Garapa Wood

Garapa wood is a South America native hardwood that has a golden to yellowish brown color. Being naturally chatoyant, the Garapa hardwood color shifts from light yellow to dark brown in different angles. The hardness of Garapa wood makes it a popular choice for outdoor decking and furniture, as it is resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage.

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About Garapa Wood

Buy the best quality Garapa wood logs at guaranteed lowest prices from a reliable and experienced wood supplier. We deliver to all locations in major countries and cities in Asia, Africa, Europe, America and other regions. All our timber is sustainably harvested and processed, making it a renewable resource, and delivered through our in-house shopping system to ensure quality and sustainability. Contact us to know more.

Garapa trees are 65-100 ft tall and have 3-5 ft trunk diameter on average. With a janka hardness rating of 1650 lbf, it is considered fairly hard and dense and is also rated as durable. The grain is usually straight with a uniform texture. Garapa is prone to insect attacks and termites but is resistant to decay.

In terms of use, Garapa lumber is considered easy to work. It finishes and glues well. The wood is primarily used for exterior applications such as boatbuilding, flooring, garapa decking and dock because of its high durability. The wood logs are commonly used for construction and by woodworkers.

Garapa wood for sale is easily available in most locations and is moderately priced.

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Use the contact form on our website to send your requirements. Make sure to mention the dimensions, size and amount of wood that you need. Also, all the lumber products that we sell at CameroonTimberExportSarl have been produced, processed and handled sustainably by expert & trained woodworkers.

From production to processing and delivery, we personally handle everything through our in-house team. In addition to wood logging and timber, we also provide many other lumber related services, including exotic hardwood treatment, transportation, brokerage, wood drying & processing, and others.