Iroko has a wide distribution in tropical Africa, from Sierra Leone in the west to Tanzania in the east. With excellent strength properties, comparing well with teak, though weaker in bending and in compression along the grain.
Iroko can be used for decking, cladding and general joinery. It works fairly well with most tools, though with some dulling effect on their cutting edges, especially when calcareous deposits are prevalent.
There is more to subfloor preparation than these points so always check with your fitter, the manufacturer or us for further help.
Here are some useful installation guides that go into more depth: