Decking is a part you walk on in your yard, terrace, around swimming pool or lake. It can be made of wood, plastic, or a composite material that combines plastic with wood fibers. In our article, we have selected three types of wood which can be the proper material for your decking.
Larix sibirica, as known as the Siberian larch or Russian larch, is a frost-hardy tree native to western Russia, but also present northern United States and Canada.
Due to rot resistance, larch wood is especially valuable for poles, railroad tie sleepers, decking and mine props.
Robinia pseudoacacia, also known as a “fake acacia” is a medium sized hard-wood tree that grows in North America and Europe.
Due to rot resistance, and durability, robinia pseudoacacia is especially valuable for production of for furniture, flooring, paneling, and fence posts and decking.
Iroko (also known as ‘uloho’) is a large hardwood tree that grows in west coast of tropical Africa that can live up to 500 years.
Iroko is incredibly durable hard wood, and has many applications for outdoor or indoor use. Iroko is used for garden furniture, marine purposes, decking, and cladding