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5/4" x 6" Garapa Decking Board
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Everlasting Hardwoods :: Garapa Decking :: Top Surface :: 1" x 6" Garapa Decking Board




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1" x 6" Garapa Decking Board
1" x 6" Garapa Decking Board

Net: 3/4" x 5-1/2"

Starting at $2.19 per LF

  • Surfaced four sides with corners eased
  • Gives the traditional plank decking appearance
  • Used in combination with 1 x 4 to give a two width appearance
  • 3/4" thickness provides a lighter weight deck
  • 8' & 10' = $2.19/LF | 12' & 15' = $2.56/LF | 16'-20' = $2.79/LF

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Enhance the aesthetics and durability of your outdoor space

Our Garapa decking is an elegant and exotic addition to any outdoor space. Often referred to as Brazilian Ash or Grapia, Garapa is one of the highest quality exotic hardwoods. Its benefits include a high resistance to scratches, decay, and insects, making it ideal for outdoor deck construction.

Features of Garapa Decking:

  • Boasts a lighter tone, ranging from pale yellow to deep gold
  • Fine-grained surface, similar to maple or mahogany
  • Strong, high-density composition stands up to the elements
  • Retains a smooth, like-new appearance for decades
  • Weathers to a soft silvery hue when left uncoated with a UV inhibitor or stain

At Everlasting Hardwoods, we personally visit our suppliers and obtain our Garapa decking from reputable producers, ensuring that our decking is legally harvested in a responsible manner and from authorized concessions. We also buy only kiln-dried garapa, as it is more stable than air-dried lumber. This is particularly important in these wider planks, which are prone to shrinking if air-dried.