Showcase the Beauty of Your Deck by Using Tigerwood Decking


Tigerwood is among the finest and most sustainable hardwoods available for flooring and decking. It has a delightful light golden brown to a luscious reddish brown coloring, accented by exotic streaks of black and brown, which many homeowners and designers look for to achieve a unique, elegant look. Tigerwood is extremely durable as it is naturally resistant to rotting and decay. This gives your hardwood floor, decking, or sliding as long as a 30-year lifespan, even without preservatives.

When shopping for tigerwood, choose a supplier that follows responsible and sustainable harvesting methods to ensure the preservation of this renewable resource. Tigerwood is increasingly becoming a popular alternative to many other hardwoods because it offers many of the benefits of high-end materials (sometimes even more), at a fraction of the cost. Ideal for outdoor building projects, tigerwood is an absolutely great choice of material that offers a gorgeous natural color with the eye-catching aesthetics of natural wood grain.

Plastic/synthetic composites and imitations don’t come close to the beauty of the real deal, so instead of wasting your investment on imitations, choose natural, responsibly harvested hardwoods that offer long service life. Tigerwood is an excellent alternative to teak and other expensive hardwoods, ideal for creating flawless decking, siding, and flooring. It can be used for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications, allowing for great flexibility and versatility. In addition to its natural beauty and low-maintenance characteristics, tigerwood also offers benefits like resistance to fungus and mold, unlike composites. This is true even when the wood isn’t treated with preservatives. Tigerwood is also naturally slip-resistant, making it an even more ideal choice for flooring and decking applications. If you want a biodegradable, eco-friendly, durable, and low-maintenance option that will last a lifetime, consider tigerwood for your decking needs.



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