Cedar Shake Conversions
Many homes built in the 1970’s or 1980’s had cedar shake roofs, and they are now at the end of their life and need replacing. Replacing an old cedar shake roof these days is extremely expensive and for most not affordable.
Conversions are more complicated than a straight composite to composite re-roof. In a shingle re-roof, the old shingles are removed, the sheathing is inspected, and replaced only as needed. Once these steps are completed the new roof is installed.
Cedar shake conversions give your home a completely new look. Removing the old wood shakes from a roof is a relief to most homeowners, and insurance companies. Aces Roofing can help you decide which new roofing product best meets the needs of your home and your budget.