Teak decking boards

Teak planks are highly stable and resistant to cracks and splinters.  Enjoy their durability and safety.

The advantages
✓ our oldest teak
✓ minimized risk of cracks and warping
✓ splinter-free and barefoot-friendly
✓ smooth surface
✓ homogeneous silver plating
✓ well suited for furniture, privacy screens, yacht decks and more
✓ Clover teak wood FSC® 100% certified from sustainable forestry
✓ transparent origin
✓ direct sales
✓ shipped climate-neutrally


No cracks, no splinters, and no warping. Our premium teak decking board offers a smooth surface and exceptional dimensional stability.  Even after years, it maintains its impressive quality.  The silver color complements modern architecture beautifully.  Clover teak planks are not only perfect for luxurious terraces but also suitable for yacht decks, garden furniture, facade cladding, and privacy fences.  Our boards are top quality and hand-sorted for durability.  Explore endless possibilities with Clover teak.

Details & application

BioMaderas Warehouse



Technical characteristics

Thickness: 13mm, 18mm, 19mm, and customized

Width: 30mm, 40mm, 50mm, 95mm, 125mm, and customized

Length: customized range 150mm to 2400mm

Dimensional tolerance: +/- 2mm for length and width

Type of wood: Teak

Forest: FSC certified

Quality: Premium

Sorting: We check every decking board for defects. However, not every irregularity is sorted out. You can find out in detail what you can expect from our hand sorting in our sorting criteria.

Surface: Planed smooth on all sides, sanded on one side

Durability: Class A

Minimum Length: Planks can be up to 1cm longer

Front side: Plank ends are not always cut at right angels

Drying: technically dried

Out sorting criteria

Our hand sorting

Experience decking of the highest international quality standards, sourced from sustainable forestry.  Each decking board undergoes thorough checks based on our sorting criteria before delivery.  Discover our criteria and what to expect from our premium decking boards.

Color is not sorted out

No decking board is like the other. Planks of the same type of wood also differ in colour. Therefore, the decking boards are not sorted according to their colour.

Odor deckingodor is not sorted out

Some types of wood can develop an odor – especially when it is freshly laid and when it is warm and damp. This is one of the typical properties of wood. Planks are not sorted out because of their smell. The smell usually goes away after a few days or weeks.



Grain is not sorted out

No floorboard, no wooden panel and no cutting board is like the other – even if it is made of the same wood.  Annual rings differ in color and arrangement. It is not possible to sort according to specific grains.

roughness is not sorted out

Decking boards differ in their surface structure. Some planks can be a little rougher or fine wood fibers can stand up after weathering. This roughness is a characteristic of wood and is not sorted out. In the case of boards that are perceived as too rough, we recommend sanding them down with a 120 grit after the first weather exposure.


Surface cracks decking

surface cracks is not sorted out

These are superficial cracks that do not go through the full thickness of the decking. Surface cracks can occur in floorboards after long periods of drought, are among the properties typical of wood and are not sorted out. Decking oil reduces cracking.


Discoloration of stock wood is not sorted out

Dirt deckingpollution is not sorted out

A changing direction of growth of the wood fibers is referred to as interlocked grain.  As a result, not all wood fibers are planed off smoothly during planing and strip-like color changes can occur. Interlocking grain is not sorted out because it is one of the typical wood properties. The fibers can be smoothed by grinding.

Wide decking boardsPlank Width will be checked

Depending on the humidity, the widths of the decking boards change slightly. Such natural changes in width are not sorted out. However, if the width is too small or too wide due to an error in planing, the plank is sorted out.

plank lengthPlank Length will be checked

Decking boards are usually supplied with a slight oversize in length. This means that it is still possible to eliminate transport damage at the end of the plank and still install the plank in the dimensions specified in the catalogue. Planks that do not reach the length of the catalog dimensions are sorted out.

plank thicknessPlank thickness will be checked

The plank thickness can vary by a tenth of a millimeter due to humidity and temperature changes. If the plank thickness is different due to an error in the planing (as shown), the plank will be sorted out by us.


Drill hole deckingbigger hole will be checked

A hole larger than 3mm in diameter may be caused by a moisture meter, a bore or an insect. Such holes are sorted out on the A side and tolerated on the B side. The holes can be closed with a round rod. An acute insect infestation can be ruled out due to the natural properties of tropical wood.

planing error will be checked

Planing defects are indentations or burn marks caused by the planing machine. Planing errors on the A-side of a plank are sorted out. On the B-side they are tolerated.


Scratch deckingscratch will be checked

Scratches can occur during storage or transport. A deep scratch (as shown) on the A side will be rejected and tolerated on the B side. Slight scratches, which can be removed with a simple abrasion, are tolerated.


Sapwood decking boardssapwood will be checked


Decking end planfinal crack will be checked

End cracks can occur on the cut edge of the decking boards. Good drying and front edge wax reduce the risk, but cannot completely eliminate it. If the end crack is so deep that the plank can no longer be installed in your catalog dimensions despite the excess length after cutting, it will be sorted out.


Separation decking boardSpin-off will be checked

A split is a wedge-shaped splinter that can form on the long edge of a plank. Planks with a split on the A side are sorted out by us. These may occur on the B side as they do not impair the constructive stability of the plank.

Knotted decking boardknothole will be checked

Firmly grown knots are sorted out neither on the A side nor on the B side. Hollow knots on the A side are discarded. On the B-side they are tolerated if they are not consistent.


Damage to the end of the plank will be checked

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