How to Clean your KAYU Deck

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As we start seeing more sun, we crave time on our hardwood decks.  However, a dirty deck is just not as enjoyable as a freshly cleaned deck.  So its time to roll up our sleeves, get outside and begin cleaning. For uncovered decks exposed to the elements and excessive debris, a cleaner normally needs to […]

KAYU Batu vs. KAYU DRM (Dark Red Meranti)

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For many years KAYU Batu (Red Balau) has been the “go to” species for top quality hardwood decking at a favorable price.  However, we at KAYU would like to remind you we truly have something for everyone at a variety of price points and unique appearances. KAYU DRM (also known as Dark Red Meranti- and […]

KAYU Picks Kreg Deck Jig™ for Concealed Fastening

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The best hardwood deck deserves the best fastening system.  That is why KAYU’s top pick for concealed fastening systems is the Kreg Deck Jig™. If you are like the majority of people out there today, you are not interested in seeing screws or nails on top of your beautiful, exotic hardwood deck.  The Kreg Deck […]

KAYU Team Moves Into New Office

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The KAYU International team welcomes change with a new office located in Tualatin, Oregon.  We are thrilled to have the extra space and look forward to a wonderful 2012.  All contact information, including PO Box mailing address, phone number and email addresses all remain the same.

Introducing KAYU Mas™

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It is with great enthusiasm KAYU International introduces KAYU Mas™ the latest addition to our hardwood decking line.  KAYU Mas™ is a highly durable, rich colored hardwood imported from Indonesia.  We strongly believe it is a great alternative to highly priced Ipe as its density is about 5% higher.  Please contact KAYU today for KAYU […]

KAYU Batu Receives Class A Flame Spread Result

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KAYU International is pleased to report KAYU Batu meets the requirements for a “Class A” Flame Spread in accordance with the requirements described in the California Building Code, Chapter 7A (for State Fire Marshal), “Materials and Construction Methods for Exterior Wildfire Exposure.  This is the highest possible rating. You can view the California Department of […]