Exterpark brand decking is the first “exterior wooden floor” with the looks and comfort of an indoor hardwood floor. FSC ® certified deck boards with a worldwide patented fastening system guarantee the quality and exclusivity of this unique exterior wooden floor. Exterpark is the only hardwood decking with an invisible fixing profile making it the specifiers choice and an industry leader.
The heartwood of Ipe ranges from olive brown to near black, though it can have lighter or darker markings that are sharply separated from the yellower sapwood. Ipe is an oily appearance low-lustre wood, fine-to-medium textured, and straight to very irregularly grain. Read more about Exterpark Ipe and the Magnet profile.
For years, boat builders have prized teak’s unparalleled durability, workability and resistance to extreme weather conditions. Teak is unaffected by insects, fungus and acids making it ideal for decks and other outdoor architectural projects. Due to the natural preservative oils in teak (tectona grandis) it is virtually maintenance free. Oil finishes may be used to emphasize the rich beautiful colour of teak or if you wish, you can let it naturally weather to a warm silver-gray patina.
Iroko varies in tones from light yellow to golden brown with a coarse texture; Usually the grain is interlocked. This hardwood is very resilient making it the perfect timber to use as decking. It also shares a lot of the same characteristics as teak. Read more about Exterpark Iroko and the Magnet profile.
Kebony is a sustainable alternative to hardwoods from tropical regions. The products resemble teak and other tropical varieties of wood. It is dark, and acquires a silver grey patina over time if left untreated. One of the notable benefits of Kebonization is the resistance to weather and wear. Other notable benefits are exceptionally good decay resistance and long life span.