Once installed, natural cedar shingles discolor quickly and unevenly
For protection and to overcome discoloration, cedar shingles are commonly painted, but this hides cedar’s natural beauty.
Natural cedar shingles are in increasingly limited supply
In addition to discoloring, natural cedar shingles cup and split when exposed to the elements
Beach House Shake
Beach House Shake stays looking “perfect” – just like the day it was installed for the life of the home
Unique KAPGUARD® with Kynar® coating provides lasting beauty and color protection for 20+ years
Architecturally precise 5” re-squared and rebutted shingles deliver the charm and beauty of natural cedar shingles
Approved by Miami-Dade County for use in High Velocity Hurricane Zones and severe weather conditions
Chip Wade, Master Carpenter & Emmy-winning Home Improvement Expert
Before and After
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We’re known for supplying natural cedar shingles - part of the beauty and charm of this region. We’ve been researching alternative offerings to complement our natural cedar shingle business. It was paramount that the new product protects both the tradition and beauty of the Cape with the undeniable appearance of bleached cedar shingles. Unmatched performance and ease of installation were “must haves” and we’re excited to select Beach House Shake as the brand that has the appearance, performance, and application ease for our customers.
Mid-Cape Home Centers, MA
Most people in New England use bleached cedar shingles. We wanted something different and love the darker shades of cedar shingles that are seen in the southern coastal areas. We chose Beach House Shake’s Hatteras because of its authentic cedar shingle look. It was really the perfect solution for us.
ANTHONY FROM BRIMFIELD, MA
Rhode Island is iconic for its weathered cedar shingle look and we’re excited to offer a high-performance alternative to natural white and red cedar shingles that doesn’t compromise on beauty. In a big second home market, no one wants to be faced with extensive repairs and maintenance after a long winter.