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Cedar Savers

For more than 20 years, Cedar Savers has been dedicated to educating the homeowner on the essential care of their investment.  Cedar Savers specializes in cedar shake roofs and wood restoration. Depending on the need, we are equipped to either restore or replace your roof. Every roof is unique and requires a specific level of care and attention. Our expertise and years of experience with cedar shakes results in professional and quality cedar shake roof installations and restorations.

 

Why Cedar?

Cedar is known for its longevity, strength, and natural beauty. Cedar is typically grown in a domesticated fashion and harvested with the utmost environmental responsibility. The natural elegance of cedar has earned its reputation and standing as such a prevalent material for home construction and roofing. With proper maintenance and care, cedar can last a lifetime - and much longer.

However, even a great wood like cedar will wear over time. If you have any damaged cedar on your home or building, it’s time to call Cedar Savers. We can address the causes of the problems you are facing, share our ideas for solutions and estimate the costs of repair with accuracy.

Whether you have damaged wood or you are simply interested in preserving the wood that is on your home, Cedar Savers can get the job done. Let's talk about it.

Cedar Signs of Trouble

There are obvious signs that your roof is in need of attention and maintenance. Ignoring the clear cries for help of a compromised roof can lead to bigger and more costly problems for your home in the future.

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Cupping & Curling

If shingles begin to "cup" or curl, your roof needs rehydration. A properly hydrated roof is a healthy one.

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Broken Shingles

The ridge cap shingles at the peak of your roof last 8-12 years, and should be replaced to prevent your roof from leaking.

Moss & Fungus

Moss and fungus must be prevented from growing on your roof. The effects on your cedar roof can be devastating.

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Unprotected Wood

An untreated cedar roof absorbs 4-5 times more water than a treated roof when it rains, adding extra weight that can weaken the roof's structure.

Save Your Cedar.