Cumaru Wood: An Eco-Friendly Solution for Exterior Decking

Cumaru wood is an excellent solution for your exterior decking. This type of material is usually brought in fromCumaru plantations, making it the more sustainable choice. Here are just some of the many reasons Cumaru wood is an eco-friendly choice for decking:

  1. Amazing life span – When you use Cumaru wood for your interior and exterior decking, you probably won’t need to replace it for a long time. Cumaru wood is extremely durable and strong. It can resist moisture, so you don’t have to worry about your decking decaying or rotting.
  2. Natural oil – Thanks to the natural oil content of Cumaru wood, there is no need to use harmful chemicals to get rid of termites. Cumaru wood is naturally resistant to termites as well as other insects. The wonderful makeup of Cumaru wood also means you won’t need other materials such as varnishes and other chemical substances to ensure your decking is spick and span. In fact, if you need to clean Cumaru wood, all it needs is pressure wash or common deck cleaner. There is absolutely no need for harmful house cleaning materials.
  3. Insect and decay resistance-Cumaru can easily last for decades as it is so hard that insects cannot attack it nor weather rot it.   A Cumaru deck will be an asset when you sell your home.

    Cumaru is on the pricier end compared to other materials but just think of the long-term advantages and benefits. You can save a lot of money when you opt for this top quality choice. Hire an experienced and qualified contractor to install your interior and exterior Cumaru wood decking.

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