Premium Wood Supplier Proud to Offer New Ipe Decking in New York
Leesburg, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2013 -- Advanced Building Supplies Wood, a premium retailer of Brazilian hardwood, is pleased to announce that it now has a Brazilian wood known as Ipe decking in stock. The arrival of Ipe wood coincides perfectly with current efforts to rebuild New York after Hurricane Sandy.
What makes Ipe wood from ABS Wood a good choice for decks? Here are just a few reasons. It’s fire resistant, low maintenance, environmentally friendly, scratch resistant, termite resistant, mold and fungus resistant, and has a service life of over 50 years. In other words, it’s incredibly durable and requires little to no maintenance, because it doesn’t need treatment of protective chemicals to stay healthy and look great. Even better, customers who get their Ipe hardwood from ABS get to enjoy premium, retail-quality decking at wholesale pricing.
Of course, in addition to Ipe deck wood for sale, ABS Wood offers a wide variety of the best hardwoods on the market for less, such as Garapa, Tigerwood, and Cedar wood. The company also provides a number of useful accessories, including everything from deck clips and headcote screws to enhancements like the wood or fortress railing. According to a spokesperson for the company, “Our goal is to help you be successful in creating the deck of your dreams!” With excellent wholesale pricing and wood products of premium grade and quality control, ABS Wood is the premier solution for decking wood in New York and North America, as well as Europe, Asia, and Central America.
About ABS Wood
For a number of years, ABS Wood has worked hard to offer the finest and most extensive selection of premium hardwoods to its loyal customers. Specializing in the gorgeous Ipe wood, ABS has proven itself to be one of the leaders among quality wood retailers. For great customer service and decks that will last for years, ABS Wood is the right destination for any premium wood buyer. For additional information please visit, http://www.abswood.com/.