to create something unforgettable
Now you can use wood in ways you’d never imagined. For structural creations, where once, only steel and concrete would be the option – Accoya brings structural stability and design flexibility to the table, combined with the aesthetic that only real wood can truly deliver.
From innovative builds and impressive underwater bridges to outdoor sculptures, landscape timbers and art installations. The possibilities are endless.
25 & 50
With our unmatched 50-year warranty for above ground applications and 25 years below ground or in fresh water, feel confident that your Accoya creation will stand the test of time.
Durable, water resistant wood
What are Landscape Timbers? Landscape timbers is a catch-all term used for wood that is rot resistant and therefore better suited to outdoor conditions. Traditionally landscape timbers have been manufactured from tropical hardwoods or chemically treated softwoods which for many consumers, have unacceptable environmental consequences.
Our non-toxic wood modification process gives Accoya wood unrivaled durability and resistance to rot. This makes it perfect for demanding exterior and in-ground landscape timber applications. Accoya water-resistant timber is thoroughly tested and we are so confident that it will perform that we provide a 25 year warranty for below ground or fresh water applications.
Charred Accoya siding ideal for weekend home
Delta Millworks manufactured the Accoya siding for a truly unique, all-season weekend home in New York. Using the Japanese finishing technique called “shou sugi ban” the Accoya wood, supplied to Delta by Universal Forest Products, was charred to give the house’s façade a modern, weathered texture.
Award winning, inspired by design
The West Brabant Water Line is an early 17th century Dutch defensive line that was created by linking cities and villages with earthen fortresses and walls. An inundation zone to the north provided an area that could be flooded with water deep enough to make enemy advance on foot precarious but shallow enough to rule out the effective use of boats. The line once successfully held Spanish and French invaders at bay.
As part of a recent restoration programme, Fort de Roovere, the largest fort on the line required the addition of an access bridge. The fort is surrounded by a moat and was originally built without a bridge so it was a challenge to create one that would be discreet.
RO&AD architects’ solution was to build a ‘sunken’ bridge that follows the line of the fort slope and sits almost flush with the soil and the level of the water, making it practically invisible as you approach the fort.
The bridge is built from Accoya wood sheet piling on either side, with a hardwood deck/stairs in between. Accoya wood’s durability and guaranteed performance in-ground and in freshwater made this possible.
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Where to Buy
You can buy Accoya and Accoya products from our selection of distributors or manufacturers in your region. Use our map search tool to find your nearest Accoya supplier.