Accoya Benefits

  INSPIRATION

Wherever you can imagine wood, imagine Accoya wood…


…on deck

In specifying decking, jetties and pontoons, beauty, strength and all-weather performance are important. A dimensionally stable material that will stay flat and has very minimal bow, cup, warp and split and will not be affected by fungi or rot is desirable. It is also important that the wood is non-toxic and therefore safe for people and animals. Accoya wood meets these requirements.


…in the shade

Accoya wood is an excellent choice for shutters, louvres and solar shading. Eye-catching bespoke solar shading and ventilation louvres can be incorporated to prevent excessive heat gain. The solar shading has a life expectancy of 60 years and the finish applied carries a 10 year warranty.


…finely clad

Accoya wood is ideal for cladding, siding and façades where aesthetics, stability, durability and less frequent maintenance are considerations.


…opening doors & windows

Accoya wood is a brilliant material for windows and doors as it offers improved thermal insulation in comparison with commonly used wood species and is more durable and dimensionally stable than the best tropical hardwoods. Coatings last longer and it is perfect for transparent, translucent or opaque coatings


…building bridges

Accoya wood inspired OAK architects to design two wooden heavy traffic road bridges for the city of Sneek in the Netherlands. Accoya was finger jointed and laminated into large sections measuring 1.08 x 1.4 metres to create these innovative structures, the first of their kind in the world.

 

… whatever captures your imagination...

 

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