Special Woods Collection
Brazilian Teak is a dense hard wood with a range of colors varying from a tan brown to a reddish brown with some pieces offering a black striping. Teak has been considered by many to be the gold standard for decay resistance, and its heartwood is rated as very durable. Teak is also resistant to termites. Indigenous to South America, Brazilian teak is one of the hardest wood species in the world. It is a fairly uniform light to medium brown and may have a yellow cast. The grain is fine and interlocked, and the wood feels waxy or oily to the touch. Brazilian teak rates 3540 on the Janka hardness scale and has above average dimensional stability, making it an extremely durable and long-lasting flooring material.
Stainable to any color desired but not necessary if looking for a warm, rich floor with striking lines and contrasting tones.
2.25" / 3.25" / 4.25" x Random Lengths
On or above grade only- Nail down only- Not for use over radiant heat- Professional Installation Required