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Skip planed circle sawn Douglas Fir flooring

Skip planed circle sawn Douglas Fir flooring

Shou-sugi-ban Burnt Wood Siding: This technique adds beauty and longevity to wood siding. Traditionally, cedar was burnt in Japan to increase the wood's resistance to insects and fire. It creates beautiful and one-of-a-kind appearances that have not been found in traditional wood products. Using species such as cypress and yellow pine, the burning technique produces amazing siding, paneling, and flooring products.

Shou-sugi-ban Burnt Wood Siding: This technique adds beauty and longevity to wood siding. Traditionally, cedar was burnt in Japan to increase the wood's resistance to insects and fire. It creates beautiful and one-of-a-kind appearances that have not been found in traditional wood products. Using species such as cypress and yellow pine, the burning technique produces amazing siding, paneling, and flooring products.

Nowadays, designers and architects use other species of wood like western red cedar, douglas fir, cyprus, pine and oak. | Lloyd Alter/CC BY 2.0

Nowadays, designers and architects use other species of wood like western red cedar, douglas fir, cyprus, pine and oak. | Lloyd Alter/CC BY 2.0

Above: Charred lumber for use as siding, fencing, decking, and flooring. Photograph via reSawn Timber Co.

Above: Charred lumber for use as siding, fencing, decking, and flooring. Photograph via reSawn Timber Co.