Iroko Timber originates from West Africa and is light yellow in colour when freshly cut, turning to beautiful golden brown after time and being exposed to light. This timber can be used as an alternative to teak and features an interlocking grain with a fairly coarse texture. Ideal timber to be used externally and where strength is required.
Will take glue, screws and nails and rivals Teak with regards to general decay and insect attack.
- Name: Milicia excelsa
- Origin: West Africa
- Uses: Flooring, Garden Furniture, Doors, Stairs, Boat Building, Cabinet Making, Cladding, Kitchen Worktops, Interior & Exterior Joinery.
0.9 m ❘ 1.2 m ❘ 1.5 m ❘ 1.8 m ❘ 2.4 m ❘ 3.0 *
* Over 3.0m available. Please contact for details. Subject to availability.