Shake Roofing

Shake Shingles on a Roof

The original roofing material (wood shake shingles) and, to many homeowners, still the best

There are many stories of dissatisfied homeowners that have experienced a diminishing quality of their cedar roofing that is currently available on the market. Find a local roofer that is contracted with a cedar mill nearby who can provide exclusivity with shakes and shingles that meet high standards. The result of this decision will return a roof that is beautiful, long-lasting and nearly maintenance free for it’s lifetime.

Your roof is probably the most critical system protecting your home from the elements. The professional roofers in our network offer a complete array of shake roofing solutions. Click your cursor on the illustrations above to learn more about the advantages of each material.

Wood shakes offer a natural look with a lot of character. Because of variations like color, width, thickness, or cut of the wood, no two shake roofs will ever be the same. Generally, a shingle is sawn on both sides and is thinner at the back than a shake. A shake is typically split on one or both sides. Wood offers some energy benefits, too: it helps to insulate the attic, and it allows the house to breathe, circulating air through the small openings under the felt rows on which wooden shingles are laid. Local Roofing companies only use the finest quality Cedar Shakes available in your area.

Schedule a certified roofing craftsmen who is an expert in both wood shake and shingle roofing materials to match your home. Today you will need to talk with one of our local shake roof contractors to determine the best choice for your home and budget. Click here for a free 20-point roof inspection.

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