Why Professionals Are Choosing Cedar
Professionals are choosing cedar roofing for its strength, versatility, insulating properties, and of course, its beauty. Cedar can be used for classic rustic cottages to modern and contemporary architecture. Cedar roofing is extremely durable and it can withstand damage from many of our natural elements better than many other roofing products on the market. It is resilient in extreme weather conditions and can even absorb the impact of hail.
We feel comfortable providing warranties on our products because Cedar has truly stood the test of time and been through rigorous testing. Moreover, our cedar products can be pressure treated to protect against fungal decay or treated with fire retardant for added protection where a fire assembly is required.
Our high standards for quality mean our products not only meet the standards of the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau, but are also backed by our 30/50 Year Warranty.
Introducing Alaskan Yellow Cedar
Alaskan Yellow Cedar is a far more durable and denser species than Western Red Cedar. Its uniformity in color allows it to weather into a beautiful one tone silver patina. There are no changes when it comes to Alaskan Yellow Cedar roof installation. A better product with no additional hassle!
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Care, Maintenance & Warranty
Amazing cedar products from a great company! The staff at S&W Forest are knowledgeable and helpful. I highly recommended them for cedar roofing.
Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau
S&W Forest Products is a long standing member of The Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau®, a non-profit organization that promotes the use of Certi-label® Cedar roofing and sidewall products. The Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau® has been the recognized authority for its expertise in Cedar Shakes and Shingles since 1915.
Fire Smart Roofing
S&W Forest Products uses FSR fire retardant solutions for our cedar products to protect homes and buildings where a fire assembly may be required. The three different classes of fire retardant treatments have been tested with strict standards. Check with your local building official to determine which class is best suited for your area.
The name NEMEON was taken from ancient Greek mythology. The symbol represents the “legendary” quality of the mythical lion and it is seen as a symbol of strength, power and unity. NEMEON is a purchasing cooperative comprised of over 150 independent roofing and siding distributors with over 500 locations nationwide. As a premier supplier, S&W helps foster strong and sustainable partnerships with the industries’ valued members.