Alaska Yellow Cedar

 

Technically a species of cypress, Alaska Yellow Cedar grows on the west coast from Oregon to southern Alaska in higher elevations. It is a very slow growing tree with grain to tight that it can require a magnifying glass to count the growth rings. It is a highly prized wood for its appearance, workability and resistance to rot. 

Features

  • Tight grain, hard surface and natural oils make Alaska Yellow Cedar an excellent choice for exterior use.
  • Naturally fades to a silver gray patina.
  • A truly maintenance free roof!

Shingle types available

  • R&R’s
  • Perfections
  • Tapersawns
  • Heavy Hand Split