A traditional Japanese method of wood preservation, it works well with our local wood species as well as plywood.  It helps create a fire-, mould-, algae-, and bacteria-resistant surface, as well as revealing the texture of wood grain without splinters.  Yakisugi decking and siding can provide many decades of excellent beauty and comfort without maintenance.  It is also an excellent application for furniture, and takes natural finishes for a lifetime.

Once properly finished, the blackened wood is safe for the whitest of garments and textiles.


Wit’s End design and fabrication offers custom machining services, including tongue and groove, finger-joint, and shiplap shaping, and cnc milling.

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