The Western Red Cedar Ridge-cap is an essential component that adds the final touch to a Cedar roof. It is available in various styles including Handsplit/Resawn (a specialty offering), Tapersawn, or the traditional Shingle type. Each Ridge-cap is meticulously crafted from existing cedar shakes or shingles, ensuring a consistent aesthetic and quality.
The Ridge-cap not only enhances the visual appeal of the roof but also plays a crucial role in its functionality. It provides a seamless finish to the roofline, ensuring a uniform and polished look. Whether you're aiming for a rustic charm with the Handsplit/Resawn style, a robust look with the Tapersawn, or a classic appeal with the Shingle type, the Ridge-cap can perfectly complement your Cedar roof.
In essence, the Western Red Cedar Ridge-cap is more than just a roof component. It's the crowning glory of a Cedar roof, encapsulating the beauty, durability, and craftsmanship that a Cedar roof represents.
The dimensions of the Ridge-cap, including lengths and thicknesses, correspond to those of the shake, shingle, or Tapersawn product utilized. Ridge-cap is available in various grades, including Premium, #1, #2, or #3.
Every product in our range, including our Ridge-cap, can undergo specific treatments to meet your unique requirements. These treatments include Kiln Drying, which reduces the wood's moisture content, enhancing its durability and stability. We also offer CCA Treatment, a process that protects the wood against rot, decay, and insect damage.
For added safety, our products can be Fire Treated to meet Class B or C standards, providing an extra layer of protection against potential fire hazards. This treatment not only increases the safety of your construction but also provides peace of mind.
For more detailed information about these treatments and how they can enhance the performance and longevity of our products, please refer to our Technical Data. At Imperial Shake, we're committed to delivering products that meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and sustainability.
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