Charred wood siding is more bug/pest resistant than normal wood. Termites and other pests hate the layer of char, and it deters them from trying to eat into or make their homes in your siding or fencing.
Charred wood siding
are the products of an ancient technique that makes a unique, beautiful, and durable exterior wood product. The essential idea is to burn the surface of wood to a varying degree of char. The charred surface can be left completely untouched, can be heavily or lightly brushed, and can be sealed with a clear coat or a stain. This charred surface is then rot, pest, weather, UV, and fire resistant, in addition to being aesthetically unique, striking, and beautiful.
Charred Wood siding can be cheaper upfront than traditional painted siding once you factor in the costs of paint and painting labor. speeds up construction times, since the siding does not need to be painted after it is installed. This further reduces upfront costs, and hassle, and gets your project finished faster.