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For a contemporary roofing look look no further than the Cedar Shake Roof. Cedar Shake is a natural roofing product and very common in the Pacific Northwest. This roofing option has been cut from old growth red cedar and has an average life span of 18-25 years. It’s important to know that cedar shake roofing materials come in many different grades; the grade is determined by how much vertical grade is packed into each bundle. Cedar shakes thickness is more commonly a medium butt or heavy butt and are usually woven into asphalt saturated underlayment. If you’re looking to add beauty to your Northeastern Pennsylvania home then look to install a Cedar Shake roof.

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