Brazilian Ipe decking in Rockville, MD, is made from an oily tropical hardwood in the Ironwood family. A natural powerhouse with a Class A Fire Resistant rating, Brazilian Ipe decking in Rockville, MD is inherently resistant to mold, decay, pests, stains, and diseases. These qualities make Ipe (pronounced ee-PAY) one of the most durable species of lumber available and nearly perfect for positively beautiful, maintenance-free outdoor decking.
Legendary for it’s extended durability, commonly from 25 - 50 years if left untreated, what material other than Brazilian Ipe decking in Rockville, MD can deliver this level of distinctive performance? One more buzz-worthy fact - Ipe was chosen for construction of The Coney Island Boardwalk. It was built in 1923 to be virtually indestructible in the extreme climate conditions of the Atlantic coastline, and the original Brazilian Ipe decking lasted under heavy wear for 25 years. Imagine what gorgeous, maintenance-free Brazilian Ipe decking in Rockville, MD, can do to enhance your outdoor environment today.
Extremely hard, heavy and dense, with extreme cutting resistance, Ipe is a difficult wood to work. But it is truly the pinnacle of perfection in wood decking. Weathering to an elegant silver gray patina with a natural, moderate luster, this rare tropical species is endangered in the wild, so purchase Brazilian Ipe decking in Rockville, MD, that comes with a sustainable forestry certification from the Forest Stewardship Council.
With artful advanced carpentry and complete engineering/design services, the consummate professionals at Land Works have the skills, experience, and award-winning talents to custom-install elegant, unique Brazilian Ipe decking for discriminating Rockville, MD, homeowners.
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