September 23, 2017

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Street furniture and planting guaranteed for 50 years

WoodBlocX has introduced a brand new option for its external softwood structures, the introduction of Accoya® will allow the company to offer guarantees of 50 years, an unbeatable lifespan for structures of this type.

Accoya is a high performance and high strength wood, which is produced using a process called acetylation, a patented technology that enables the wood to resist rot and harsh weather conditions.

WoodBlocX has been specified on a variety of high profile installations for public spaces, residential builds, roof gardens and large-scale domestic landscaping projects, the company works to hard to innovate from design right through to materials and the introduction of Accoya is one of the results of continual research and development.

Managing director, Henry Blake said: “Accoya is an excellent addition to our range and we already have some projects underway using this material. We will however, continue to offer our original option of specially selected Scots pine which carries a 15-year guarantee, giving our customers more choice in terms of price.”

WoodBlocX is an innovative modular system that is easy to get on site; each wooden block is clean and lightweight making them easy to work with. All pieces are pre-fabricated to exactly the right size, pre-drilled and pre-mitred. No power tools or saws are needed to build the structures there is no waste.

To find out more visit http://www.woodblocx-landscaping.com/woodblocx-in-accoya/ or call 0800 389 1420.

Notes
• All wood used is sourced from sustainable managed forests and FSC certified.
• Accoya® wood is fully compliant with the European Union Timber Regulation in addition to The Lacey Act in protecting wood trade.
• WoodBlocX is a member of BALI.

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