Actually difference between A and B grades are same construction, but the row material which make it difference. A grade teak wood is means free of any defects, free of knots, No white streaks and in similar color. For the sturdy construction, kiln dried wood will make the products stand beautifully in your garden and no matter what season you have. B grades teak wood is means there are knots, white, no similar color, the construction are same, but we can make in similar color use by treatment. but still B grade area. Teak wood is available in three different quality grades which play the key role in outdoor performance and durability of the furniture. It is therefore highly important to know what is the difference between teak grades and how to distinguish between the highest quality teak and inferior timber.
Almost of our products are made in knockdown construction to minimize the delivery cost and the joinery are made by tenon and mortise. This is the picture between grade A and grade B. Grade A teak is the highest quality teak wood. It refers to timber that is taken from the very centre of the log (heartwood) of a fully mature tree. Grade A teak can be recognised by a uniform, golden brown colour, close grains and glossy surface that feels oily to touch. It is high in teak natural oils which play the key role in teak outstanding resistance to outdoor elements by protecting it from unfavourable weather elements and repelling insects. Grade B teak refers to timber from the outer heartwood section, making up about one fourth to one third of the log. In comparison to grade A teak, grade B teak has a lighter colour, uneven grain and less shine.