ABOUT BANDON BURN - FROM FOREST TO FABULOUS
With its striking ebony hue and incredible texture, Bandon Burn’s Yakisugi “shou sugi ban” is a distinctive, weatherproof product suited for exterior cladding as well as interior paneling. This beautiful wood is an extraordinary combination of ancient technique and modern style, and one that the architectural design community will embrace for decades to come.
OREGON'S PREMIER MANUFACTURER OF YAKISUGI
As Oregon’s premier manufacturer of yakisugi “shou sugi ban,” Bandon Burn is proud to offer our clients a first-rate charred wood product that is valued as much for its stunning ebony color and incredible texture as it is for its natural weatherproof quality.
Inspired by traditional Japanese techniques, this unique, handcrafted Oregon product respects our natural resources while also supporting our local economy.
We are a collaboration between family-owned, Oregon companies who have partnered for decades on the remanufacturing and marketing of forest products on an international level.
SHOU SUGI BAN • PORT ORFORD CEDAR
Using only Port Orford Cedar sourced from the Coquille Valley in southwestern Oregon, we’ve worked with talented craftsmen in the Willamette Valley to perfect the charring process and now manufacture the highest quality “shou sugi ban” exterior siding and interior paneling on the market today.
Every Port Orford Cedar (also called Oregon White Cedar or Ginger wood) we use has been hand selected by our sawmill partners with an eye for straightness and clarity and is subject to rigorous grading standards.
ANCIENT TECHNIQUE & MODERN STYLE
Known for its high strength rating, superior decay resistance, straight grain, and consistent texture, our Port Orford Cedar is carefully burned, machine brushed, and hand finished, creating a beautiful “shou sugi ban” product that is weatherproof and resistant to fire, rot, insect, and decay.
It is an extraordinary product that is not only aesthetically pleasing but practical for modern building techniques.
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