Bloodwood comes from brosimum rubescens and is also known as Muirapiranga, Satine, Rubane, and Cardinal Wood. Originating from South America, bloodwood is a good choice for cabinet marking, furniture, veneers, and decorative inlays. The craft of Marquetry also utilizes bloodwood because of the rich natural colors it provides. You can find bloodwood in shades of red from deep rich red to grayish red. The grain can be either straight or varied with a smooth and fine texture. Bloodwood is famous for its radiant and variegated yellow and red stripes.
Bloodwood hardwood has the following characteristics:
As it ages, bloodwood slowly turns into a deep brown color. To help preserve red color and extend the aging process, use lacquers and/or water based finishes.
At Advantage Trim & Lumber Company, we provide cost-efficient custom run hardwood flooring options. We do this in order to save you time and money. By owning and operating our own lumber mills, we are fully-equipped and can fulfill any of your custom flooring needs. Call us with your specific dimensions and we will complete your order of bloodwood wood flooring and ship it to you in no time. Don’t worry; we also provide custom railings, trim, molding up to 8” and can manufacture nearly any profile from our extensive hardwood inventory.
When you work with Advantage Trim & Lumber Company, you are choosing to purchase your bloodwood woodflooring directly from our lumber mill. We offer wholesale flooring pricing that is unmatched in the industry.
Contact Advantage Trim & Lumber today to order bloodwood wood flooring and to consult with one of our expert associates. We are your one-stop-source for all your hardwood flooring needs.