Waldun Premium Certigrade No. 1 Grade (Blue Label) Yellow Cedar Shingles

£73.08 £60.90 per bundle

Yellow Cedar, also known as Western Cypress, is popular due to its unique properties and appearance. Yellow cedar, which has a uniform pale yellow colour when new, will weather to a light silver-grey patina and is heavier and denser than Western Red Cedar.

Yellow Cedar Shingles, which are sawn on both sides for a tailored appearance, are available in 406mm length (Fivex) and are clear heartwood, 100% edge grain with no defects.


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At a Glance

  • Uniform pale yellow colour when new will weather to a light silvery grey patina.
  • Fine texture, straight grain.
  • Extremely stable with little shrinkage.
  • Excellent strength and wear.
  • PEFC certified.

Yellow Cedar shingles offer a fantastic alternative to the traditional roof and wall tiles due to their durability, attractive appearance, outstanding insulation properties and ease of installation.

Yellow Cedar, also known as Western Cypress, is popular due to its unique properties and appearance. Yellow Cedar, which has a uniform pale yellow colour when new, will weather to a light silver-grey patina and is heavier and denser than Western Red Cedar.

Yellow Cedar Shingles, which are sawn on both sides for a tailored appearance, are available in 406mm length (Fivex) and are clear heartwood, 100% edge grain, and don't contain defects.

The high grade of these shingles makes them suitable for higher performance roofing but are also suitable for cladding applications.

Certi-label products, manufactured by Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau members, assure you of the highest quality standards. Member mills have committed to consistent quality through independent third-party inspections by accredited agencies. Each bundle of the product has the mill's distinctive Certi-label tucked under the bundling strap. Asking for "the blue label" or "number one blue label" is not specific enough. Cedar Bureau members' products are the only ones with the Certi brand name on the label.

Raw Material

Silva Timber's Yellow Cedar is renowned for its high quality and consistency. Long term relationships with our suppliers and deep knowledge of the cedar industry give us the advantage of having a continuous supply of the very best raw material.

Our size and buying power have enabled us to be in the privileged position of sourcing raw material direct from British Columbia’s largest and most respected primary mills which are monitored by the Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau.

This product is sustainably sourced from well-managed forests and supplied with full PEFC chain of custody certification.

Usage Guide (Nails)

1 kilo of 1.8 x 31mm Stainless Steel Flat Head Annular Ringshank Nails will be required to fix 4 bundles of shingles.

Batten Spacing

Space battens to coincide with the weather exposure. Spacing between adjacent shingles (joints) should be a minimum of 6mm and a maximum of 9mm. Joints in any one course should be separated not less than 38mm from joints in adjacent courses and in any three courses, no two joints should be in direct alignment.

Coverage Guide

Download coverage information for Certigrade No.1 Blue Label Yellow Cedar Shingles.

Grading

Not all cedar shake and shingle products are alike. Certi-label products, manufactured by Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau members, assure you of the highest quality standards. Member mills have committed to consistent quality through independent third-party inspections by accredited agencies. Each bundle of product has the mill's distinctive Certi-label tucked under the bundle strap. Asking for "the blue label" or "number one blue label" is not specific enough. Cedar Bureau members' products are the only ones with the Certi brand name on the label.

For quality assurance, always specify Certigrade Yellow Cedar Shingles. The term  “Blue Label ” is a  registered trademark of the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau trade association which has over 250 member companies.  Be aware that just because a supplier puts a label in a blue colour on its bundles does not mean that it’s on grade or third party inspected. Certigrade Yellow Cedar Shingles are inspected by legitimate, third party agencies, accredited by the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau. 

Silva Timber is a Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau member. The Bureau monitors and inspects member mills to ensure product quality, grading rules and consistency of Certi-Label cedar shingles and shakes are maintained. 

Shingle Courier Delivery

For 1 or 2 bundles

Leadtime:
2-3 working days.

Cost:
Starting from £15.00 per bundle.

Palletised Shingle Delivery

For 3 or more bundles

Leadtime:
5-7 working days.

Cost:
Starting from £30.00 per pallet.

You can view our detailed delivery charges and services here.

Free delivery is offered on orders over £2,000 + VAT**

** Exclusions apply. See Delivery Information tab for further details.