Cedar Siding & Products

Cedar siding is a type of exterior cladding material made from cedar wood. It is a popular choice for both residential and commercial buildings due to its durability, natural beauty, and resistance to insects, rot, and decay.

Cedar Siding Installation

Cedar siding is available in a variety of styles, including bevel, board-and-batten, tongue-and-groove, and shingle. Each style offers a unique look and can be customized to fit the design of the building.


Cedar siding can be left untreated and will naturally weather to a beautiful grayish silver patina over time, or it can be stained or painted to maintain its original color. Proper maintenance is important to ensure the longevity of cedar siding, including regular cleaning and sealing.


Overall, cedar siding is a great choice for those looking for a durable and beautiful exterior cladding material that can withstand the elements and add value to their property.


Cedar columns are a popular choice for homes for a variety of reasons. Cedar is a type of wood that is naturally resistant to insects and rot, making it a durable and long-lasting material. Additionally, cedar has a unique and attractive grain pattern that can add character and visual interest to a home's exterior.

Cedar columns are also relatively lightweight, which makes them easier to install compared to heavier materials like stone or brick. This can be particularly beneficial for DIY projects or smaller homes where heavy materials may not be necessary.

In terms of maintenance, cedar columns require little upkeep beyond periodic staining or sealing to maintain their appearance and protect against weathering. This can save homeowners time and money compared to materials that require regular painting or sealing.

Finally, cedar is a sustainable and environmentally-friendly material choice. It is a renewable resource that can be harvested responsibly and grown quickly, making it a more eco-friendly option compared to materials like concrete or steel.

M&M Cedar Shingles


Cedar shingles are an excellent choice for homeowners looking for a durable, attractive, and environmentally friendly roofing material.

Cedar is a durable and long-lasting material that can withstand harsh weather conditions, including rain, wind, and snow.
Cedar shingles have a natural and unique look that can add beauty and character to a home. They also come in a variety of colors and textures, making it easy to find a style that complements your home’s architecture.
Cedar shingles are an excellent insulator and can help to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This can help to reduce your energy bills and improve your home’s overall energy efficiency.
Cedar shingles are a sustainable and renewable resource, making them an environmentally friendly choice for homeowners.
Cedar shingles require minimal maintenance compared to other roofing materials. They do not need to be painted or stained, and they can be easily cleaned with a power washer.

Exterior Trim

Cedar exterior trim is a popular choice for homes for several reasons. First, cedar wood is naturally resistant to decay, rot, and insect damage, making it a durable and long-lasting option. This means that cedar exterior trim can withstand harsh weather conditions and will not require frequent replacement or repairs.

In addition to its durability, cedar wood has a beautiful natural grain and color that adds warmth and character to the exterior of a home. Cedar exterior trim can be stained or painted to match a variety of architectural styles and color schemes, and its natural beauty only improves with age.

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