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Wood Catalog

Discover our full catalog of imported and exotic woods.

We only sell hardwoods and all come with a 5 to 10 year limited warranty on the varnish, depending on the type of wood and application.

We can add color to the wood to match your tastings or to make it more uniform

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  • Cumaru

    Heartwood tends to be a medium to dark brown, sometimes with a reddish or purplish hue; some pieces may have streaks of yellowish or greenish brown. Unlike most other woods, Cumaru’s color tends to lighten with exposure to light. Cumaru has excellent durability and weathering properties. The wood is rated
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  • Bocote

    Has a yellowish brown body with dramatic dark brown to almost black stripes. Color tends to darken with age. Also, the grain patterning can be quite striking. Heartwood is rated from moderately durable to very durable depending on the species. With its striking, zebra-like contrasts, and bold figuring, Bocote can
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  • Jabin

    Is a very hard wood from the Yucatan Peninsula. Its wood is very appreciated because of is beautiful patterns and strength. It is used for the building of docks, boardwalks, poles, flooring and cattle enclosures, among other uses. Uses: Indoor flooring, outdoor furniture. We guarantee the varnish for 10 years
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  • Katalox

    Also called Ebony or Ebano in Spanish, this is a dense black wood that may refer to similar wood from different species. Ebony's fine texture and smooth finish when polished make it a valuable ornamental wood. Ebony is heavy enough to sink in water, and is a rare and costly
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  • Machiche

    Also called Jatoba or Brazilian Cherry, this hardwood grows from the Caribbean and southern Mexico to northern South America and Brazil. The wood's yellowish-brown to dark reddish-brown gives it a distinct color. Machiche wood features low cupping, splitting and splintering characteristics, and is also highly resistant to rotting. Machiche also
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  • Pucte

    Also known as Caribbean Ipe or “Bullet Wood”; the name is not a mystery. This wood is heavy and extremely hard, dense and durable, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor installations. Whether you use it for your patio deck or your living room, it will look luxurious and
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  • Tzalam

    Also called Caribbean Walnut. This is a high-density wood from Mexico. This wood is fairly fine-textured with a straight open grain and colors that range from light brown to chocolate. These mostly-brown hardwood floors will ometimes have streaks of red or lustrous brown, might at times be faintly striped in
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  • Ciricote

    Color ranges from medium to dark brown, sometimes with either a green or purple hue, with darker bands of black growth rings intermixed. Ziricote has a very unique appearance, which is sometimes referred to as “spider-webbing” or “landscape” grain figure. Ziricote is naturally resistant to decay. A truly unique-looking wood,
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  • Birch

    Birch wood has a unique flooring heritage because it is extremely durable and has distinctive blends of lighter coloration. Each board has an intriguing combination of blonde outer edges and warm cherry-like center portions. Birch wood's varying grain patterns range from subtle swirls to highly figured flames. The result is
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  • Oak

    Oak wood has a generally even grain. Because it grows slowly, oak is notable for having many growth rings on each board. Variations in color are very limited over time, even if the oak floors are exposed to intense light. Nevertheless, Summum Exotic applies a 7-coat, UV-Resistant Lacquer finish to
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  • Maple

    Maple has a close grain that gives it a soft, even texture. While the grain is generally straight, it can also appear curly, wavy, or striped. Sometimes there is a pronounced color variation when maple is exposed to intense light, although a UV protector applied during the manufacture of flooring
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  • Ash

    Ash wood is prized for its interesting grain patterns and striking hues. Colors of ash range from the cream-colored and light almond outer portions of the tree to the rich nutty brown heartwood. Natural or unstained, Ash offers a very sophisticated look with high impact resistance. It is also extremely
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