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Western Red Cedar Shingle Panels

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Shingle Panel Introduction

Looking for a foolproof way to crank up your home’s curb appeal? Look no further. Real Cedar shingle siding (say that four times fast!) is hands down the easiest way set your beloved home apart from all the indistinguishable and uninspired facades on your block.

Oh sure, you could go for one of those newfangled cladding designs or trendy paint jobs – of course, then you’d have to worry about your home looking dated within three years. With Real Cedar shingle siding, on the other hand, you still get all the same wow factor – only in a way that’s completely timeless. In fact, like a fine wine, Real Cedar shingle siding only gets better with age as the warm undertones mature into a beautiful lustrous grey patina – in other words, Real Cedar is a total “silver fox!” And now thanks to some of the 8-foot panels on the market, it’s easier than ever to install Real Cedar shingle siding. So there’s no excuse for putting it off anymore – it’s your home’s time to shine.

Shingle Panel Styles

Two members of the WRCLA that carry Shingle Panels are Paneltek Products and Shakertown.  Please note that the Shingle Panels listed below are those carried by Shakertown, therefore other Western Red Cedar Shingle Panels manufactured by other distributors may vary.

The Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau is an excellent source for information specifically on Cedar Shakes and Shingles: http://www.cedarbureau.org/frequently-asked-questions/

Keyway style

Vertical spacing between shingles lends visual interest and traditional appeal.

Contemporary style

Set tight and touching to add a smooth, uniform finish to modern designs.

Even butt

Creates a consistent, symmetrical line in keeping with the newer styles.

Staggered butt

Adds character and dimensionality to a home’s finished appearance.

Mitered Corners

Mitered corners add a quality finishing touch with less labor required.

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