Georgia Cedar Siding

Looking to Remodel Your Home with Cedar Siding?

Homes and buildings with cedar siding are well protected against Georgia’s weather elements. They can withstand hail, snow, rain, and other inclement weather. Cedar siding can also add lots of long-lasting curb appeal and attractiveness to your building, raising its property value when it comes time to sell it. Cedar siding’s also environmentally friendly, renewable, and recyclable, and repels against insects.

Atlanta Roof 911 has the best selection of cedar siding available in Georgia. Our customers love how durable and sturdy our cedar siding selections are. We have professionally trained Georgia cedar siding installers who provide the highest degree of artistry, customer service, and customer satisfaction!

Should I Consider Cedar Siding?

We recommend cedar siding if you live in a historical neighborhood or need siding with a distinctive look and feel. Cedar siding comes with several aesthetic profiles, with the most popular including:

Shingle siding

Cedar shingle siding comes in a variety of shapes, colors, and textures and brings an ornamental touch to your home.

Shake siding

The look of cedar shake siding is rougher than others but gives your home a very rustic feel.

Bevel siding

Bevel siding is another popular type of cedar siding used to give your home a distinct shadow line. The pieces sawed are thicker on side and thinner on the other.

Channel siding

This type of cedar siding can be installed vertically, horizontally, or diagonally where the shingles partially overlap with one another, creating a channel effect.

Tongue and groove siding

If you want a flush profile for your home, consider tongue and groove siding. We can also install it vertically, horizontally, or diagonally.

Georgia Cedar Siding’s Benefits

Cedar is one of the most widely used materials for siding because of its resistance to many problems. Here are some of the most important benefits you’ll get with cedar siding installed for your property:

Exceptional insulation

Frustrated with the exorbitant energy bills pay regularly? Cedar siding insulates your home and doesn’t transmit energy so easily. In the summer months, the cooler air stays inside. In winter, cedar siding prevents the hotter air in your home from escaping.

Extreme resistance

Buildings with cedar sidings are resistant to rotting, bending, and splitting, especially with the right protective finish. Cedar sidings are also much more impervious to warping, so you won’t need to worry about expensive repairs with the proper maintenance.

Natural maintenance

Cedar siding is naturally resistant to fungi and bacteria. Even without a protective finish, you’ll find cedar siding will resist cracking and warping well. However, you’ll need to have it stained every year as cedar siding does change color over time.


Cedar siding doesn’t require much treatment or processing, and when it approaches its useful life, it also becomes biodegradable. You can also repurpose cedar siding for later use, like if you wanted to make a new fence or make a garden shed out of the material.

Exquisite, rustic beauty

Cedar siding gives your property an outstanding, rustic charm sure to have everyone in your neighborhood noticing the difference once you have cedar siding installed.

Guaranteed to last

Cedar is one of the toughest types of wood available for siding and only requires cleaning twice a year and regular maintenance to check for termites and moisture leakages.

How to Keep My New Cedar Siding Clean

You should clean your cedar siding at least once every year. Use a soft brush and work your way from the top to the bottom of the cedar siding to get all the dirt and grime off. Make sure you wear gloves while you’re scrubbing. You should also use a 5-gallon bucket of water mixed with bleach and detergent and prepare the area at least 15 minutes before you start the cleaning process. After you’re done, let the surface dry and look for any signs of discoloration.

How Much Will My Cedar Siding Project Cost?

Exterior cedar siding installation and labor usually cost several hundred dollars for an Georgia siding replacement or repair project. Larger projects could range in the thousands because of the complexity of the work. We also consider location when determining the final cost of a new Georgia cedar siding project.

For instance, if you live in Peachtree Corners, you’ll expect to pay anywhere from $3.95 to $7.20 on cedar siding depending on what selection you choose. A higher average cost per square foot means you’re getting the best quality cedar siding available. For a 1,500 square foot home, the total cost of the project could be between $6,600 to $12,300.

We’ll have one of our siding specialists inspect your home so you can understand the full scope of the project and give you a free estimate. If you’d like to schedule an inspection from our team, please fill out the form below to get started.

Free Georgia Cedar Siding Installation Estimate

Keep Your Home Safe and Secure with Atlanta Roof 911

Atlanta Roof 911’s team of cedar siding installation professionals want to protect your home from damage and make it last for a long time. Please call us at (678) 906-4093 and we’ll be glad to help you! Thank you for choosing Atlanta Roof 911!