Professional Cedar Shake Roofing Installation, Repair in Washington, D.C. & Beyond
Cedar shake roofing is different from cedar shingles in that the individual pieces look as if they were naturally split from a cedar log, as opposed to saw-cut into a distinct, uniform shape. It gives a home or place of business a more rustic appearance than matched shingles or tiles. It is the kind of look you might expect to find on one of the classic Cape Cod style cottages, and it is often used to create the feel and look of that world-famous vacation playground. Shiner Roofing, Siding and Windows proudly installs cedar shake siding and roofing on homes and commercial buildings in Washington, D.C., and throughout Northern Virginia and Maryland.
Shiner has everything you’re looking for in a contractor to install cedar shake roofing. To begin with, we belong to the Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau, a venerable non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting the “green” aspects of cedar roofing and sidewall. Shiner also:
- Is a licensed, bonded and insured contractor in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia
- Was founded in 1981 and has completed more than 16,000 home improvement projects throughout the region
- Is family owned and operated
- Has an A-plus rating with the Better Business Bureau
In addition to the natural beauty of cedar roofing, the environmental benefits can be a factor for homeowners who wish to do their part to preserve the Earth’s resources. Quite simply, cedar roofs last longer, and the original source – cedar trees – contribute to cleaner air by absorbing carbon dioxide and emitting oxygen. Cedar roofs resist UV ray damage, water damage, insect damage, and other sources of roof decay.
Contact us today if you would like to talk to a design expert from Shiner about cedar shake roofing, or to request a quote on a new cedar roof. For more than three decades, we have been the home improvement contractor of choice in Potomac, MD, Falls Church City, VA, Leesburg, VA, Alexandria, VA and communities throughout the Washington, D.C. region.