Beautiful Cedar Roofing Installations
in Seattle, WA
Seattle's Preferred Cedar Roofers
When it comes to the appearance of your home, there is no beauty comparable to natural cedar roofs. It adds a quaint, rustic look to your home while still providing superior protection and durability. It’s no wonder that cedar is the second most popular roofing type after asphalt shingles!
Casabella Roofing is Seattle, WA’s roofing expert because we help guide our customers through every stage of the roofing process. With years of experience behind us, you can trust our team to help you choose the color and style that complements your home’s current architecture. You are going to love your new cedar roof!
Call us today to schedule a free estimate.
Types of Cedar Roofs Roofs We Install
There are two types of cedar roofing to consider: cedar shake roofing and cedar shingle roofing.
Cedar Shake Roofing
Split and cut by hand, every cedar shake piece is unique. It’s a classic, eye-catching option that is the perfect choice to add charm to your home. Because of its variance in shape, an experienced roofer should handle the installation. If not done properly, the surface of your roof may be misaligned, leaving your home susceptible to leaks and damage.
Cedar Shingle Roofing
Cedar shingles are different in that they are sawed on each side. This cutting method makes them more uniform in appearance, but it leaves cross-grain saw marks. They’re a less expensive alternative to shakes and provide a consistent look to your roof.
Need help deciding whether you should use cedar shake or cedar shingles? Call our experienced team today.
The Pros and Cons of Cedar Roofing
When deciding if cedar roofing is the best option for you, here are some options to consider:
Pros of Cedar Roofing
- Weather resistant : In our climate, you can expect a cedar roof to hold up to the wind and rain very well!
- Insulated thermally :If you are looking to conserve energy regarding heating and cooling, cedar roofing may be the choice for you! It insulates twice as well as comparable options.
Cons of Cedar Roofing
- Higher cost : One of the cons to keep in mind regarding cedar roofing is the financial aspect. Although this option is more expensive than others, cedar roofing is an investment in the appearance and durability of your home.
- More maintenance is required : Proper maintenance is key with this roofing type. It should be treated with preservatives every few years.
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We understand that a safe, secure, and reliable home is one that you can be proud to call your own. With over 20 years of serving the greater Seattle community with residential and commercial roofing needs, Casabella Roofing is confident in our ability to provide you with the best roofing solutions in the area. Give us a call today to learn more about our cedar roofing options!