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Everlasting Hardwoods :: Tigerwood Decking :: Top Surface :: 1 x 6 Tigerwood Decking Board




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1 x 6 Tigerwood Decking Board
1" x 6" Tigerwood Decking Board
 

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

Starting at $2.13 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

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Introduce an exotic flair to outdoor spaces

Our hand-selected Tigerwood decking board is a bold and exotic addition to any outdoor space. Also known as Goncalo Alves, Brazilian Koa, and Muiracatiara, Tigerwood combines extreme durability with unique aesthetics. Incorporating a wide range of hues, it seamlessly complements most any décor. Tigerwood gets its name from the unique and majestic black striping that naturally occurs in many boards.

Features of Tigerwood Decking:

  • Light golden brown to reddish brown tones, accented by streaks of black and brown
  • Appealing narrow board appearance is reminiscent of Northeast hardwoods
  • Can be combined with 1 x 6 planks for a wider appearance
  • Highly resistant to rot, decay, termites, and wear and tear

At Everlasting Hardwoods, we personally travel to Brazil to ensure that our suppliers legally harvest all of our Tigerwood decking wood from responsibly managed forests that produce renewable resources. We also buy only kiln-dried Tigerwood, as it is more stable than air-dried lumber. This is particularly important when working with planks that are narrow in thickness, which are prone to twisting if air-dried.