Canadian Blue Label Shingles2022-05-18T09:16:21+01:00


NORclad offer Certigrade™ Blue Label shingles, these are recommended for high end application where quality is key – the perfect product to be used for walls and roofs on 3:12 pitch and steeper where a premium quality product is desired.

Certigrade™ Blue Label shingles are 100% heartwood, 100% clear and 100% edge grain with no defects. Always specify Certigrade No.1 Blue Label to ensure product quality, correct grading and consistency.

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

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Used for hundreds of years, Western Red Cedar shingles have proven their durability in all kinds of climates. They can be used to create individual buildings, whether traditional or modern, and their rich, warm colour and texture blend beautifully in any natural environment. The natural effects of ageing and weathering give shingles and shakes an attractive silvery grey colour over time.

A perfect product to be used in conjunction with our Canadian Western Red Cedar cladding, as can be seen in this case study.

More information is available here on the grading of shingles from the Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau®.

The Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau monitor and inspect member mills for quality assurance, under the stringent grading rules of the Certi-label registered trademark.

If you are looking for Canadian Western Red Cedar Timber cladding, click here.


If you have decided that Timber Cladding is going to be one of the materials on your project the next step is to create a specification that will meet the criteria and expectations you, and your client have.

NORclad will be happy to talk through what is available and enable you to select, amongst others: species, profile, size, treatment, requirement for Euro Class B, service life.

We offer installation guidance, detailing guidance based on TRADA documentation, with a wealth of knowledge and information on how different timbers will perform over the life span of your project.

Considerations that should be made when it comes to weather, along with how elevation and design variations can impact timber cladding.

Please get in contact if you would like NORclad to create an H21 specification for you, or download direct via NBS here.

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