Burnt Wood – Japanese Siding
Artisans of the Orient first developed and modified this technique over time so it is essential to call this a Japanese wood technique.
By making the finish of the wood look unique, they have created an exclusive trend of appearance that people tend to associate with the Land of the Rising Sun. With that being said, a lot of Westerners and people from all over the world are intrigued and fascinated by the cultural and engineering achievements of Japan. Thus you can find homes with Yakisugi cladding in Sweden, the UK, the US, Canada and the rest of the developed world.
Shou Sugi Ban Siding allows anyone to bring that history, uniqueness and exclusivity to their doorstep. Regardless of the selective look, it does fit in seemingly everywhere. So, with all of its perks of being a rare and premium-quality product, Shou Sugi Ban burnt wood cladding/siding boards remain surprisingly practical and functional in most climates and environments.