Brazilian Redwood Flooring can enhance the beauty of one’s house. It can be a lovely new addition to your home. Of late this particular variant of flooring flooring has become very popular.
Brazilian Redwood is also known by the name of Macaranduba. It has a very stunning red color. Little Color variations are there but once installed it provides a superb glamorous look. Brazilian Redwood is one of the densest hardwoods which are found in the Amazon. It is very durable. The sapwood of Brazilian Redwood appears white to light brown and the hardwood is dark reddish-brown in color. It is one of the hardest wood types used for flooring options. It is more than 133 per cent harder than white oak, 75 per cent harder than hickory or pecan.
Quite a number of timber companies produce Brazilian Redwood flooring and deliver the products directly to their clients. The floorings are available in a variety of widths. Lengths vary from 1’ to 7’ ft. The flooring consists of solid wood, ¾”thick. The flooring is finished with 8 coats which are as follows:
- Stain/Primer Coating – This particular type of coating confirms great linkage between the actual raw wood & the different coatings applied on it.
- Filler Coat – Filler coating is applied to fill any open grains and pores and thus a smooth surface is generated.
- Second Fill – This coating carries on building the smooth floor surface.
- Aluminium Oxide –It provides hardness and sturdiness to the prefinished flooring. This coating is very significant as it ensures durability.
- Sealer Coat – It helps to level out the Aluminium oxide coating.
- Second Seal – It continues to smooth the surface.
- Wet On Wet Top Coat – Prefinished process is done.
- Final Top Coat – It controls polish level.
The companies accept any order size from the client. They can produce the floorings according to the needs and requirements of the client.
Properties Of Brazilian Redwood:
Brazilian Redwood is highly resilient to decay and termites. The wood stays smooth even under friction. It has no odor. The wood takes time to dry up properly. Once it gets dried, it is quite resistant to absorption of moisture.