Home renovation is always a big task, requiring many decisions including what company to hire to do the work, what budget you want to stick to, and what materials to use to create the aesthetic you’ve carefully designed. It can be quite overwhelming as selecting suitable materials, talent and creating the final design can be a tricky process. If you’re renovating your floors, siding, paneling, or deck, you have many choices in what type of wood to use to complete the job.
At Delta Millworks, our Austin-based family millwork is FSC Certified, and we carry a variety of specialty woods for interior and exterior projects. From French Chestnut flooring to charred wood siding, we have a finish and wood type for almost any kind of project. We’ve recently partnered with Accoya as the first lumber mill to apply shou-sugi-ban to this modified wood, and are excited to offer a new line of beautiful and durable Accoya, including our unique charred Accoya. Accoya wood offers a broad range of amazing benefits. It doesn’t matter if you’re a homeowner, an architect or an interior designer – the durability and aesthetic of Accoya are sure to fit many needs and specifications. Read on to learn more!
Accoya is sturdy and resilient, and can stay in good condition for half a century when on top of the ground, and a quarter of a century when in the ground. It’s even tougher than teak, a timber that definitely has ample strength on its side.
No More Rotting
Rotting and decaying are major problems for all types of wood. Rot is both unsightly and dangerous, as it can threaten the stability of your home. Overall, dealing with rot can be an expensive pain. To avoid the chance of rot, consider choosing Accoya for your home renovation needs. Its rot resistance is so strong that it won’t require replacement for at least 60 years.
It’s Perfect for Coating
Accoya wood is great for coating purposes. If you want to keep your floor in tip-top shape for years to come, consider choosing Accoya. It responds extremely well to coating work as it’s enhanced stability can give your coating work better longevity, so coating stays intact for significantly longer stretches of time.
A Sustainable Choice
If you’re enthusiastic about keeping this world safe and beautiful, Accoya wood is right up your alley. It’s a raw material that isn’t toxic in any way, it’s totally recyclable, and its long life span requires less replacement wood needed for any given project. Using Accoya can significantly reduce your carbon footprint, and is an incredible eco-friendly choice.
Contact Delta Millworks Today
As you can see the benefits of this wood are far and wide. At Delta Millworks, we’ve taken this amazing wood and applied our unique shou-sugi-ban technique to create many durable and beautiful Accoya wood varieties. Contact us today to learn more. We look forward to working with you.