Wood specie & finishing
Untreated wood. Weather-resistant treatment.
XXL wide planks, slip resistant
Garapa, wood from Brazil.
1 side smooth and the other one striated
Grade and Standard
E1 Standard : very low emission of formaldehydes, in line with the set threshold.
Wood specie specification
Garapa has a unique colour and veins. It offers deep caramel shades. With bright tones and subtle veins, Garapa gets nicer and more beautiful with time. It is very resistant to wear and tear. Resistance to insects and mildew: good
To embellish your exterior, wood strips allow you to install real floorboards and create living areas that are both welcoming and comfortable. Decking boards are mostly on offer in exotic woods due to their density and their longevity in resisting the elements.
Wood is a natural living material. It’s warm, attractive and ecological. It stands up to tests of time and needs little maintenance. It has low thermal conductivity and so remains at a temperature that is never too hot to touch. These qualities make it the first choice when creating or renovating a garden terrace.
Wood is a living product that changes over time. Changes in colour and appearance are perfectly normal. Ultra-violet light changes the colour of deck boards and tiles to a silvery grey but your decking will still be as hard-wearing as ever.
Décoplus Parquets has selected a range of extremely hard-wearing materials that are suitable for outdoor use.
When considering wooden decking, follow the rules of the FCBA, the Association Terrasse Bois, the CSTB, and the DTU 51.4 Platelages Extérieurs Bois.