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Garapa is one of nature's most attractive hardwood decking options.

Garapa Hardwood - Golden Splendor with Strength to Match

Our customers who own a deck made of Garapa hardwood tell us that they now own the deck they always dreamed of. It's easy to see why. The array of golden to warm honey browns creates an instantly inviting space you'll want to escape to after a hard day's work.

Our Garapa decking is:

  • Ready and able to naturally resist mold, decay, and termites
  • Beautiful. I mean, look at the picture above. The stuff is just gorgeous!
  • 30 - 50% more affordable than imitation looking composite deck materials
  • Easy to cut and ready to be enjoyed right after it's installed
  • Durable enough to last for over 30 years without constant repair or treatment

The best part about buying Garapa decking from us? Of course, it's the price. Our Garapa prices are second to none and the most cost-effective in the market. No middle man. No hassles. Contact us today to buy or get a Garapa decking hardwood quote.

Build tomorrow's memories with today's best materials. Buy Garapa Decking.

Garapa Decking Hardwood Prices

Hardwood this beautiful shouldn't be this cheap. But it is. Take advantage now of the following Garapa decking prices. Have any questions? Call or email us directly.

We'd love to help you with general deck building questions, or with getting a free Garapa decking hardwood quote.

All prices are per lineal feet unless otherwise stated.

Item Description Price
1 x 4
3/4" X 3 1/2" $1.59
1 x 6
3/4" x 5 1/2" $2.09
5/4 x 4
1" X 3 1/2" $1.89
5/4 x 6
1" X 5 1/2" $2.99
1 x 4 Pregrooved
3/4" X 3 1/2" $1.99
1 x 6 Pregrooved
3/4" x 5 1/2" $2.49
5/4 x 6 Pregrooved
1" X 5 1/2" $3.39
1 x 4 One-Sided Pregrooved
3/4" X 3 1/2" $1.99
1 x 6 One-Sided Pregrooved
3/4" x 5 1/2" $2.49
5/4 x 6 One-Sided Pregrooved
1" X 5 1/2" $3.39
1 x 4 T&G
11/16" X 3" $2.34
1 x 6 T&G
11/16" X 5" $2.84
5/4 x 6 T&G
15/16" X 5 1/2" $3.74
1x4 Shiplap Siding
11/16" X 3" $2.34
1x6 Shiplap Siding
11/16" X 5" $2.84
5/4x6 Shiplap Siding
15/16" X 5" $3.74
2 x 2
1 1/2" X 1 1/2" $1.67
2 x 4
1 1/2" X 3 1/2" $3.44
2 x 6
1 1/2" X 5 1/2" $4.71
2 x 10
1 1/2" X 9 1/4" $9.21
4 x 4
3 1/2" X 3 1/2" $8.49

Decking sold in even and odd lengths between 6' to 20'. We can pull your order to specific lengths. There is an additional upcharge of $0.80 per lineal foot for 15+ foot lengths, and a $1.00 per lineal foot upcharge for 19' and 20' lengths.

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Garapa Deck Pictures

When does a hardwood live up to the hype? When it's a naturally beautiful one like Garapa. Here are some pictures of finished and unfinished Garapa decks. Each of these projects will give owners and guests alike a great place to sit back, relax and enjoy the day.

Are you ready to buy this gorgeous golden hardwood? Call, or email us today. We'll be happy to work with you and help you save money when you buy Garapa hardwood direct from the supplier.

Build tomorrow's memories with today's best materials. Buy Garapa Decking.

Species

Appearance

Hardness

Bending Strength

Decay Resistance

Garapa Decking

A fine-grained exotic wood that is light yellow to a warm golden color. 1210 lbs 12,900 psi Naturally durable and resistant to rot, decay, termites, splinters, and flame spread without chemical treatment.

Douglas Fir

Light reddish-brown wood with straight grain. 670 lbs. 12,400 psi Not naturally resistant to decay. Requires painting or staining to prevent decay.

Pressure Treated Decking

Deteriorates rapidly and can become brittle. Dusty yellow-green color due to chemical treatment of the wood. 690 lbs. 14,500 psi A chemical preservative, chromated copper arsenate is forced into the wood.  Offering resistance to decay, but also potential health concerns.

California Redwood

Several grades available that vary considerably in appearance and quality. Usually straight grained with a fine, even texture. Color varies from cherry-red to dark reddish-brown. 480 lbs. 10,000 psi Premium grades are more durable than most woods in common use. Resistant to decay, but relatively soft and quick to weather. Treatment is recommended.

Western Cedar

Fresh cut, this wood appears a salmon pink color which turns a coffee brown over time. Species is generally straight grained. 580 lbs. 7,500 psi This softwood is more durable than most woods in common use. Resistant to decay, but relatively soft and quick to weather. Treatment is recommended.

Philippine Mahogany

Interlocked grain similar to true mahogany, but with a courser texture. Species is generally medium to dark brown. 760 lbs. 12,000 psi Only the dark red species are resistant to decay. Although more durable than cedar and redwood, it is still relatively soft compared to Ipe Decking.