Do you have a cabin in a dry area like Denver, Colorado or the Valley in California?
Cabins have a long tradition of log frames and wooden roofs. It ads warmth and style and the classic feel of nature and the mountains.
Many dry areas have either flat out outlawed wood shakes, or advised against the building of wooden roofs.
Some have moved away from this look and have chosen earth tone asphalt shingles or metal roofs. But if you still love the classic cabin look we have an alternative for you to check out.
CeDUR - timeless * durable *beautiful is the signage on their pamphlets.
They manufacture locally in Colorado using Polyurethane Technologies to make a roofing shingle that mirrors the real thing.
They have 3 color selections:
LIKE OAK- Carmel Brown comes in NEW & AGED look
SHILOH- Charcoal Grey comes in NEW & AGED look
WALDEN- Chocolate Brown NEW & AGED look
How does this material rate you may be asking?
They rated Class A in Fire
Class 4 in Impact
Certified to windspeed of 115/mph or "high wind" and is warrantied to 90/mph
They are a member of the Colorado Roofing association and certified CO business.
If you want to have that traditional wood look for your primary home or mountain cabin then you should definitely look them up.