FAQ

What species of wood does ARI use?
Merbau/Kwila. It’s been long known that Merbau/Kwila is a very durable and termite-resistant wood, therefore making it a highly valued material for flooring and other wooden products. At ARI, the choice of specialising in Merbau is credited to the characteristic of the timber itself i.e strong, weather resistance, stable, rich in texture, and suitable for indoor/outdoor furniture.

What species of wood does ARI use?
Merbau/Kwila. It’s been long known that Merbau/Kwila is a very durable and termite-resistant wood, therefore making it a highly valued material for flooring and other wooden products. At ARI, the choice of specialising in Merbau is credited to the characteristic of the timber itself i.e strong, weather resistance, stable, rich in texture, and suitable for indoor/outdoor furniture.

What species of wood does ARI use?
Merbau/Kwila. It’s been long known that Merbau/Kwila is a very durable and termite-resistant wood, therefore making it a highly valued material for flooring and other wooden products. At ARI, the choice of specialising in Merbau is credited to the characteristic of the timber itself i.e strong, weather resistance, stable, rich in texture, and suitable for indoor/outdoor furniture.

What species of wood does ARI use?
Merbau/Kwila. It’s been long known that Merbau/Kwila is a very durable and termite-resistant wood, therefore making it a highly valued material for flooring and other wooden products. At ARI, the choice of specialising in Merbau is credited to the characteristic of the timber itself i.e strong, weather resistance, stable, rich in texture, and suitable for indoor/outdoor furniture.