Phone: (877) 542-3327
Address: PO Box 721 Pleasant Hill, OR 97455
We take great care in providing the right products for the right job in a timely manner that helps keep shipping costs down. Wolf Creek Cedar is dedicated to the best possible customer service experience. We are proud members of the Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau (CSSB) and Better Business Bureau (BBB). Please visit us at www.wolfcreekcedar.com for more info.
So Why use Cedar?
Does it really last? Yes!
Is it safe? Yes!
If you start with the right materials, and use an expert installer, you can get 30 to 50 years of safe service from a beautiful cedar roof!
The safety of homeowners is of primary concern to the CSSB. Although no product is fire proof, Certi-Guard® pressure – impregnated fire retardant treated cedar shakes and shingles are available in Class A, B and C roofing systems for use in many areas where the building code requires flame-resistant roofing materials to be used.
Every building product in use, including wood, steel, aluminum, plastic and concrete comes from a natural resource. Wolf Creek Cedar would like you to consider that of all of these products, wood is safe, incredibly strong, extremely durable, the most energy conserving, and the only product that is 100% reusable, recyclable and biodegradable.
THE SMART AND RESPONSIBLE CHOICE IS WOOD.
The world’s most enduring roofing material is made by nature: Cedar Manufacturers have tried for years to duplicate the natural beauty and durability of cedar shakes and shingles. While imitation is flattering, it does not approach the integrity of the original. Cedar is prized for its natural beauty and durability in tough climate conditions.
• Cedar shakes and shingles withstand winds exceeding 120 mph
• Cedar’s unique cellular structure makes it an excellent insulator, keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter
• Cedar roofs add the most value to your home
• Cedar is a renewable resource
• Cedar is a non petroleum based product
• Cedar shakes and shingles require much less energy to produce
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