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Woodcrest Shingles

Woodcrest Shingles

The Northwest is famous for many things including cedar shake roofs. While beautiful, cedar does have some inherent drawbacks. For years the roofing industry looked for a shake replacement. That is where the Owens Corning Woodcrest and Woodmoor Shingles enter the equation.

Woodcrest and Woodmoor Shingles have a different and distinct pattern. The shingles are actually cut differently (like a pumpkin tooth). Woodcrest and Woodmoor Shingles are also much thicker and heavier than standard cut shingles.

Woodcrest and Woodmoor shingles have a beauty that endures. You can enjoy the allure of a wood shake for years to come. Woodcrest and Woodmoor Shingles meet the highest fire resistance standards in the industry. They are also available in eye-catching colors you can’t get from real wood. Woodcrest and Woodmoor Shingles take a classic look to new heights!

*Steadfast Woodmoor Shingles feature an extra-thick, three-dimensional appearance, that evokes the look of wood shake. Woodmoor shingles also boast great endurance-they come with a lifetime warranty, a 130 MPH wind warranty, and Algae Resistance. Woodmoor shingles are incredibly heavy at 465 lbs per square.

*Thick, ruggedly beautiful Woodcrest Shingles use their rustic and textured appearance to create the look of wood shakes. Their natural look comes with a durability that’s just as appealing- these shingles are backed by a Lifetime Warranty, 130 MPH wind resistance, and an Algae block warranty.
Woodcrest shingles are solid and sturdy at 350 lbs per square.

So, the difference between the Owens Corning Woodcrest and the Woodmoor is simply the thickness. All the colors are the same. While both are thick compared to a standard roofing shingle the Woodmoor offers the greatest thickness and deepest shadow lines in the Owens Corning roofing shingle line.

The colors available for both colors are Carbon, Granite, Mesquite, Timber, Chestnut, Sycamore, Autumn Maple, and Juniper.

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