Wood Roofing Inspiration

Cedar Shakes and Shingles

Roofing Material

Style: MultiWidthShakes

Material: Cedar

Type: Wood Roofing

Roofing in WA

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Look at the neighboring homes to see how a wood roof can change color over time.

First you have reddish or golden tones which may weather to a light silver color, then darker shades of grey as time passes. The type and grade of wood, any treatments, maintenance, UV, weather, and other factors can make a difference how many years this process takes.

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