• Chuck Bonner

As Real Looking As It Gets! CeDUR Shake Roofing

Since the innovation of composite roofing in the 1990's, cedar has been very difficult to mimic. Cedar has multiple tones, has a matte color and is solid all the way through the shake. Traditional synthetics on the other hand have been monochrome, glossy and hollow. The cut edge of a hollow plastic shake gives a very ugly and fake appearance on the edges of the roof.


These issues have been resolved with the CeDUR composite shake. CeDUR has multiple tones, a matte finish and is a solid synthetic shake with the color all the way through the product. Look closely at the edges of this roof we installed... looks completely natural.


Even in this close-up overhead photo below it looks like stained wood. Imagine trying to differentiate from standing on the ground.



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