About Cumaru

About Cumaru


If you are looking for high-quality luxury hardwood, you landed in the right place. Here at Cumaru Decking Florida, we serve the best Cumaru decking in the area. 

Our Cumaru is top quality because it comes from only first-rate sawmills in Peru, Brazil, and Colombia. 

Its undeniable aesthetic beauty, hardness, and durability make Cumaru or Brazilian Teak hardwood one of the most chosen among hardwoods. Its versatility allows you to play with your imagination and use it in many projects as you can imagine.

We invite you to know more about Cumaru decking. We know you’ll fall in love with it.

Any questions? Contact us!

About Cumaru


At Cumaru Decking Florida, all your hardwood decking and lumber needs will be taken care of. We not only carry premium and premium plus Cumaru in dimensional lumber and decking boards, but we also carry all the accessories and hardware for deck building.

With outstanding durability and hardness, Brazilian Teak is starting to become a favorite hardwood among designers and architects quickly. Perfect for high-traffic interior flooring and building outdoor structures, this tropical hardwood really stands the test of time. We offer the most sought-after hardwoods and competitive prices. We stock Brazilian Teak (also called Cumaru) and ship nationwide.

Closeup of Cumaru Hardwood


With so many options in the market, we know it can get a little dizzy to choose the right wood.

However, whenever you are thinking about building a deck where you can sit and drink something good, a gazebo for the sunny days, your pool’s floor, or anything you have in mind to make your home more beautiful, Cumaru is your go-to choice.  

Below, we present you some reasons why Cumaru is your best option.

If you want any ideas about how to use this amazing decking, we recommend visiting our blog.

Brazilian Teak

[anps_list class=”circle-arrow”][list_item]Botanical name: Dipteryx odorata[/list_item][list_item]Family: Apocynaceae[/list_item][list_item]Cumaru, Charapilla, Cumarut,
Tonka, Golden Teak, Tonquin Bean, Sarrapia, 
Brazilian Teak, Almendro[/list_item][list_item]Origin: Central and South America[/list_item][list_item]Color: Reddish auburn and honey brown tones
[/list_item][list_item]Janka Hardness: 3,330 lbf (14,800 N)[/list_item][/anps_list]

Advantages of Using Cumaru

[anps_list class=”circle-arrow”][list_item]Fire rating of concrete and steel[/list_item][list_item]Very durable and dense tropical hardwood[/list_item][list_item]No plastic or pesticide use in production, eco-friendly[/list_item][list_item]Almost as hard as Ipe, but not as costly[/list_item][list_item]Insect resistant[/list_item][list_item]Mildew and Mold resistant[/list_item][list_item]No splintering, bucking or cracking with weather exposure[/list_item][/anps_list]