Hardwood Decking and Siding, stocked in Atlanta from Brazilian Wood Depot is real wood with unsurpassed durability and beauty. It’s naturally resistant to rot and decay and virtually maintenance free.*

Brazilian Hardwood & Ipe Decking Benefits & Advantages

Brazilian Hardwood & Ipe Decking Benefits & Advantages

Maintenance & Value

Installing a new Brazilian hardwood deck is an investment in something which will literally last a lifetime, while raising the value of your home, and eliminating all of the headaches of typical decks.

Brazilian hardwood decking from Brazilian Wood Depot and stocked in Atlanta offers the utmost in a hassle-free, low-maintenance addition for your home. To ensure maximum color longevity, you can apply deck oil once per season. Other than that, forget about the need for treatments to prevent rotting or insect problems, forget about needing to replaced warped wood, or anything else.

Below, learn more about all of the different varieties of Brazilian hardwood decking lumber, and if you need any further inspiration, take a look at our Brazilian hardwood deck design photos.

View the beautiful rainbow of Brazilian hardwood decking options, and click on each variety for more information.

Beauty

Brazilian hardwood is beautiful, and comes in a gorgeous array of colors and species (see below). Every deck will have its own unique aesthetics, and there’s really nothing quite like it. It’s also natural and chemical-free, and our RealWood™ certification ensures that it has been sourced with a focus on sustainability and responsible forestry.

Strength & Durability

Brazilian hardwood decks are incredibly strong, and therefore durable. During the lifespan of one deck made from high quality Brazilian hardwoods, an average homeowner would have needed four or more pine or composite decks.

Consider that Ipe decking has a Janka hardness rating six times greater than pine, and three to four times greater than composite-plastic decks, while having the Class A fire rating of concrete.

How does Brazilian hardwood decking compare to Composite decking? Visit our Composite Comparison page.