Garapa decking boards finger-jointed
The finger-jointed decking boards made of FSC®-certified Garapa wood achieve a very high level of durability in combination with a significantly reduced risk of warping. Finger-jointing also offers the advantage that the yield from the tree is increased. This means that the planks can be offered at a relatively low price and are particularly sustainable.
✓ Finger-jointed for reduced risk of warping
✓ Proven processing from timber construction
✓ Resistance class 1-2 according to DIN standard
✓ Light, homogeneous wood, slightly darkening
✓ FSC®-certified, from sustainable forestry
✓ transparent origin
✓ direct sales
✓ climate-neutral shipping
The Betterwood we will be happy to support you in the planning and installation of your Garapa decking boards. We offer you a terrace planner, terrace calculator and advice on all aspects of designing and planning your wooden terrace - all directly online and free of charge.
Our sorting criteria
Every decking board is checked by us for errors. However, not every irregularity is sorted out. You can find out in detail what you can expect from our manual sorting in our sorting criteria.sorting criteria
Comparison of terrace wood
What our selected decking wood has in common: ✓ high durability ✓ very good technical properties ✓ sustainable origin. Here is an overview of the special features:
✓ best durability
✓ particularly robust and scratch-resistant
✗ partly rough surface
✗ high power development
Tip: Floorboards should be sanded after weathering.
✓ smooth surface
✓ homogeneous, light color
✗ Ferrous substances lead to discolouration
✗ unbolted tendency to warp
Tip: Terrace cleaning removes discoloration and professional interim storage avoids warping.
✓ smooth surface
✓ Rich color and grain
✗ unoiled tends to crack
✗ Colored ingredients wash out
Tip: Clean and oil decking after laying.
✓ best durability and dimensional stability
✓ Lowest risk of cracks and splinters
✗ relatively expensive
✗ no very long planks
Tip: Lay decking boards together.
Substructure: wood instead of aluminium
For this decking board, we recommend a substructure made of hardwood with very good resistance (at least class 1-2). We advise against an aluminum substructure, since the risk of the screws tearing off is too great here due to the rigidity of the material.hardwood substructure
Accessories for wooden terraces
Only work with accessories that have been tested and approved for use with this particularly resistant type of wood. Ask the manufacturer about suitability or choose products from our range that have already been tested for the specific application. You will find an overview of the accessories required for your terrace construction on this page grocery list. You will receive an individual and free calculation if you use our terrace planner use.Recommended accessories
Our volume discounts
The Betterwood receive a 1% discount for every €1.000 order. You can quickly save a few hundred euros on your project. The discount will be displayed on the shopping cart page and deducted directly from your purchase.
|from € 1.000||1% discount||about 10 €|
|from € 2.000||2% discount||about 40 €|
|from € 3.000||3% discount||about 90 €|
|from € 4.000||4% discount||about 160 €|
|from € 5.000||5% discount||about 250 €|
|from € 6.000||6% discount||about 360 €|
|from € 7.000||7% discount||about 490 €|
|from € 8.000||8% discount||about 640 €|
|from € 9.000||9% discount||about 810 €|
|from € 10.000||10% discount||about 1.000 €|
|from € 11.000||11% discount||about 1.210 €|
|from € 12.000||12% discount||about 1.440 €|
|from € 13.000||13% discount||about 1.690 €|
|from € 14.000||14% discount||about 1.960 €|
|from € 15.000||15% discount||about 2.250 €|
Finger-jointed terrace wood
Finger-jointing is a tried-and-tested wood connection in timber construction, through which individual pieces of solid wood are put together to form a longer piece of decking wood. Wedge-shaped prongs on the ends of the pieces of wood interlock and are weatherproof glued together. This can be seen on the surface of the plank, but fades into the background with weathering and the formation of the patina.
Finger-jointing offers various advantages: the wood is less prone to warping and the tree trunk can be used more efficiently, which makes the product particularly sustainable and usually also cheaper.