For years now, scientists have been researching the best wood to use externally on properties, and we have finally discovered the world’s leading technology for the window production – Accoya wood!
There’s never been a better time to install Accoya windows on your property, and with this natural material having so many benefits to offer, we will help you to understand how this remarkable wood works, the time and money it could save you, and the unique intricate designs that you can achieve.
Amazing Accoya Windows & Doors for Your Property
We understand that Accoya is a complex wood, and you’ll have lots of questions that need to be answered before you decide to purchase… With the help and advice from our experts, we can show you just how great your windows could be, and the natural beauty you will be getting for your home is truly incredible!
Firstly, lets start with the process of how the wood is made… Naturally and quite magically, this wood adjusts its cell structure and includes all the properties of a natural wood for an eco-friendly solution. This creates the strongest and most durable material on the market, and this is exactly what we love about making Accoya windows here at Brinard Joinery.
Even though the wood is extremely durable, it has the ability to be flexible and versatile, so any design can be created with it! Together, we will come up with a plan for a bespoke design that you won’t find anywhere else.
Are you wondering how long the wood will last or how much maintenance is needed? How would you feel if we told you your windows will last over 50 years with little maintenance needed? This is what you will get from having Accoya windows… A durable solution, that’s resistant to splitting, rotting, and requires no preservation for a lifetime – what more can we say!
Get in Touch to Dream Up Your New Accoya Windows
So, are you ready to take your property to the next level with Accoya windows? Get in touch with us today for a chat, and we can arrange a free site inspection and measurement on your property.
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