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CedarCrest® features blended, consistent colors and an upgraded medium profile, with two full layers of premium materials and an overlay for a striking dimensional appearance that coordinates seamlessly with Landmark® Series, Presidential® Series, Highland Slate® and Belmont® shingles. Also available in an impact resistant version to match Presidential® Shake IR and Belmont® IR shingles.

Raised Profile: The thicker, richer appearance accentuates the roof lines making for a more attractive finished look.
Multi-Layer Design: Provides extra protection at critical stress points on the roof.
Blended Color Technology: Many competing accessory products provide a simple blend color tone. Cedar Crest accessory shingles have distinctive granule blends on the surface designed to complement the roof shingles.
Superior Sealant Performance: An aggressive adhesive strip forms a strong bond to protect against rain and wind damage.
About CertainTeed Roofing Technologies

As a result of our dedication to product improvements and manufacturing excellence, we’ve developed numerous valuable technologies that help contractors and homeowners build better, safer, more comfortable homes. This CertainTeed product features the following roofing technologies:

StreakFighter® technology provides reliable, long-term protection against the unsightly black streaks caused by algae formation. Featuring copper-infused surface granules that possess natural anti-algae properties, StreakFighter works to prevent algae from taking hold on shingles – helping roofs maintain their beauty and color. Learn more.

CertaSeal is a high-grade adhesive made from a proprietary blend of asphalts and polymers that seals shingles together on the roof to safeguard against wind uplift, shingle blow off, and moisture infiltration. Unlike harder sealants that can dry out and crack over time, it is designed to remain pliable and accommodate the slight structural shifts caused by years of temperature and weather changes. Learn more.