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Accoya Eco-Friendly Acetylated Wood Products

Accoya Eco-Friendly Acetylated Wood Products

Accoya® is wood, but not as you know it. It is modified timber in which a process called acetylation, a cutting-edge patented technology, enables it to resist rot, defy the elements and stay strong for decades. Accoya® long life wood stands up to every application challenge – decking, wood cladding and more.

How to Create Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Garden Beds

How to Create Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Garden Beds

Just because plants are natural doesn’t mean that growing them in your yard makes them eco-friendly. People often use natural elements in their landscaping but choose, arrange, and maintain them in unnatural ways. Here’s how to create low-maintenance, eco-friendly garden beds.

Why You Should Turn Your Yard Into a Mini-Farm

Why You Should Turn Your Yard Into a Mini-Farm

About 80% of homeowners have lawns, which now cover an area the size of Florida – and lawns are incredibly un-ecofriendly. Learn about all the benefits of growing food in your yard rather than just growing grass.

Sustainable Advantages and Inspirations of Redwood

Sustainable Advantages and Inspirations of Redwood

Redwood lumber is naturally strong and durable, shrinks and swells less than other woods, and is less likely to warp or split. This natural strength, combined with its environmental benefits, makes redwood an ideal choice for any number of landscaping designs.

How Your Roof Affects the Environment: Know Before You Buy

How Your Roof Affects the Environment: Know Before You Buy

Did you know traditional asphalt shingles are a petroleum product and require replacement every 15-20 years (or sooner), resulting in about 20 billion pounds of asphalt shingles ending up in U.S. landfills every year? According to industry data, roughly 7 million U.S. homeowners replace their roof each year and many are looking for new ‘green’, energy-saving options. Here’s what you should know about metal.

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