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Here is an example of a 32 year old cedar shakes roof we just finished cleaning. Just goes to show age isn't the only factor to consider when it comes to replacing or not a cedar shakes roof.

The home owner was told by a number of roofers their only option was to replace the roof given it's age. Clearly that was not the case. We cleaned it and replaced a few missing shakes from normal wear.

Yes age is a factor but also consider installation, grade of shakes, surrounding tree cover, has it been cleaned before to name a few.

The after pictures don't reflect the true result from our cleaning because of the angle of the sun at the time but do reflect this roof didn't need replacing, just a good cleaning.

Don't let the age of your cedar shakes roof be the only determining factor in whether to replace or not! We will return in 6 to 8 years and clean this roof again.

Albert Front Before & After.JPG

Albert Garage Before & After.jpg

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