Compared with red oak, the Santos/Cabreuva species is 71% harder (just slightly harder than the Tigerwood species) with 28% more dimensional stability.
The Santos/Cabreuva has a dark reddish-brown tone, while the Tigerwoods coloring is suggested by its name, striped and ranging from a light tan to a dark orange-brown.
|Essential Properties:||Available in Architectural salvage, Environmentally Green|
|Material:||Exotic Wood, Wood|
|Floor Type:||Solid Wood|
|Dimensions:||3" Thickness x 3" W|