CeDUR Roofing Products provide the classic look of natural wood, paired with safety that lasts and the unmatched durability of our Polyurethane Technology.
- Classic look of natural cedar without the splitting, warping, or rotting that plagues real wood shakes
- 50 Year Limited Material Warranty
- Eliminates freeze/thaw cycle effects
- The beauty of natural wood with superior durability
- High Performance State-of-the-Art Polyurethane Technology
- Class A Fire Rating-no special fire resistant underlayment needed
- Proprietary Technology allows for fire retardant capabilities
- Class 4 Impact Rating
- The most realistic wood shake replacement product available
- Virtually indistinguishable from natural cedar shakes
- Molded from natural cedar shakes
- Ages to a beautiful wood color
- Improves roof insulation value
- Solid product (no cavity back), with color through pigmentation
Impact4Class 4 Impact Rated
Light170170 lbs. per
Wind115Certified to 115mph
FireAClass A Fire Rating
CeDUR answers a definite need for an affordable and authentic looking wood shake product in our area. Not only is the product as easy to install as real wood shake, but it’s ability to stand up equally to heavy snow, high wind or extreme heat have made it ideal to serve the various needs of our customers.
CeDUR is easy to sell with all its great homeowner benefits. Everyone wants it.
Maintaining the traditional English look of our home was important to us but we had to find a roof material that would equally enhance the smaller dwelling we added adjacent to our house. Other synthetic products we looked at just didn’t look as real. We also had to consider our older home couldn’t accommodate a heavy tile, so finding a product as lightweight as CeDUR was the perfect solution for us.
We need addresses and photos of CeDUR installations so we don’t mark these home as having wood shakes in case of wildfires.
CeDUR’s appearance is the closest thing to real shake I’ve ever seen. The look of hand-split cedar continues to be a popular choice that many of our customers ask for when reroofing their homes. It’s a real benefit for us to be able to offer them a product with the look they want, knowing that it is durable enough to handle the severe heat and below freezing conditions we face in Utah.
St. George, Utah
Here is another order for CeDUR shakes. This is the best new roofing product I’ve seen in years. We like the fact that it goes down like wood and is tough and durable. You don’t have to worry about stepping on it at all.
I have recently gone back to inspect the 4 roofs that we completed a few years ago and was pleased to see how natural and beautiful the roofs still look. For me and my clients, the product looks so realistic that you have to touch it to discover that it’s not a wood shake roof. The Class “A” fire rating is a real plus for areas that are designated for only Class “A” material. I can’t imagine the material being any better or any easier to install. For such a lightweight product to have such an amazing aesthetic quality and durability makes it so easy to sell. All we have to do is show any competitive product sample and CeDUR sells itself.
I’ve had CeDUR on my addition for over 5 years—it’s exceeding my expectations. I’m anxious to put it on the rest of the house before another fire season.
I am extremely impressed with not only the appearance of this product, but its diverse functionality and its state of the art material composition. I have presented this product to the partners and principals of the project I am currently involved in as lead architect. It was received with great enthusiasm and will be recommended as a preferred material, for use in this exclusive development. I will also be recommending that this product be approved for use in several high-end mountain communities.
As I’m sure you know, in a side-by-side comparison, there is no comparison. The majority of our homeowners currently have wood shake roofs and are sick at the sight of asphalt/composition going up in their HOAs. I believe there is a tremendous market for CeDUR shakes in the Pacific Northwest.