Garapa Sample

Garapa, a species grown in South America, is an exceptional economical choice for outdoor applications, such as decking or siding. Low maintenance, its gold to tan coloring naturally weathers to a lovely silver-gray over time, unless a UV protectorate is applied, and it has a natural propensity to resist rot. Garapa is dense, stable, and hard, and is an excellent value given its longevity.

Kiln-Dried

DimensionsLengths
5/4×6 (1″ x 5-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′
2×4 (1-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′
2×6 (1-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′
4×4 (3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ actual)8′ – 20′

Resources

This Is Why Google And Amazon Are Building Futuristic Greenhouses

Ever wonder why office buildings have fountains in their mezzanine? Or, why Google and Amazon are building futuristic greenhouses? The answer is more than just fancy job perks, it’s actually scientific. Companies today have a greater understanding of the need for Biophilic design. Biophilia suggests that humans possess…

1010 W. 10th Exterior Siding

What does over 51,000 lineal feet of hardwood siding look like? It looks like the perfect finish to downtown Austin’s latest luxury urban living residence: 1010 W. 10. Situated on, you guessed it, 1010 West 10th St., the 3 story, 14 residence condo was developed by JB Cumby Construction and…

Images of Garapa

Explore the image gallery to see our beautiful lumber selection.

View Full Gallery