The Benefits Of Choosing Accoya Wood______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Accoya Wood For Windows and Doors
Durabilty Class 1
Premium Accoya wood in windows and doors will last at least twice as long as tropical hardwoods such as sapele, idigbo or mahogany. The Accoya® wood production process takes sustainably-sourced, fast growing softwood and enhances nature, creating a modified wood that matches or exceeds the durability, stability and beauty of the very best tropical hardwoods.
Accoya wood’s durability is extremely long lasting, in fact way longer lasting than other woods used in the manufacture of wooden windows and doors,. the average life expectancy of the wood is at least 50 to 70 years above ground.
Factory applied coatings will last much longer on Accoya resulting in pristine looking products and very reduced maintenance costs. Very little maintenance will be required for up to 10 years.
Products made from Accoya are way less likely to distort, significantly reducing the risk of jamming in windows and doors and ensuring smooth operation for many years.
Accoya is a 40% better insulator than hardwoods; so an Accoya window or door will save considerably more energy.
From Sustainable Sources
All Accoya wood comes from sustainable certified sources including FSC and PEFC.
Non Toxis and Recycable
Accoya, continues to win many sustainability awards around the world for its environmental credentials.
The lifetime costs of Accoya products are significantly less that those made from other wood species due to its improved durability and performance.
On completion of manufacture, your windows/doors will be hand sprayed finished with 3 coats to the entire range, including all rebates. All Windows are painted to the highest specification with an absolute superb looking finish.
The Windows will then be fully glazed and argon filled (again under strict factory conditions) before being delivered to your property by Sanderson Windows.