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While cedar roofs have their own unique appeal and advantages, the maintenance requirements and susceptibility to weather conditions may lead homeowners to consider a cedar conversion to shingles. This process involves replacing the existing cedar roofing with asphalt or fiberglass shingles.

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Cedar roofs, though aesthetically pleasing and naturally insulating, require regular maintenance and are less resistant to harsh weather conditions. On the other hand, shingles, especially asphalt and fiberglass, offer durability, ease of maintenance, and a variety of style options.

Converting a cedar roof to shingles is a task best left to professionals due to the complexity involved. It requires careful removal of the existing cedar roofing, inspection and repair of the roof deck if needed, and finally, the installation of the new shingles.

Converting from cedar to shingles comes with several benefits:

  1. Durability: Shingles, particularly fiberglass, can withstand harsh weather conditions and, with proper care, can last up to 20 years or more.
  2. Variety: Shingles come in a wide range of colors and styles to suit any home aesthetic.
  3. Maintenance: Shingles generally require less maintenance compared to cedar roofing.

At Army Roofing, we provide expert services for cedar conversion to shingles. Our team of professionals ensures a seamless conversion process, prioritizing your home’s structural integrity and aesthetic appeal. Call us today at 778-686-7663 for a consultation and estimate.

Let us help you with your upcoming roofing project. Our experienced team provides quality workmanship, year-round service and excellent customer service.

Our knowledgeable roofing specialists will provide you helpful advice and an accurate estimate based on your unique needs.

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