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Cedar Shake & Shingles

The benefits of choosing cedar

Cedar Siding

Hand Split & Re Sawn ShakesChannel Siding
8 Channel Siding
  • 3/4 thick
  • Select Tight Knot
  • Green
  • Available in 8 lengths
Bevel Siding
8 Bevel Siding
  • Straight Edge
  • Available in lengths from 6 to 16
10 Bevel Siding
  • 15/16 thick
  • Wavy Edge
  • Available in lengths from 12 to 16

Energy Saving
Cedar Roofing has exceptional thermal insulation properties. By using cedar, you can lower your heating costs. Cedar roofs act like a second layer of insulation to your home. Most homes tend to lose most of their heat through the roof, so particularly for the cold winter climate here in Ontario, you will enjoy the heating cost saving of cedar roofing. Another added energy saving benefit is that it takes substantially less energy to manufacture a cedar roof then a petroleum based composition shingle.
Strength and Durability
Cedar is one of the strongest woods. It is the only form of roofing that actually adds strength to the structure. Cedar also can stand up to a wide variety of climates. From hailstorms to winter storm conditions, cedar roofs can stand up to the elements. s that resist moisture and decay.
Appearance and Value
From the smooth clean lines of a cedar shingle to the rustic charm of a cedar shake, cedar roofing is a product that is often imitated by man made products. However, no mass made product can match the prestige and performance of Cedar shakes and shingles. When you choose a cedar roof, you're choosing a luxury item, not just a roofing material.

::: 2099 Highway #6, Freelton, Ontario L0R 1K0 :::

From Toronto
401 West towards London
Take exit #299 (Highway #6 SOUTH) and go south for
approximately 8 km.
Building is on right (west) side of road.

From Kitchener
Highway #8 south to the 401
401 East towards Toronto
Take exit #299 (Highway #6 SOUTH)
Go south for approximately 8 km, building is on right (west) side of
the road.

From Niagara Falls
Q.E.W towards Toronto
Take 403 exit at Burlington, west towards Hamilton/Brantford
Continue on 403 west until you reach
Highway #6 North to Guelph
Take the #6 North and go 15 km to Freelton
Buliding is on the left (west) side of the road.

From Oakville/Burlington
Q.E.W. towards Niagara
Exit at 403 west towards Hamilton/Brantford
Take 403 west to Highway #6 North to Guelph
Continue North for 15 km.to Freelton
Building is on the left (west) side of the road.

Source: www.pacificcedar.com

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Need siding options for shed

A friend just accepted a job offer in another state. The conditions were that he start immediately, so he has left his wife and small children to sell the house.
He has an unfinished shed in the back that is 100 square feet floor space and sheathed with OSB. It is about 9 feet tall on the sides. His original plan was to side it with cedar. I'd like to finish this project for him at a lower cost than the cedar (their finances are modest), but better than painting over OSB.
I'm inexperienced with siding, but I know how to measure, cut, and caulk.
What options are available?
Thanks much.

Recycling deck

I am about to rebuild my deck and replace the existing ugly PT 2x6 boards with either cedar (2x6 boards) or brazilian redwood 1x4(boards) - but I would like to recycle the pt pine boards.
They are well aged - probably 10 to 15 years, and lost the greenish tone - almost look like bare pine, after I powerwash to remove the paint that was covering them.
I would like to rip them - actually "slice" at height(1/3/4"), so I can make use it as siding for a yard tool shed. Some boards are about 14' and get smaller as they are laid at 45 degrees on a 10x25 deck.
Can this be done on a 10" table saw - it's a ryobi bt3000, or I risk way too many troubles?
Is there any way to do it?

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    Apr 03, 2009 by jeffs_wife_ali _&_adams_mom | Posted in Maintenance & Repairs

    I have cedar boards (not the little shakes) on my house, and I've noticed that the east and south facing boards are looking dry, and seem to be lifting up at the bottom (curling a bit). It is stained with a heavy, dark …h side looks perfectly fine. Can I salvage the east and south siding of my house? I really can't afford to re-side, but I'd like to sell in a year or two, and don't want a dingy looking house to show. Any suggestions?

    • Try to do as the gentleman suggested, I agree that the nails may have pulled through or rusted out the south wall especially usually get hit with most of the noontime sun , with the east and west getting less abuse from …lly have. (I have not had much luck at all going to one of the big box stores and finding a salesperson who has such knowledge) The Consumer Reports had a good article last year on paints and stains I found very helpful.