Shou Sugi Ban finish

An ancient Japanese technique of charring wood for resistance to insects, aesthetic quality of the blackened look, and for longevity.

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Ancient tradition

An ancient environmentally friendly Japanese technique to preserve timber and, paradoxically make it fire-resistant. No chemical preservatives, paints and retardants are therefore necessary. This process can be had at an additional cost to any of our product.

Preserve with Fire

Exterior siding by charring the wood with Fire. The process involves charring the wood, cooling it, cleaning it, and finishing it with natural oil. The result is quite spectacular black finish that is free of chemicals and long lasting.