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After asphalt shingle roofing, cedar roofing is the most common type of residential roofing material. They are at least twice the thickness of asphalt shingles. Although they are at a higher price point than asphalt shingles, you can get wood shingles in a variety of species, including red cedar, yellow cedar, and white cedar. These roofs can be anywhere between 30 to 50 years, making it a great option for those seeking a durable roof.
Guardian Roofs is the Los Angeles cedar roofing company committed to providing only the best when it comes to your home. We will guide you through the process and help you choose the color and style that complements your current decor. You are going to love your new, natural cedar roof!
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Types of Cedar Roofs Roofs We Install
Cedar Shake Roofing
Cedar Shingle Roofing
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The Pros and Cons of Cedar Roofing
Pros of Cedar Roofing
- Natural: Cedar shingles and shakes are totally natural because they come from trees! They are 100% biodegradable and friendly to the earth. Stylistically, they look great on bungalows, Cape Cod, cottage, Craftsman, and Tudor-style homes.
Energy Efficient Cedar roofing material is incredibly energy-efficient. It insulates your home while still allowing it to breathe, which saves on heating and cooling costs.
- Durable: Cedar roofing lasts up to 25 years, which is longer than a standard asphalt shingle roof.
Cons of Cedar Roofing
- Not for wet climates: If you live in an area with a wet climate, you may decide against cedar shakes or shingles. The constant moisture can cause a cedar roof to mold, split, or rot over time.
- Drying issues: Because they are natural wood, cedar shakes and shingles are prone to drying out more than other roofing materials. This makes them susceptible to fire. We recommend purchasing Class A fire-rated wood roofing products that include shingles treated with fire-resistant coating for maximum protection.
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