Accoya wood is the world’s leading high technology material, making it the ideal solution for windows and doors. Accoya windows and doors have become increasingly popular with our customers, thanks to their, versatility, number of design options and most importantly appearance. Not much is known about this incredible material, so we thought we’d answer a few questions that frequently occur when our customers enquire about Accoya wood…
Accoya Windows and Doors Q&A
How is Accoya Wood Made?
A process that has been studied for nearly 100 years. Accoya wood is based on a process that alters the cell structure of the wood, increasing the properties and durability. This is known as wood acetylation.
What are the benefits of Accoya over traditional woods?
The acetylation process allows the wood cells to absorb more water. This reduces the need for maintenance and surface coatings. Additionally, the alter cell structure makes Accoya, virtually rot and insect proof. Moulds and fungi do not attack Accoya, as they do not recognise it as a wood.
How long will my Accoya Windows and Doors last?
Accoya is guaranteed to last 50 years. Vigorous and extensive testing for stability, durability and paint retention have all seen positive results so quality is assured. In fact, Accoya wood is so reliable that many scientists use it as the benchmark for other wood testing.
Is Accoya Eco-friendly?
Accoya Wood is non-toxic and 100% reusable and recyclable, as well as biodegradable.
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Accoya windows and doors offer unrivalled performance and aesthetic qualities that other wood just can’t match. Accoya wood can be fitted in a number of bespoke property functions, including interior or exterior doors and windows, conservatories, orangeries, garden rooms and many more.