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    Accoya® Weatherboards

    • Application
    • Residential
    • Commercial
    • Exterior
    • Interior

    Accoya wood is a high-performance wood, created from sustainably-sourced NZ Radiata Pine.

    About Accoya Weatherboards

    Accoya wood is a high-performance wood. Created from sustainably-sourced NZ Radiata Pine, Accoya undergoes a proprietary, non-toxic acetylation process that permanently modifies the wood to the core.

    The result is an environmentally friendly solid wood with durability and dimensional stability that matches or exceeds even some of the best tropical hardwood.

    Consistent quality throughout Retained strength & hardness Available pre-primed and pre-finished Can be finished in dark colours or can be left uncoated
    AVAILABLE PROFILES Bevel-back, Rusticated and Vertical Shiplap
    RECOMMENDED FINISH Stain, oil, or paint
    WARRANTY LENGTH 50 years (above ground)
    • Pre-Primed
    • Pre-Finished
    • Suitable Under UV Exposure
    • Suitable for Coastal Environments
    • Low Maintenance
    • Lightweight
    • Easy to Install
    • Environmentally Sustainable
    • Rot Resistant
    • Design Flexibility
    • Easy to Cut
    • Gun Nailable

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