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This spectacular roof is truly a masterpiece, with vibrant colors that complement each other well, and are the crowning touch on this English Tudor home.
The BeetleCat Restaurant in Atlanta's Inman Park, gracefully showcases the New England charm of our Fancy-Cutt™ Diamond shingles.
The historic landmark, Bryce Canyon Lodge, offers sweeping views of Bryce Canyon just beyond the pines, and being nestled in the trees, Cedar is the perfect choice for its undulating, wave coursed roof. The fire-treated Cedar shingles offer natural beauty and excellent fire protection. These photos were taken just after we completed the installation, and before we stained the roof in an Old Hunter green, to even better complement its stunning surroundings. The work was done while the Lodge is closed, during the cold, snowy winter months, and into early spring. The original 1920’s wave coursing was very closely matched from its historical photos, and promptly approved by the National Park and general contracting team, for accuracy and execution. Click on the photo above for more pictures of the place!
Because of the strict codes in this area of Lake Arrowhead, we selected a synthetic wood shingle product, which we steam-bent by hand, and installed in a sea wave pattern. This spectacular roof showcases the beautiful Tudor style home, overlooking the lake and mountains. The advantage of synthetic offers lasting color and a Class 'A' fire rating. Click on the image above for more photos!