Accoya windows & doors in Kent
Accoya wood is a high-performance wood. Created from sustainably-sourced wood, Accoya undergoes a proprietary, non-toxic acetylation process that permanently modifies the wood to the core.
The process creates an environmentally sound wood with unprecedented toughness, and dimensional stability
Spittlywood are experts in the installation of handmade Accoya windows and doors we work with several high-end kinds of wood to give our customers the perfect Windows and Doors to suit their property.
Spittlywood Ltd & Accoya a natural progression
Over the years many of our clients have expressed an interest in combining a high-end look with an increased lifespan this interest applies in particular to windows and doors, external windows and doors bear the full force of the elements.
Spittlywood Ltd has recently passed the necessary training courses and is now an official Accoya partner this partnership enables us to offer what is internationally recognised as the gold standard in handcrafted bespoke Window & Doors.
The benefits of Accoya when used in windows and doors:
In comparison to traditional woods, there are several viable reasons to choose Accoya for windows and doors these include:
Increased Stability, Swelling and shrinkage is reduced by 75% or more your Accoya Doors and windows open effortlessly year round
Incredibly durable, an expected lifespan of 50 years when used above ground, 25 years in the ground and Virtually rot proof.
Perfect for painting, the treatment of the wood improves stability meaning coatings last up to two times longer
Vastly improved insulation, in comparison with commonly used hardwood and softwood species Ideal for applications where energy conservation is important such as windows and doors.
Accoya The treatment process
Created from sustainably-sourced wood, Accoya undergoes a proprietary, non-toxic acetylation process that permanently modifies the wood to the core.
The process creates an environmentally sound wood with unprecedented toughness, and dimensional stability.