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This page was created to keep you posted about our products and also to give you some tips and advice regarding the installation and maintenance of your cedar shingle siding.

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Fasteners to use for cedar shingle siding SBC Cedar

What kind of nails/staples should I use to install cedar shingles?

January 19th 2022

Well, it’s a good thing you asked because it’s essential to choose the right material before starting your project. Rust-resistant fasteners should be your final choice. We recommend stainless steel fasteners, hot-dip galvanized, or aluminum.

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News from Demo International

January 14th 2022

Demo International is one of the North America’s largest, live and in action forestry equipment shows. Thousands of people visit it every 4 years.

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Sidewall Select : why choosing this cedar shingle grade?

November 30th 2020

A few years ago, we introduced a new and exclusive white cedar shingle grade for siding : the Sidewall Select. What is Sidewall Select ? It is actually a blend of grade Extra “A”, which has no imperfection, and Clear “B”, which has no imperfection on the exposed surface (up to 6″). Once installed, you […]

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Why is it important to leave enough space between cedar shingles?

November 27th 2020

From one season to another, wood expands and contracts. As a result, it is common for some cedar shingles to slightly move. After all, that is part of its charm!

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Maintain your Enviro Bleach cedar shingles siding in 2 steps

November 23rd 2020

10 years ago, we were the first to introduce an environmental option to oil-based weathering agents: the Enviro Bleach was born. This hybrid weathering agent has quickly become a benchmark for our customers who want the classic silver shade of weathered shingle. A lot may have happened in 10 years, how about the maintenance of […]

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We are currently in the process of putting together a document that will contain a lot of useful information. As it is not quite finished, you can ask your questions directly to a member of our team. – Contact us