Across the Brinard Joinery website, there are a number of references to Accoya wood. That’s because we strongly believe in using the very best products to create our bespoke joinery. And there are many reasons to believe that Accoya wood is just that.
We have previously written articles regarding the sustainability of Accoya wood. We still stand by our choice to use this source as our main material for all of our bespoke projects.
The use of timber as an alternative to uPVC windows, doors and conservatories is just the first step in reducing the toxic waste that is produced by not only the UK but globally every year. To help play our part, we ensure that by using Accoya wood we are using a sustainable source. The unique treatment on the wood, means that the lifespan of your joinery is increased. Combine this with the sustainable source and your household’s carbon footprint is reduced.
Here at Brinard Joinery we aim to provide our customers with bespoke joinery that has the very best lifespan we can offer them. One of the many benefits to using Accoya wood in our joinery is the longevity. This incredible material boasts a 50 year lifespan, above the ground, making it an ideal product to use on all external features, such as conservatories. Meanwhile, in the ground or in freshwater Accoya has a lifespan of around 25 years. This means that its use around ponds is better than its competitors.
The unique process that Accoya wood goes through makes it a versatile material, both in the workshop and on-site. With many woods they require treatment when they are cut, however, accoya wood can be adjusted on-site to fit without any further treatments.
The durability and lifespan of this wood makes it a great material to use across all of the bespoke projects. From bespoke windows and doors, staircases and kitchens to canal locks and orangeries, our use of Accoya wood shows its versatility.
Bespoke Joinery and Accoya Wood
If you are looking at investing in some bespoke changes in your home, here at Brinard Joinery, we are happy to discuss any project you may have for us. There is nothing too big or too small for us to put our hands to. For ideas and to see our recent projects please visit our gallery page or other projects.