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Tatajuba Decking and Decks

We have sold a lot of Tatajuba over the years.  For more effecenty, we decided to eliminate this as one of our main line products.  We do get Tatajubadecking and Tatajubalumber in on occasion.   Try calling if you need Tatajubaand we will see if we can accomidate you.   ABSWood also carries a lot of other Brazilian hardwoods like Ipe and Garapa that may meet your needs.

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Tatajuba Decking Specifications


Tatajuba Decking is one of the closest mimics of Ipe. Tatajuba is an exotic hardwood that is naturally resistant to rot, decay and insect attack. Tatajuba decking offers a 25+ year lifespan without preservatives!


Tatajuba Decking is yellowish gold turning a consistent deep russet brown over the first few months in sunlight. The color transformation is very dramatic. The consistent brown color continues to weather to silver tone but more slowly than Ipe or other species. As it weathers, the grain raises slightly, usually sufficient to prevent the deck from becoming slippery when wet.

Tatajuba Decking Characteristics: Tatajuba is yellowish gold turning a consistent deep russet brown over the first few months in sunlight.

Tatajuba Color: Medium Brown - can be darkened with a tinted finisher. As with all hardwood, there will be variations in color and grain which add to the individual character

Tatajuba Hardness: Janka hardness: 2200 lb – harder than Hard Maple (Janka 1450) and Oak (Janka 1360)

NOTE: Due to stability problems, ABS Wood no longer carries Tatajuba.