Composite Roof in Sammamish

     Above is the before picture from a home we just finished in Sammamish. The home made a dramatic change from cedar shake to composite. Below are two after pictures of the house. This roof was over 7000 sq. ft. and therefore took 9 days to complete. They chose to go with the CertainTeed brand of architectural composite known as …

Premium Tapersawn Shake Home View admin

Here are some pictures of a cedar shake roof we are finishing up installing in Bellevue.  This homeowner chose the 5/8″ Premium Tapersawn shake.  These are Western Red Cedar Shakes by Imperial.  Tapersawn shakes are sawn on both sides and have a relatively smooth surface.  They appear thicker than a typical shingle which gives them a thicker shadowline.  The Tapersawn …

Cedar Shake Roofing in Mukilteo

Nothing beats the classic look of cedar shake roofing. On many Mukilteo neighborhoods we are installing cedar shake roofs one after the other. Why? There are a couple of reasons: First off, some neighborhood HOA’s mandate cedar shake as the only acceptable roof. Secondly, many Mukilteo homes were built with cedar shake. The overall Northwest look works great with the …