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Bison Wood Tiles
Bison Wood Tiles are a modular preassembled rooftop decking system that features beautiful select-cut Brazilian hardwood. Bison Wood Tiles are ideal for blending the beauty and upscale appearance of real wood. They are commercial grade, are constructed with stainless steel screws, and can be periodically treated with oil to preserve and enhance their original color or left untreated to develop a natural aged finish. Bison Wood Tiles are three times harder than red oak, Class A fire rated, low-maintenance, highly durable, and long-lasting. Bison Wood Tiles work in conjunction with Bison Deck Supports for a level and strong roof-top deck.
Bison Wood Tiles utilize wood sources that have been harvested in an environmentally responsible method, designed to preserve and enhance the economic viability of rainforest hardwoods. Bison preassembled wood tiles utilize two-foot slats so that remnants from other manufacturers are used, furthering the efficient use of materials and reducing waste. Bison Ipê Wood Tile sources utilize a select cut method where only mature trees are harvested, leaving the vast majority of the forest intact. Not only does this method preserve the rainforest, but it increases the value of the wood in the local economy and discourages the need to clear the forest for farming or ranching. Bison Massaranduba Wood Tiles are certified (FSC-C013454) to Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) standards; the FSC is a third-party entity that promotes responsible management of the world's forests. An FSC certification ensures that wood products have positive environmental attributes backed by a global system of verification.
|2' x 2' Ipê Smooth|
|2' x 2' Ipê Scuff Resistant|
|2' x 2' Massaranduba Scuff Resistant|
|2' x 4' Ipê Scuff Resistant|
|2' x 4' Ipê Smooth|
|2' x 8' Ipê Smooth|
|2' x 6' Ipê Smooth|
*Custom Bison Wood Tiles can be manufactured to your specific design requirements. The above custom sizes are regularly offered.
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