Accoya wood is the ideal timber for exterior doors. Its outstanding stability and durability, far exceeds the benefits of traditional hardwood including oak.
ACCOYA® DOORS SELECTED FOR BERKSHIRE PROPERTY
Manufactured by SB Joinery Accoya was chosen as the ideal material for all the doors of this new build project in Berkshire. SB Joinery offered the complete door package, and consequently every exterior facing door was made using Accoya wood.
Accoya was specifically selected as the ideal wood due to its insulation, dimensional stability, 50 year guarantee and aesthetic finish – which the owner felt tied in perfectly with the overall exterior appearance of the house.Where to buy
ACCOYA® SELECTED FOR WINCHESTER NEW BUILD
Accoya was selected as the ideal wood for this new build, private residence in Winchester. Accoya was chosen for the external doors and frames as well as the bespoke bi-folding and french doors throughout the property.
Manufactured by SB Joinery, Accoya was chosen for the project due to its durability, stability and low maintenance benefits. Plus, Accoya also offers improved insulation – ideal for UK weather.Where to buy
ACCOYA® CHOSEN FOR CURVED FOLDING SLIDING DOORS
Designed and Manufactured by Simplicity Timber Solutions Accoya was chosen as the ideal wood for these curved folding sliding doors in a project called The Hermitage.
Accoya was selected due to its aesthetic appearance and ability not to shrink or swell during seasonal weather changes. The Hermitage project was featured in the December 2016 issue of Grand Designs.Where to buy
ACCOYA® SELECTED FOR BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE DOORS
Designed and Manufactured by Simplicity Timber Solutions this curved folding sliding door system was crafted for an opening of 9 linear meters. This was designed to enable a 10 door leaf system to be effortlessly opened, plus it folds and slides in the same direction.
To seamlessly bring the room together, Accoya was also used for the 16 sided hex decagon lantern light ceiling feature. Dimensional stability is key for large joinery installations such as this.Where to buy
ACCOYA® FRENCH AND BI-FOLD DOORS SELECTED FOR SURREY HOME
Accoya was selected for the french and bi-fold doors throughout this property Weybridge, Surrey. The doors were completely bespoke, designed to the highest specification throughout the property. Working with the designer and contractor SB Joinery recommended Accoya as they were tasked with providing a seamless quality finish.
Accoya was also selected due to its ability not to shrink or swell during seasonal weather changes.
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ACCOYA® CHOSEN FOR A RESTORATION PROJECT IN LONDON
Manufactured by The Sash Window Workshop Accoya was chosen to help transform a late Victorian property based in London.
The building was in such bad condition the windows and doors were rotten and required replacement. Accoya was selected for the windows and doors due to its durability and stability. In total 10 new Accoya sash and casements windows and 5 new Accoya doors were installed within the property. Since the installation the overall look of the street has dramatically improved.Where to buy
Accoya® chosen for French windows & doors at a country home in Bath
Designed and manufactured by Bath Bespoke, Accoya was selected for the windows and French windows and doors throughout this stunning country home in Bath.
Accoya was chosen as the ideal wood for the project thanks to its seamless quality finish and its ability not to shrink or swell during seasonal weather changes, meaning Accoya doors and windows open and close effortlessly all year round. Speaking on their decision to use Accoya for the project, creative director Tom Jones-Marquez said: “Being able to stand by our work is key for us and the stability and durability of Accoya allows us to do this more so, than with any other timber”.Where to buy
Accoya® chosen for stunning orangery in Yorkshire
Manufactured by S.Taylor and Son Ltd, Accoya was chosen because the joinery company had previously specified Accoya to the same client who were delighted with its appearance and performance.
Based on their previous project, Accoya was chosen for all the framing, doors and fascia, plus, Medite® Tricoya® Extreme was selected for the pilasters. Accoya and Medite Tricoya Extreme were also selected for their long lasting durability and stability, which is ideal for all types of Yorkshire weather.
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Accoya® selected for the extension doors on a listed property
Accoya doors were chosen for an extension on a grade II listed property by Windsor based joinery manufacturer Whyte and Wood.
As part of a major renovation project the owners required an extension with 5 sets of doors to a south facing room. The bespoke doors by Whyte & Wood were made using solid Accoya. Accoya was chosen thanks to its durability, stability and improved insulation.Where to buy
Accoya® doors chosen for unique Surrey property
Accoya was selected as the ideal wood for this project in Surrey. To complete the restoration, the period property needed an impressive, grand entrance door. Whyte & Wood create and designed an Accoya door in keeping with the style of the property.
The size of the door meant Accoya was the best option because of its insulation and durability properties. Accoya was also chosen as coatings last longer when applied to Accoya wood, resulting in lower maintenance for the residents.Where to buy
Accoya® bi-fold doors and apex selected for Berkshire cottage
When this English cottage in Berkshire was purchased by the new owners, the first thing they wanted to do was replace the bi-fold doors, which despite being relatively new, had already succumb to rot and wouldn’t open.
Whyte & Wood chose Accoya wood to replace the 6 leaf bi-fold doors and apex. Accoya was the first choice for their clients because its dimensional stability and 50 year above ground guarantee.Where to buy
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