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A Note From our Experts
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. The Cumaru wood species has a medium toned earthy brown color that is a popular choice for many functions. Cumaru offers uniform coloring overall compared to many exotic counterparts giving it a sophisticated appearance. The long-grain pattern of the wood gives a subtle wavy design which is soft and appealing. 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 floor that will last a lifetime.
This product carries the FSC Certification ensuring the product comes from a responsibly managed forest that provides environmental, social, and economic benefits.
|Other Names||Brazilian Teak|
|Length||Random to 7'|
|Finish||Polyurethane with Aluminum Oxide|
|Janka Hardness||3540 psi|
|Connection||Tongue & Groove|
|Installation||Nail Down / Floating / Glue Down|
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