Wood & Cedar Shake Roofing
Shingles and shakes made of cedar wood have been a preferred choice for protecting homes for hundreds of years. Today, homeowners choose cedar shake roofing for a variety of reasons, including achieving a traditional look, a desire to use natural materials or for historic accuracy.
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Advantages of Cedar Shake Roofing
Twin Rivers Roofing has years of experience in the specialized process of installing, maintaining and repairing cedar shake roofs. Here are more advantages of this roofing material.
- Natural beauty
- Long service life
- Resistant to strong winds, impact and insects
- Up to two times more insulating than asphalt shingles
The Difference Between Shingles and Shakes
Many homeowners ask us about the difference between cedar shingles and cedar shakes. Cedar shingles are sawed or cut to be uniform in size and thickness. Cedar shakes are more irregular in appearance and have at least one split face. Both are usually available in varying widths, one of the features that give a cedar wood roof its rustic appearance.
A cedar shake roof is naturally beautiful and long-lasting, provided it is designed and properly installed by a skilled roofer. Schedule your FREE in-home consultation and estimate today.