Ipe Wood Decking Resistance and Durability

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Ipe wood decking is often used due to the properties of wood. Ipe wood is also known as “Brazil nut”. We will see the pros and cons of this family of decks and what are the advantages of this wood compared to other species of wood. When you choose the roofing material for your outdoor area, you must meet several criteria. Of course, the pool or patio platform should be cozy and comfortable.

Experts say that ipe wood decking is almost perfect and we will see why they are so excited about this wood. When choosing the wood for your terrace, you have so many options, from traditional solid wood to exotic wood species such as cumaru, tigerwood, massaranduba, teak, merbau or garapa. Exotic wood species such as Ipe grow in different conditions and are characterized by their resistance, durability and hardness.

Ipe wood decking is resistant to putrefaction and division. The covers made of it are stable with high mechanical resistance. Virtually no maintenance required. Ipe wood parquet does not need to be sealed and regular maintenance is as easy as cleaning and cleaning stains, if stains occur. Experts advise that the material be greased as this will increase the ability to repel water and UV rays and maintain the reddish brown color of the wood.