Rot-Resistant Local Wood


Most parts of the world have one or more species of wood that is rot-resistant. In the Southeastern US, it’s “swamp cypress,” or “lowland cypress” if you want to sound a little more refined. This unit is built in Belize, where several varieties of beautiful mahogany are grown. Because it’s local, it’s amazingly less expensive than if the same wood were exported to other countries.

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