Burnt wood

Wood burning technology is designed for fire treatment of wood surfaces. This simple process not only reveals the texture of the wood, but also protects it from fire, decay and insects. At high temperatures in the pyrolysis process in the outer layer of wood, the wood fiber channels narrow, clogging with resins and combustion products, which significantly strengthens the top layer of wood and prolongs its service life. The service life of burnt wood is extended to 80 years, so it is used for decoration of house facades and fences.

Water resistance

During the combustion process, the wood fiber channels narrow, thus eliminating water absorption. The product is covered with a layer of carbon, which helps the wood to become very water-resistant, as well as the carbon acts as an anti-mold coating, preventing appearance and spread of the fungus on the siding more over is not afraid of salt water to, so such wood is suitable for humid, cheese (seaside) environments.

Protection against fire, decay and insects

Heat treatment of wood at very high temperatures removes all wood parasites in a natural way, without chemicals. During the process, the cellulose is burned, preventing rot or the appearance and spread of the fungus on the siding. The layer of soot formed during the process increases the temperature barrier required for combustion, greatly reducing the spread of flame in the event of a fire.


During wood burning treatment, siding becomes more sustainable and stable, providing hybridophobic protection against atmospheric changes. Heat treatment at high temperatures reduces the chance of rot and the appearance of fungus or insects. So durable and durable burnt wood can last 80 years or more.


Due to the extracted natural structure and beauty of burnt wood, it is often used as a home interior detail. This is a great design element to create a functional work of art.