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Benefits of Acetylated Wood for Your Decking

Aug 19, 2013 14:40 SGT Evorich Flooring The use of conventional timber wood for decking construction has been a favorite option till 1990s. However, such wood may have its limitation. For example, when exposed to large temperature fluctuation, the expansion and contraction of the molecules in the wood may result in warp on outdoor decking.

Moses Bridge - The Invisible Bridge Made With Accoya® Wood

Jan 27, 2012 00:43 SGT Evorich Flooring One renowned architecture today is Fort De Roovere, or commonly known to many as the Moses Bridge. The Moses Bridge is one of the 12 finalists of Design Museum's Design Awards 2012, "the Oscar of the design world". The uniqueness about this Dutch tourist attraction is that it is built under water and completely made of wood with foil. Accoya® wood is selected for this architectural project.

Accoya® Wood in Modern Architecture Today

Jan 22, 2012 10:36 SGT Evorich Flooring Modern architecture today demands a new range of demand and prospective from renowned building architects around the world. Some of the aspects, architects are looking are outstanding design, simple yet alluring beauty of architecture, high durability of materials and towards a green building philosophy. With Accoya® wood, it makes this demand much possible in today's era.

Going Beyond Wood ~ Accoya® in Asia

Jan 14, 2012 13:39 SGT Evorich Flooring Accoya® wood has been on an increasing demand among residential and commercial property owners in Asia today. Originated from the Netherlands, Accoya® is the first natural timber product that has the most sustainable eco labels. Being treated by a wood preservation process known as acetylation, it gives the wood outstanding durability and a better stability, making it very suitable for outdoors.

What is Iron Wood Decking?

Jun 07, 2011 17:19 SGT Evorich Flooring What is iron wood? This is one common question many home owners and commercial property owners will ask. Iron wood represents a category of wood species that are considered for their natural toughness and hardness. Iron wood is oftenly represents the hardest timber species in the world. Here we will look into some of the benefits of iron wood decking: