Shou Sugi Ban

Burning Wood Beautifully

Delta Millworks has been burning wood since 2007.

Shortly after beginning the craft, we realized we were reviving the Japanese tradition of “shou-sugi-ban.”

We were instantly enthralled by the beautiful textures and grain patterns achieved by taking torches to timbers and boards. This process is used to preserve the wood by charring it. The heavily-charred surface of the board makes the wood fire retardant as well as resistant to rot, insects and decay.

KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS

Exterior

  • Low maintenance
  • Resistant to insects, rot and decay
  • Used for cladding, soffits, exterior ceilings and many other exterior applications
  • Sustainable, eco-friendly and FSC certified wood
  • All shou sugi ban products can also be used on interior applications
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KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS

Interior

  • Unique Natural Beauty – The charring process reveals a one-of-a-kind grain patterns, color and texture distinct to each individual board
  • The dense and durable surface is suitable for high traffic areas
  • Used for accent walls, paneling, ceilings and more
  • Sustainable, eco-friendly and FSC certified wood
See Interior Projects

FEATURED PROJECTS

Onin Residence

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South Red Rocks Residence

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Santa Monica Proper Hotel

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Ledge House

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Aspen Street Lodge

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Meadows Passive House

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Westchester House

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Hollywood Residence

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Hygge House

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Art Barn

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Edition Hotel

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Tuesday Agency