Premium Brazilian Decking

Deck Builder America makes use of the finest premium Brazilian decking materials for homeowners all over the Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Marietta, Duluth, Alpharetta, Decatur, Kennesaw, Roswell, Cumming, Norcross, Lawrenceville, Johns Creek and Smyrna, GA area. If you and your family are thinking about getting a gorgeous deck built in the backyard of your home, then this is a great decking material for you to consider getting installed. We guarantee that you and your loved ones are going to love spending time out on your deck during the warm and sunny days of summer, and even on the cool, crisp fall nights. Regardless of why you want a deck designed and built, we know that you will be pleased with the look and feel of premium Brazilian decking.

Take a look below at the types of durable premium Brazilian decking that we can provide for you:




Ipe is a gorgeous walnut color and is very easy to maintain. This is great news for the busy Georgia homeowner who wants a beautiful deck, but doesn't want to spend hours every weekend maintaining it. It features dark brown tones, and when the sun hits it just right, you may also notice a reddish or greenish tint.





Tigerwood is an exotic Brazilian hardwood material. It is a stunning reddish brown color, and also features dark brown stripes which run through each of the boards. This decking material is known for its sturdiness and is even 2.5 times harder than Oak deck building materials.



Garapa is a lovely honey gold color and is roughly 2.5 times harder than Oak, just like the Tigerwood material. It is durable, lasting, and is very consistent in color. It is sometimes referred to as Brazilian Oak. It's perfect for the homeowner who wants to build a deck with a lighter-color wooden material.

Select Massaranduba


Select Massaranduba is a vibrant Brazilian hardwood which is a little lighter than Ipe. It features gorgeous reddish tones and is sometimes referred to as Brazilian Redwood. If you are a homeowner with a brick or sided home which features dark tones or reddish trim, then this deck material is ideal for you.



Jatoba is sometimes referred to as Brazilian Cherry. It is known for its gorgeous reddish cast, and it has a thickness of 2350 - making it 2.5 times harder than tradtional Oak materials. Sometimes Jatoba is installed together with Ope or Massaranduba for a two-tone effect, or if you are wanting a handrail system that is made from a different material.

Honduran Mahogany


Honduran Mahogany is a stunning wood choice for your deck. It is endangered and limited to native Central and South America locations. All of the Honduran Mahogany we install is grown at the Fiji Plantation. This wood is grown in ideal lengths for deck building purposes. This is also a great choice if you are a homeowner looking for a lighter wood color.



Cumaru is a fantastic choice for your Brazilian hardwood deck. This wood is ideal if you are planning on having a deck built out of face screws or a plug system. It's nearly three times harder than Oak and has long life expectancy. It's also naturally resistant to insects, mold, and mildew. It is sometimes referred to as Brazilian Teak.

Angelim Pedra


Angelim Pedra is a hardwood with a prominant grain pattern that will provide your deck with a beautiful, rich look. If you are wanting a more natural wooden grain look and feel, then this is the perfect Brazilian decking material for you. The coloring runs from a tan color to an almost yellowish color with brown and darker red vertical grains. It's also a very strong and hard hardwood material.



Greenheart is known for use in docks and harbors, so if this is is the look you are wanting to recreate in your own backyard, then this is the ideal decking material for your home. It is commonly chosen by homeowners because of its ex treme hardness and high resistance to water, insects, and mold.

Brazilian Wood Accessories





Ipe clips are made specifically for Brazilian decking materials to give your deck a clean, beautifully-finished look with no screw heads sticking out anywhere. These clips are made to go into the grooves that can be milled in the sides of your boards. The Ipe Clip Extreme will easily fit into the groove while the stainless steel screw goes through your hardwood and then into your joist to hold your hardwood boards tightly into place. This is a very dependable and secure hidden fastening system.

Deck Clips

deck clips


These deck clips are a unique design that securely grips to all types of deck boards, locking them securely into place. The screw goes straight down into your joist so there is no pre-drilling required. The base of the clip makes spacing boards easy, creating an even 1/5th inch gap between boards. These are great hidden fasteners.