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Cumaru is one of the hardest woods in the world. The installers burn through their saw blades twice as often when cutting this but it's all worth it seeing a smile on their face after a job well done.
I really like exotic woods in general but this one has the perfect combination of hardness, value, and aesthetic beauty. These are some of the most important factors for my family.
Cumaru is known for its durability and is one of the hardest of all the woods species. It is also a floor that is never out of style due to the beauty of its natural color. I love that it can match up with a lot of different woodworks such as oak cabinets and baseboards.
Cumaru, also known as Brazilian Teak, is an exotic wood species from South America that makes excellent wood flooring. Cumaru boasts a medium-toned earthy brown color that is a popular choice for many functions. Additionally, our Cumaru offers a fairly uniform coloring overall and from plank to plank. The long-grain pattern of the wood gives a subtle wavy design that is soft and appealing. Our Cumaru is well-known for its high hardness rating, making it an outstanding building material and flooring product. Incorporate its natural hardness with its aluminum oxide polyurethane finish and you have a beautiful prefinished floor that will last for years to come.
|Other Names||Brazilian Teak|
|Length||Random to 7'|
|Finish||Polyurethane with Aluminum Oxide|
|Janka Hardness||3540 psi|
|Connection||Tongue & Groove|
|Installation||Nail Down / Glue Down|