Iroko Hardwood Worktops
Also known as African teak due to its similarity in grain and colour Iroko Worktop is a much more cost effective alternative even though it is not as durable.
Iroko Worktops start off with golden brown tones but darkens down to a beautiful rich dark brown.
Attributes Of Iroko Timber:
- It has antibacterial properties
- Very hard
- Resists water well
- Dense graining
- High oil content
- More cost affective than teak
Durability and beauty are not all Iroko Worktops have to offer. Coupled with its antibacterial properties you can now have a kitchen that is not just long lasting and beautiful but hygienic as well.
Because of iroko timbers water resisting capabilities and durability it has been sort after by boat builders and wooden floor manufacturers for decades.
Samples are taken from newly cut and sanded wood. When possible, an Oiling has been applied, but the wood will remain uncharacterized. Season and shade changes are a natural process that takes time. Your sample may not reflect how your actual top will look in 8-12 months time.
Why choose us for your Iroko wood worktop needs?
- Large choice covering most species
- Researched to be the best iroko prices on the internet We include VAT
- Fast nationwide Delivery – ONLY 3-5 working days
- Our Iroko Hardwood is High grade, seasoned and from sustainable sources
- Manufactured in well managed mills
- Free advise drawn from over two decades of experience
- Free planning and fitting instructions
- Custom made cutting service available
- Iroko Worktops are sanded, flat edged (150 grit) ready to cut, oil and fit
- Direct from factory, no middlemen, lowest price UK Iroko kitchen worktops
- Our low price does not compromise quality or service
Origins of Iroko Timber
Iroko Timber is found in the Tropical jungles of Central Africa
Interesting fact about Iroko
Iroko is nicknamed the “King Tree”. Iroko (Chlorophora excelsa) roughly translates Chlorophora “royal in appearance,” and excelsa means “tall” or “high”.