Charred Timber Cladding
Shou Sugi Ban

Sustainable, elegant and impressive.

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burnt larch cladding in Finland
Burnt Larch Cladding, Finland

Shou Sugi Ban Cladding

We char wood by following a traditional Japanese wood charring method Shou Sugi Ban, also known as Yakisugi, which gives the charred timber a unique texture, makes it resistant to harsh weather conditions and ensures it is durable over time.

Charred Timber Cladding

We produce two types of burnt timber cladding:

For the finishing coat, we offer a special sealer and oils.

Profiles and Dimensions

We provide shiplap, tongue and groove, and squared profiles.

charred timber profiles
The length is:
  • up to 6 m
Standard thicknesses are:
  • 21 mm, 28 mm and 45 mm
Standard widths are:
  • 45 mm, 70 mm, 95 mm, 120 mm, 145 mm and 195 mm
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Charred Timber Traditional

Charred Spruce Cladding

Charred spruce is our most affordable product. The burnt timber is suitable for use in exteriors. We use high-quality Finnish spruce that is PEFC certified.

charred spruce surface texture
charred spruce cladding
burnt larch surface texture
charred larch cladding

Charred Larch Cladding

Charred larch is our most popular product with the best quality-price ratio. Burnt larch cladding is very durable and, therefore, it is perfectly suitable for exteriors.

Charred Accoya Cladding

Accoya is a premium choice; the charred layer is unique and beautiful. Charred Accoya has the best dimensional stability. There are no knots.

charred accoya
charred accoya cladding accoya approved manufacturer
charred kebony character texture
charred kebony character cladding

Charred Kebony Character Cladding

Charred Kebony Character is a premium wood known for its high quality and durability. The Kebony Character may contain knots and other natural characteristics.

Charred Kebony Clear Cladding

Charred Kebony Clear is a premium choice. The charred layer is unique and beautiful. Charred Kebony has good dimensional stability. There are no knots.

charred kebony
charred kebony cladding

Charred & Brushed Wood

Brushed Timber Cladding

At first, we char 2-3 mm of the timber cladding surface. Then, we brush the char away and coat it with special oil. Under the char layer, there is a strong surface with a unique texture.

charred wood brushed
charred wood brushed outside

We deliver our
burnt timber cladding
all over Europe

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Why charred timber cladding?


Charred timber cladding is weatherproof, and its surface does not change its colour over time. Also, the charred layer is resistant to mould, insects, water and even fire. In Japan, the Shou Sugi Ban technique for preserving wood was introduced hundreds of years ago.

Longer lifespan

The charred layer protects the timber and makes it more durable. Charred timber can last for over 50 years. However, in harsh weather conditions, the char layer needs reinforcement. We have the knowledge and skills to provide you with the best solution according to your needs.

Precisely engineered

Producing charred wood requires accuracy, both in the preparation process and in burning the wood. We always select and prepare the best material and measure the charring time precisely to ensure high-quality output.

Unique solution

Charred wood is a modern and sustainable solution for a variety of designs. It is unique and suitable for both exteriors and interiors. For exteriors, charred wood is mainly used for cladding, decking, and fencing.

Climate friendly

We produce charred timber cladding by following a traditional Japanese method Shou Sugi Ban. We do not use gas or other fuels for charring timber. We use gas only for igniting a fire. Instead of wasting natural resources, we use advanced technology where the wood burns itself.

Scientifically tested

In cooperation with Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), we have conducted research to prove the durability of the charred layer over time. In addition, we tested the charred wood to find the best finishing options for preserving the carbon layer without the surface becoming greasy.