Cedar shake and shingle roofing, Cedar Shingles

By: Cedar Roofing  09-12-2011
Keywords: Roofing, Shingles, Cedar Shingles

Western Red Cedar Shingles have a universal appeal and are an excellent choice for roofing and siding, very popular around the world especially in Europe and Australasia. Shingles are sawn on both sides and provide a very clean and sleek look. Shingles come in 16”, 18” or 24” lengths with varying thicknesses.

Keywords: Cedar Shingles, Roofing, Shingles, Western Red Cedar

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Cedar Shake Shingle, Hip and Ridge Cedar

Lengths and thicknesses are that of the shake/shingle or Tapersawn product used. Western Red Cedar Ridge-cap can be Handsplit/resawn, Tapersawn or shingle type. All Ridge cap is made from existing cedar shakes or shingles.


Cedar Shake Shingle, Sidewall Shingles

The shingles are kiln dried then re-butted and re-jointed to ensure that they are 90° on all four corners for perfect uniform placement, finally they are packaged into boxes. WRC Sidewall Shingles are increasingly being used on siding projects ranging from residential homes to architectural masterpieces. Additionally, they can be pre-stained or primed, sanded as well as grooved prior to packaging in boxes.


Cedar Shake and Shingle Roofing, Handsplit Shakes

Western Red Cedar Handsplit/Resawn (HS/RS) Shakes have been used as a first choice roofing material in North America and other parts of the world for over a century. Naturally hand-split then re-sawn, this will provide both a flat lying roof and a rustic appearance to further compliment your project.


Cedar shake and shingle roofing, Tapersawn Shakes

All Tapersawn Shakes come in 18” and 24” lengths with a butt thickness of 5/8”, 3/4”, 7/8”, 1”.