Try Ipe Decking Tiles – The World’s Most Stable Decking Materials

You’ve just moved into your new home and you’re itching to “deck” it out. Perhaps it’s time to build a deck of your dream. But before you start, choose suitable decking materials. After all, your deck is an investment that will last for years to come.

What should you look for in a good decking material?

Crucial factors to consider are stability, durability, and easy maintenance. You want a material that will not warp, crack, or splinter over time. You also want something easy to clean and won’t require constant upkeep.

This is where Ipe decking tiles come in.

Ipe is one of the hardest, most durable, and most stable woods in the world. Its superior characteristics make it the perfect choice for decking tiles and an ultimate favorite for those who demand the best. Ipe is one of the world’s ten hardest woods with a Janka hardness rating of 3,680.

Aside from being low maintenance and having a natural resistance to rot, termites, and decay, Ipe is also fire resistant and extremely dense. This makes it one of the safest decking materials on the market today. And due to its density, it’s also difficult to dent or scratch.

Ipe decking installation is a breeze, too. The tiles click together using a specially designed interlocking system. Plus, the tiles can be laid on top of any existing surface, making them ideal for balconies, patios, and rooftop decks.

And when it comes to design, the sky’s the limit. You can create any deck, from a simple and functional space to a luxurious and sophisticated oasis. No matter your vision, Ipe decking tiles will help you bring it to life.

Look no further than Ipe decking tiles for the most stable, durable, and easy-to-install decking material available. They will exceed your expectations with their beauty, durability, and versatility.

Remember, your deck is an investment. So choose wisely and choose Ipe. Have fun with your Ipe decking installation!

About the Author:

Bruce Master is the general manager at Advanced Building Supplies. Advanced Building Supplies, aka ABSWood, specializes in a full line of Brazilian Hardwood products including Ipe, Garapa, Cumaru and Tigerwood. Exotic woods are a natural outgrowth for Bruce as he comes from a long line of woodworkers. His Grandfather and Father were both respected wood craftsmen and cabinet makers. In addition to managing ABS, Bruce designs, plans, and installs his own decks. Before selling Brazilian Hardwoods, Bruce worked as a generalist at a huge Ace Hardware in Miami Florida that catered to an almost exclusive clientele of contractors working on Miami Beach.


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