Mar 09, 2012 17:39 SGT Eco wood decking is simply sustainable timber with accredited Eco labels that are used for your decking. With the rising concerns of global issues such as deforestation, greenhouse effect, illegal logging of natural timber, there is a tremendous need to educate home owners to use Eco wood for their decking and flooring purposes. Having Eco wood decking at your home benefits you in long term.
Increasing Demand Of Eco Wood DeckingMar 13, 2012 14:21 SGT
In the modern society, deforestation is beginning to be happening around the whole world. Tropical trees are chopped down massively in forests to produce wood products. This could cause the rain forests to be disappeared after a few hundred years which would greatly affect our future generations.
In order to protect our rain forests, eco labels are introduced to encourage people to go green. You can see more eco-friendly labels appearing the market too. Nowadays, customers will choose to go for eco-friendly wood that has certified eco labels. By opting for eco-friendly wood, you can do your part to save the forest from depleting rapidly as well as reducing the great damage and impact caused to the environment through your purchases of wood.
What matters most to us is our living environment. Eco-wood can be considered natural wood whereby it does not emit poisonous substances to the surroundings during recycling which help to keep the air in our living environment clean and safe to live in. It is also 100% renewable.
Not only is eco wood strong and durable, it can withstand different weather conditions which makes it suitable for exterior decking such as swimming pool areas, balconies as well as pavements. Accoya® is one such eco wood that is safe to be placed in public places that requires low maintenance and is able to withstand heavy traffic flow.
Accoya® wood has high resistance against UV discoloration which helps to maintain its natural beauty even after a few years of rapid exposure to the sun.
Customers are more aware of the drastic changes that are resulting in our environment which prompt them to be more active in choosing eco-friendly wood when they decided to do renovations for their homes. Let us all start now, go green, save our Earth.
Written By: Zhiqi Ng