I’m helping re-roof a friend’s home in Washington State. The house is surrounded by Western Red Cedar trees which drop tons of needles. He has decided on architectural asphalt roofing. The question was wether to go with the 25-year shingles or the 40-year stuff. A couple of contractor friends have recommended the 25-year roofing since the cedar dropping shorten the life of the roof anyway. They say either quality of shingle will only last 20 years here anyway. My suggestion to cut down the trees was not appreciated by the wife. Any opinions?
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