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Very durable timber and is resistant to both rot and insect attack 

Iroko has been commonly used in New Zealand for the past 35 years in the marine and joinery trades. JSC Timber import FSC 100% Iroko to NZ. Sourced from responsible forests in West Africa, from one of the global leaders in responsible management of tropical forests. 

JSC Timber is proud to be associated with this West African operation that aims to improve the social and economic welfare of forest workers and the local communities. Offering the local population employment and training opportunities, as well as providing health services and education. 

Iroko is an extremely versatile timber, suitable for all interior and exterior uses. Including but not limited to decking, flooring, boatbuilding, cabinetry and furniture. It is a very durable timber and is resistant to both rot and insect attack.  

We have extensive experience working with your experts to help you design unique, strong facades and structures that will last for generations. Scroll through the gallery above to be inspired and contact us today for your personalised quote.

Tags: Durable, Hardwood, Dark colour, Indoor & outdoor use, Stains & paints well, Oil & polishes well, Fsc, Sustainably sourced
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  • COMMON NAME: Iroko 
  • BOTANICAL NAME(S): Milicia Excelsa and Milicia Regia 
  • COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: West Africa 
  • WOOD TYPE: Hardwood  
  • TIMBER COLOUR: Yellow through to golden or medium Brown 
  • GRAIN: Medium to coarse texture, with open pores and an interlocked grain. 
  • TYPICAL USES: Residential Decking, Commercial Decking & Boardwalks, Flooring 
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