Superior Qualitycombined withExceptional Knowledge
Who We Are
Riverside Shingle Products is a leading Vancouver Island manufacturer of high quality custom-stain cedar shakes & shingles.
Owned and operated by Tom Sutherland,
a fourth generation cedar shake and shingle mill owner/manufacturer, Riverside Shingle Products was established in 1986 on the Lower Mainland. In 2008 the mill was relocated to the Oceanside area of Vancouver Island. With its roots in manufacturing, Riverside Shingle Products has evolved into offering high quality remanufactured Kiln Dried custom stained cedar shakes and sidewall shingles.
Custom home builders and home owners anywhere on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland will find that our custom stained cedar sidewall shingles and product knowledge are unsurpassed. True Craftsmanship goes into each and every piece. Our product knowledge and hands on working experience are what sets Riverside Shingle Products apart from other Shake and Shingle suppliers.
Who We Serve
Pride in our Products
Riverside Shingle Products produces high quality, custom stained cedar shakes and sidewall shingles. We are one of the top shake and shingle companies on Vancouver Island.
The timber used in our shake and shingle products or the mill is locally sourced, leaving no environmental footprint.
Our company is proudly Carbon Neutral.
Cedar shakes and shingles are a fantastic choice for your roof or siding material. They are durable even in extreme weather conditions such as heavy wind and rain, they have excellent geothermal properties, are eco-friendly, and their beauty is timeless.
With a variety of shapes, sizes, and stains to choose from, we will help you select the perfect roof shakes or side shingles for your home.
Beautiful, durable, & energy efficient
the best choice for your home
Areas We Serve
Riverside Shingle Products is proudly owned and operated on Vancouver Island, Canada. We work with providing home owners, custom home designers, and contractors with quality cedar shakes and shingles in all communities on
Vancouver Island, in the Lower Mainland, and all the way to the Okanagan.