Wood shakes and shingles are commonly found on older architectural type homes but are still a popular choice on newer homes as well. Shake siding and wood shingles can give a home a charming look that can last for many years. Although these wood surfaces can be very appealing, they are prone to water and sun damage when they are left unprotected. Protecting these surfaces with a quality wood stain can prolong the life of the wood and enhance its natural beauty. This not only increases your home’s curb appeal, but protects against wood rot and decay caused by years of weather exposure.

The best TWP Stain for shakes and shingles is the 200 Series Wood Stain. TWP 200 Series Stain is a deep penetrating oil stain that contains more than 94% solids extending the life of exterior wood surfaces like wood shakes and wood shingles. The non-drying paraffin oil enhances the wood cells structural stability to greatly improve the wood’s appearance and longevity.

TWP 200 Series Wood Stain repels and sheds harmful water and moisture, which can otherwise penetrate and damage shakes and shingles. These surfaces are also prone to sun damage, especially shakes and shingles on a horizontal surface like a roof. TWP 200 Series prolongs UV fading and discoloring caused by overexposure to harmful UV rays.

The 200 series product is compliant in all 50 states and is available in many different colors to meet your wood staining needs. Protect your home’s exterior shakes and shingles with the dependability of TWP’s 200 Series Wood Preservative. To purchase the best stain for shakes and shingles buy from an official TWP online dealer. Experience the quality and dependability of TWP 200 Series Wood Stains and extend the life and beauty of your wood shakes and shingles.

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    J.P Stevenson · 09/18/2015
    A contractor just finished resealing my boat dock. It is a very old,weathered dock. He left empty cans that list the product as TWP shingle and shaker sealant. Will this last on a boat dock?
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    TWP Stains · 09/02/2015
    Lucia Sander:
    If we are using TWP 1500 on our log home but have shakes on the gable, can I use the same TWP 1500 on the shakes?

    Yes you can.
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    Lucia Sander · 09/01/2015
    If we are using TWP 1500 on our log home but have shakes on the gable, can I use the same TWP 1500 on the shakes?
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    TWP Stains · 05/08/2015
    joe deck:
    would twp 200 be a good choice for a 4 year old cedar deck in austin txas? I've been using twp 1500 but in high traffic areas and parts where full sun beats on the deck, the finish wears by end of 1st season.

    Try the 100 Series as it penetrates deeper. 200 is for shakes and shingles.
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    joe deck · 05/08/2015
    would twp 200 be a good choice for a 4 year old cedar deck in austin txas? I've been using twp 1500 but in high traffic areas and parts where full sun beats on the deck, the finish wears by end of 1st season.
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    TWP Stains · 04/22/2015
    John Mesick:
    We are reconstructing an artist's studio building, originally constructed in 1846, and the roofing will be Alaskan Yellow Cedar shingles. It was described as being orange in color. Can you produce the 200 Series stain in orange. It does not need to be a brilliant hue?

    Nearly a decade ago you produced a custom color for us to use in the restoration of James Madison's Montpelier in Virginia.

    The 201 Cedartone is the "orangiest" color in the 200 Series.
    http://www.twpstain.com/twp-200-series-5-gallon

    You could also consider the California Cedar color.
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    John Mesick · 04/22/2015
    We are reconstructing an artist's studio building, originally constructed in 1846, and the roofing will be Alaskan Yellow Cedar shingles. It was described as being orange in color. Can you produce the 200 Series stain in orange. It does not need to be a brilliant hue?

    Nearly a decade ago you produced a custom color for us to use in the restoration of James Madison's Montpelier in Virginia.