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05.08.2019

10 reasons why teak is ‘gold’

Did you know that Teak wood is the 'gold' among hardwoods? Here are 10 interesting facts why: Teak is normally golden or medium brown and tends to darken over time. So if you are looking for a dark natural look for your outdoor furniture, then older teak wood is best for you. It is oil based, making it resistant to termites and other pests that can destroy wood. Teak is remarkably water resistant making it the preferred wood for boat...

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05.08.2019

Teak: The preferred wood for boats (and consequently, everything else)

Teak is an almost perfect wood for decking boats for a number of reasons. The first is that it resists rot, fungi and mildew. This is important because rotten wood decays and becomes weaker which results in serious degradation of boat hull structures. This damage is very costly to repair and can be avoided by investing in rot-resistant building materials like teak as well as ensuring you follow the necessary steps in taking care of your boat. Teak is also...

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05.08.2019

Differences between Teak and Mahogany wood

If wood was an imperialistic sovereign state, then Teak would be the British Monarchy and Mahogany would be its far less powerful and influential fifty seventh cousin with no claim to the throne. Because we are, in fact, a teak company, it would be easy to think we’re biased. So today in this blog post we’re going to compile a list of comparison between teak and mahogany for you so that you can understand why we think that everyone should...

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