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Cedar Shakes and Shingles

The cedar shakes that we carry have split faces and sawn backs they are of number 1 grade quality, creating very distinctive rustic look.

The cedar shingles that we carry are a type of smooth sawn, architecturally uniform cedar shingle that is preferred for it's natural and tailored appearance and is used on traditional, modern, and non-residential structures.  For use on roofs and sidewalls.

Shakes and shingles are made of western red cedar.  A wood that is naturally resistant to insect infestation as well as very durable to weathering and the environment, providing many years of protection for your home or building.

Product
#1 Medium H/S Shake

#1 Heavy H/S Shake

#1 5/8 Tapersawn Shake
#1 16" W.R Shingles
#2 16" W.R. Shingles
#1 Tapersawn Ridge

#1 16" Shingle Ridge

 
Firetreated Class "B"

#1 Medium H/S Shake

#1 Heavey H/S Shake

#1 16" W.R. Shingles
#1 Ridge
 

Handsplit and Rewawn Shakes

Handsplit Number 1 Grade
    These shakes have split faces and sawn backs.  Available in premium grade or number 1 grade.

Number 1 Grade
    Lengths 24-inch, thickness 3/8", 1/2"(medium) and 3/4"(heavy) minimums.  Width 4" minimum.  Clear heartwood; 20% maximum flat grain in each bundle.

Roof Exposure
    10" maximum; 24-inch (3/8") Shakes - 7 1/2" maximum (5" per UBC).

Wall Exposure
    Single course; 8" for 18-inch shake; 10 1/2" for 24-inch shake.

Double Course
    14" for 18-inch shake; 18" for 24-inch shake

Recommended use
    For walls and roofs on 4:12 pitch & steeper where high quality appearance & performance are desired.

 

Tapersawn Cedar Shakes
    These shakes are sawn both sides.  Premium and number 1 grades are the most common.  Premium grade is 100% edge grain, 100% clear and 100% heartwood.  Number 1 grade allows up to 20% flat grain in each bundle.  Number 2 and 3 grades are also available.

Number 1 grade
    Description: Nominal length 18" and 24" shakes shall be of random widths, minimum width shall be 3 1/2".  Tapersawn shakes less than 4" in width shall not constitute more than 5% of each bundle.  Thickness shall be naminal 5/8" of  3/4" with minus tolerance of 1/16" in 10% of the bundle.  Face 100% clear.  Flat grain 205 maximum per bundle.  1/8" sapwood allowed to exposure line.  Additional sapwood permitted above that point.

Roof Exposure
    10" for 24-inch shakes - 7 1/2" for 18-inch shake.  Interlaid felt is required.

Wall Exposure
    Single course: 11 1/2" for  24-inch shake; 8 1/2" for 18-inch shake.

Double course
    18" for 24-inch shake; 14" for 18-inch shake.

Recommended use
    For walls and roofs on 4:12 pitch and steeper where high quality, durable and uniform appearance is desired.

 

Red Cedar Shingles

Cedar Shingles
    This type of smooth sawn, architecturally uniform cedar shingle is preferred for it's natural and tailored appearance and is used on traditional, modern, and non-residential structures.  For use on roofs and sidewalls.

Number 1 Blue Label
   The premium grade of shingles for roofs and sidewalls.  These top-grade shingles are 100% heartwood, 100% clear and 100% edge grain.  Available in 16", 18" or 24" lengths.
   Description: Lenghts 16-inch(Fivex), 18-inch(perfection), 24-inch(Royal); width 4" minimum, on 24-inch and 3" on 16-inch and 18-inch; thickness of 16-inch is 5/2" (5 butts together measures 2" thick), 18-inch is 5/2 1/4" thick, 24-inch is 4/2" thick.  Clear heartwood; 100% edge grain, no defects.
    Recommended use: For walls and roofs on 3:12 pitch and steeper where a premium quality product is desired.

Number 2
    A good grade for many applictaions.  Not less than 10" clear on 16" shingles, 11" clear on 18" shingles and 16" clear on 24" shingles.  Flat grain and limited sapwood are permitted in this grade.
    Description: Lengths 16-inch, 18-inch, and 24-inch.  Thickness of 16-inch is 5/2" 18-inch is 5/2 1/4" thick, 24-inch is 4/2" thick; width 4" minimum.  Face must be 10", 11" and 16" clear or better on 16-inch, 18-inch, and 24-inch shingles, respectively.  Limited sapwood and flat grain are allowed.  Limited knots and defects are allowed above the clear portion.
    Recommended use: For walls and roofs 3:12 pitch and steeper where a good quality product is desired.

Number 3
    A utility grade for economy applications and secondary buildings.  Not less than 6" clean on 16" and 18" shingles, 10" clear on 24" shingles.
    Description: Lengths 16-inch, 18-inch, and 24-inch.  Thickness of 16-inch is 5/2" 18-inch is 5/2 1/4" thick, 24-inch is 4/2" thick; width 3" minimum, 2 1/2" minimum on 16-inch.  Face must be 6" clear on 16-inch and 18-inch, 10" clear ib 24-inch shingles.  Unlimited sapwood and flat grain allowed.  Limited knots and defects above the clear portion.
    Recommended use: For walls and roofs on 3:12 pitch and steeper where an economy product is acceptable.

Number 4 Undercoursing
    A utility grade for undercoursing of double coursed sidewalls only.  Not a roofing material and not to be used as a starter course for roofs.
    Description: Lenths 16-inch, 15-inch, thickness 5/2" and  5/2 1/4" respectively; width 2 1/2" minimum.  Unlimited defects, flat grand and sapwood.
    Recommended use: A utility grade for under coursing of double coursed sidwalls only.  Not a roofing material and not to be used as a starter course for roofs.

Special Undercoursing
    Same grade requirements as undercoursing gradem except each bundle also contains the maching production on No. 3 grade shingles to be used as a starter course for roofs.

Number 1Pitch16"18"24"
 3:12 to 4:123 3/4"4 1/2"5 3/4"
 4:12 steeper5"5 1/2"7 1/2"
     
Number 2Pitch16"18"24"
 3:12 to 4:123 1/2"4"

5 1/2"

 4:12 and steeper4"4 1/2"6 1/2"
Number 3Pitch16"18"24"
 3:12 to 4:123"3 1/2"5"
 4:12 and steeper3 1/2"4"5 1/2"