The extraordinary resistance of Teak was well-known even in ancient times. Since then and thanks to its exceptional characteristics which cannot be found in other species (as its stability when in contact with foreign elements, the scarce movement and the extremely long resistance to bad whether conditions without undergoing special treatments), it is the most suitable wood for outside works.
The waterproofness and the beauty are its natural characteristics and cannot accept any intervention through artificial plantations. Undoubtedly, it is the most renowned and requested wood in the nautical industry.
The use of Teak is a choice stemming not only from an aesthetic element, but also from the technical quality required by the very high needs of the sector of the shipbuilding: unique peculiarities able to tackle the marine environment, the temperature jumps and humidity which boats are subject to, thereby granting resistance and durability all over the years.
Although the nautical sector mostly uses it for its ductility, Teak can also be used in the building sector, in the construction of high quality furniture, decks, bridges, racks, floorings, coverings, interiors.