortment of colors, Acacia flooring is a tasteful choice that exudes an unmistakable air of sophistication, all the while sporting a surprisingly reasonable price tag. Its medium to dark brown heartwood is tinged with vibrant reddish orange and accented with light yellows. With its aesthetic flair and great durability, an Acacia hardwood floor would be as complementary to curling beside the fireplace as it would for a candle-lit tango. How you choose to enjoy it is up to you.

GOLD COAST ACACIA (Middle Leaf) - BLONDE

Grade: Character

Janka Hardness:  1150 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 5" X 3/4" 

Length: 1' - 4'

Box Size: 23.25 sqft/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description 

Mid leaf Acacia is less visually striking vs Short Leaf. Furthermore, Mid Leaf has far less character in its grain and less variation in the individual planks, it is also softer wood. 



KEMPAS - NATURAL

Grade: Select, A Grade

Janka Hardness: 1750 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 31/2"  X  3/4" 

Length: 1' - 6'

Box Size: 17.44 sqft/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description 

Kempas is generally imported from Asia and grows in Malaysia and Indonesia. The heartwood is a fairly consistent color which ranges from orange-red to reddish-brown with subtly contrasting yellow to pale white tones. The heartwood will darken with time. 

ROBINIA TEAK - GOLDEN

Specie: Black Locust

Grade: Character

Janka Hardness:  1750 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-5/8" X 3/4"  

Length: RL 1' - 4'

Box Size: 24.95 sf/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide, 9 Finish Coats

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description 

Black Locust is a very hard and strong wood, competing with Hickory (Carya genus) as the strongest and stiffest domestic timber: but with more stability and rot resistance. Although it shares a similar common name with Honey Locust, the two aren't in the same genus, (Robinia and Gleditsia, respectively).

ROBINIA TEAK - MOCHA

Specie: Black Locust

Grade: Character

Janka Hardness:  1750 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-5/8" X 3/4"  

Length: RL 1' - 4'

Box Size: 24.95 sf/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide, 9 Finish Coats

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description 

Black Locust is a very hard and strong wood, competing with Hickory (Carya genus) as the strongest and stiffest domestic timber: but with more stability and rot resistance. Although it shares a similar common name with Honey Locust, the two aren't in the same genus, (Robinia and Gleditsia, respectively).

ROBINIA TEAK - SILVERWOOD

Specie: Black Locust

Grade: Character

Janka Hardness:  1750 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-5/8" X 3/4"  

Length: RL 1' - 4'

Box Size: 24.95 sf/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide, 9 Finish Coats

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description 

Black Locust is a very hard and strong wood, competing with Hickory (Carya genus) as the strongest and stiffest domestic timber: but with more stability and rot resistance. Although it shares a similar common name with Honey Locust, the two aren't in the same genus, (Robinia and Gleditsia, respectively).

ROBINIA TEAK - WILDWOOD

Specie: Black Locust

Grade: Character

Janka Hardness:  1750 (pounds)

Nominal Size: 3-5/8" X 3/4"  

Length: RL 1' - 4'

Box Size: 24.95 sf/box

Finish: UV Urethane Low Gloss Aluminum Oxide, 9 Finish Coats

Certifications: Lacey Act, CARB II

Specie Description 

Black Locust is a very hard and strong wood, competing with Hickory (Carya genus) as the strongest and stiffest domestic timber: but with more stability and rot resistance. Although it shares a similar common name with Honey Locust, the two aren't in the same genus, (Robinia and Gleditsia, respectively).