Degmeda adapted and tailored this technology for many different kinds of wood, including pines. Nowadays we can produce charred pine cladding, decking, fencing, interior details, etc.
Even though natural spruces and pines are already considered to be top-shelf wood, the Yakisugi technology takes everything a step further, especially in regards to beauty. What this Japanese wood processing technology does is accentuate and enhance colours, colour grading, transitions between tones and every individual line that is visible. All in all, a treated plank looks much more refined, much more expressed and to most – much more beautiful than a regular piece of wood.
From a close distance, as well as from afar, Yakisugi pine wood looks superior to plain, regular timber. And even though this technology originated in the Orient, in the modern-day and age, a global audience has fallen in love with it. These are not just big words, either. Burnt pine boards are getting more and more popular with both residential and commercial buildings in Europe, North America, not only Japan.