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Why It’s Worth Paying More for a Good Cedar Company

Why are the three estimates I received for my new roof so drastically different, why is your proposal more? This is very common concern among homeowners I speak with. Most roofing contractors are not proficient with the nuances of cedar shakes and shingles. Unlike these jacks-of-all-trades, there is one thing each of our jobs has […]

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How to Choose the Right Cedar Roofer

How do I know if a contractor is qualified, knowledgeable and experienced with cedar roofing so that I will be assured a quality job?   To be sure the contractor is qualified, ask if they are certified with the Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau and have them provide the certificate they have been issued for […]

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Three Reasons For Cedar Roof Maintenance

Why should I clean and preserve my Cedar Roof? A cedar shake or shingle roof once represented one of the few types of roofs available. Today, it is a premium product that costs the homeowner more to purchase and install than the more common asphalt shingle roof. Protecting this investment in a luxury product from […]

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Top Three Ways to Get Good Cedar Shakes/Shingles

How do I know if the wood they are using carries the Certi-Label designation and if the mill is reputable? Each bundle of shakes/shingles used on your home will have a label attached. At the very top in blue ink it will read: Certi-Split, Certi-Sawn or Certi-Grade. The Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau name and […]

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Cedar Roof Estimates From the Ground Up

How do you estimate a roof without going on it? We use Eagleview Technologies to generate our estimates. This technology produces reports on the dimensions of your homes’ roof. These reports are certified accurate and are used by insurance companies in cases of recoverable loss. They are a comprehensive description of every roof facet. This […]

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See How the Colors Compare

Colors depicted for comparison purposes only. Actual preservation color may vary based on the condition of wood roof. Please refer to the Gallery for more representations of colors.