Teak, also known as Burmese teak or genuine teak (Tectona grandis), is a highly valued hardwood native to southern Asia, now grown widely across tropical regions on plantations. This remarkable tree reaches heights


Yellowheart, also known as Pau Amarello or Amarillo in Central America, is a vibrant and distinct hardwood hailing from Brazil. This remarkable timber reaches towering heights of 100-130 feet with trunk diameters of

Tigerwood (Zebrawood)

Goncalo Alves, also known as Tigerwood, Jobillo, Muiracatiara, or Zebrawood in Central America, is a distinguished hardwood originating from Mexico down to Brazil. This wood is celebrated for its durability and eye-catching appearance,

Spanish Cedar

Spanish Cedar, known scientifically as Cedrela odorata, is a valued wood native to Central and South America and the Caribbean, with some growth on plantations. This timber, reaching 65-100 feet in height and

South American Mahogany

South American Mahogany, scientifically known as Swietenia Macrophylla, is renowned for its beautiful heartwood that spans a range of light to dark reddish-brown colors. With a straight to interlocked grain and a medium