Gold Coast Miami Ipe Decking By Advanced Building Supplies
Miamians! Hear Ye Hear Ye. Ipe or Brazilian hardwoods like Garapa or Tigerwood is the Decking you have been looking for. Down here, we need a deck that can withstand the extremes. We need a deck that can
- Stand up to the heavy use of a deck where we only have one season, Summer!
- Weather Class 5 Hurricanes
- Withstand brutal sun day after day
- Ignores mold and mildue from our daily summer rains
- Maintain its shape and not Sag between joists
- Stay together and not splinter into our feet
- Maintain its value long after installation
- Can be used for Commercal as well as Residentail
- Be an asset when we sell
What we need is Ipe Decking!!!!
Ipe is one of hardest woods on Earth. You do not need to overkill on ipe, just a lowly 1×6 is ample for spaning 16″ oc joists for your Dock or Deck. Your ipe
Ipe cousin, a Garapa Boardwalk
We have spoken to may happy customers who feel that Ipe is the only way to go. Ipe decking subjected to 90+ degree days for months on end has the durability to last years!
Ipe Maintenance is a dream. There is none requred. Your ipe deck will last your lifetime. If you want to keep your Ipe brown then you will have to periodically apply a finisher.
No Hot Tootsies: Most people on the coast just allow ipe or their Brazilian hardwood like garapa to gray. It actually turns Silver Gray. Gray is lighter and as such does not absorbe heat. Great for our bare feet.
So What’s the Perfect Choice to build a Florida Deck?
Miami homeowners build with Brazilian hardwood! The best wood to use for Miami Decks and Docks is Ipe. Ipe premium grade hardwood the investment to add a luxury in a deck or dock for your home.
Ipe decking adds special beauty to your Gold Coast home.
We deliver to Gold and Treasure coast and across to Naples, including but not limited to, Miami, Homestead, Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne, Coral Gables, Coral Way, South Miami, and Kendal, Pembroke Pines, Miramar, Cooper City, West Hollywood, Hollywood, Ft Lauderdale, West Sunrise, Margate, Tamarac, North Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Parkland, and Plantation, Oakland Park, Pompano Beach and Deerfield Beach