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South American Rainforests produce some of the hardest and most durable woods on earth, leading to their demand for a range of exterior applications. Reclaimed tropical hardwoods from local boardwalks may be the only option for utilizing these woods sustainably. The woods are also attractive as a greyed out boardwalk surface or as a re-milled and finely grained hardwood – while carrying the historic allure of Coney Island, Rockaway Beach and Atlantic City history.
Lengths3 - 14'
Color and Surface
Deep browns, greens and tans representing a range of tropical species with comparable wear and rot resistance. An extremely fine and even grain with small stable stress cracks. Virtually free of knots. The weathered grey face contains more pronounced but stable surface checks that are characteristic of the boardwalk. 95-100% heartwood.