Cedar Shingles

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Cedar Shingles in Edmonton

Replacing your roof or building a new home?  Consider cedar for an elegant alternative!

Cedar shingles and Cedar Shakes are an effective and efficient form of Roofing that is perfect for Edmonton’s climate. Dwight’s Roofing is the premier Edmonton Roofing company when it comes to Cedar shingles.  Cedar has many unique qualities that can make your home efficient and beautiful.  We specialize in cedar and have a passion for it. 

Contact our team of Cedar Roofers in Edmonton to get expert advice today!

Why Choose Cedar Shingles or Cedar Shakes?

Cedar is a type of wood that is naturally grown in Canada. It has a distinct appearance that is sure to get the attention of anyone who sees it.  There are many advantages of cedar that make it an excellent choice for Edmonton homeowners.

Advantages of Cedar:

Over time cedar fades from brightly coloured to a grayish silver tone.  The curb appeal of a Cedar roof cannot be understated.  It will make an impression.  Our team of Cedar Roofers has decades of experience using this material, and our workmanship is second to none.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Moisture content can vary with cedar and affect how much or how little it may shrink or expand. When cedar wood is dry, it can shrink slightly, and when wet, it will expand. Depending on the moisture content, you can leave 1/8" to 1/4" spacing between each shingle.

    It is essential to maintain your cedar roof regularly, including washing it. It is important to note that power washing can cause damage to the shingles and to consider using a hose to wash off any debris instead gently. We recommend hiring a professional to wash your roof every 3-5 years to help extend the life of your cedar roof.

    When left unfinished, cedar shingles will gradually fade to a grey colour. The time it takes to fade can depend on your cedar roof's exposure to sunlight and moisture. The more exposure to these elements, the quicker you expect the fading.