Here at Brinard Joinery, we are the masters of creating beautifully designed Accoya windows and doors all over the UK. Accoya wood is unique in that it is made via a process known as acetylation which is a non-toxic method of improving the technical properties of the material. Decades of research and development has gone into developing Accoya and it is now the world’s leading high technology wood. Accoya features are a fantastic, cost effective choice for virtually all properties thanks to the design freedom offered by this material.
Why Choose Accoya Windows and Doors?
Accoya is a naturally insulating material and far superior to traditional woods making it the perfect choice if energy saving is on your agenda. It’s also UV resistant meaning the natural appearance lasts far longer and the coating life is greatly increased. It’s also an incredibly durable wood as well as being indigestible to insects and will last far longer than timber windows thanks to the incredible quality of the Accoya. There’s no need to treat Accoya windows and doors either as the hardness comes from the acetylation process. It’s also a very environmentally friendly choice and made from fast growing trees specially selected for their sustainability.
Get a Quote for Accoya Windows and Doors Today
We are specialists when it comes to designing and installing Accoya features and have delivered some stunning designs all over the UK in the past few years. Accoya wood is fast becoming our most popular material and we get more request in than ever before. We have a highly accomplished team at Brinard who specialise in bespoke joinery and no job is too big or small for us. Our designers relish the challenge of a new project and will work closely with you to ensure your exact specifications are met in full. To find out more about Accoya features in your area, please click on the links below or contact us to discuss your project in more detail and get a free quote.
You can also check out our blog on the top six reasons to choose Accoya windows and doors or this one on the benefits of the material.
We also have an Accoya FAQ page here.