Sunday, 24 June 2018
Burmese Teak is considered to be the world's most valuable and versatile hardwood.It is one of the hardest, strongest and most durable of all timbers, highly resistant to any rotting and susceptible to termite attack.The high natural oil content and density of Burmese Teak, has very low coefficient of expansion and contraction.The rare beauty of Burmese Teak and with its rich golden brown luster and decorative grain, making it the most demanded wood for interior and exterior usage for building and floors.

Country of Origin:
Southeast Asia (Burma, Union of Myanmar)
- Strength
Burmese Teak is generally regarded as one of the strongest of woods. It is the only wood that can withstand the harsh dramatic weather changes and does not split, crack or warp.
- Flexibility
The high natural oil content and density of Burmese Teak, has a very low coefficient of expansion and contraction, combined to give the wood high degree of flexibility, making it an ideal wood for flooring.
- Stain-ability
Burmese Teak floors does not stain well due to the high oil content that protects it from rot and wear.
- Durability
Burmese Teak is very durable and susceptible to insect attack. It has natural resins called technoquinines that naturally repel termites and resist rot.
- Colour
The natural variation of colour in the grain pattern creates subtly dramatic floors that are perfect in any room where you want a touch of elegance and drama.

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