South American Exotic Hardwood Decking
TigerDeck® is a complete Tigerwood Decking system unlike any other. We package naturally strong Tigerwood decks with BlackTalon® Universal Deck Fasteners to give you a TigerDeck that is durable, easy to install, beautiful and low maintenance. Graded in the USA, TigerDeck Tigerwood deck lasts 2-3 times longer than Redwood, Western Red Cedar, or treated wood and is naturally rot and insect resistant. We stand behind every product we sell with a 25-year limited warranty.
Q: Is TigerDeck the same thing as IPE?
A: No, TigerDeck is different than IPE. While both are South American hardwoods, they actually are a different species of trees, with TigerDeck coming from the Astronium spp. tree.
Q: Do I need to seal and/or stain TigerDeck?
A: No, it doesn't have to be sealed if you don't mind the product slowly changing color. The product will perform just as well, but it's color will go through a transformation, at first darkening to a deep auburn in the first few weeks and then eventually turning a silverish grey.
If you want to maintain the color of TigerDeck, you should seal all sides with one of their recommended U.V. sealants. The sealant should be re-applied every year with roughly two coats. Learn more here: http://tigerdeck.com/maintenance/
Q: How do I fasten down each deck board?
A: TigerDeck has a patented clip system that installs with a grooved deck board. It's one of the best clips on the market, and will easily last the lifetime of your deck.
If you're working with a S4S product, you can face screw with their plugs and screws kit.
Q: Why can't I buy all the same length deck boards?
A: In order to get the most out of each log and ensure long-term sustainability, TigerDeck is sold in what's called "Random Length" tallies. This means you'll get a mix of boards ranging from 8'-20'. This is standard for many clear and exotic wood products, and any experienced deck builder will have no issues.
Available Sizes and Profiles
TigerDeck is available in Missouri and Illinois, including St. Louis, Columbia, Quincy, Chesterfield, St. Peters, Rolla, Jefferson City, Cape Girardeau, Springfield, Mt. Vernon, Decatur, Marion, Jacksonville, Champaign. MO IL