24″ Tapersawn Shakes Western Red Cedar

These shakes are sawn both sides. Premium and Number 1 Grades are the most common. Number 1,  2 and 3 Grades are also available.

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24″ Tapersawn Shakes Western Red Cedar

Western Red Cedar Shakes

24″ Tapersawn Shakes Western Red Cedar

24″ Tapersawn Shakes

Tapersawn Shakes Western Red Cedar

Western Red Cedar Tapersawn Shakes

24″ Tapersawn Shakes Western Red Cedar | These shakes are sawn both sides. Premium and Number 1 Grades are the most common. Number 1,  2 and 3 Grades are also available.
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Sheathing
Staggered Butt Applications Shakes and shingles may be applied over
spaced sheathing. Spaced sheathing is usually 1 x 4 or 1 x 6 softwood boards and shall not be less than 1 x 4 boards.
Solid sheathing is recommended for shakes and may be required in seismic regions or under treated shakes and shingles. Solid sheathing is used in areas with wind-driven snow. Please note that the only solid sheet
sheathing tested with Certi-label shakes and
shingles is plywood. Check with your local
building official for plywood thickness/dimensions. Eave protection is used
on the edge where 36″ felt underlay is used and should extend up at least 24″ beyond the exterior wall but it is not meant to cover the entire roof.

Staggered Butt Applications

Staggered butt applications are made by shortening the exposure less than the greater maximum exposure. No shakes or shingles shall be applied greater than the maximum exposure allowed. Check with local building codes for approval of this installation method.
Note: Do not cover the entire deck with water proofing membrane. This will not allow shingles to breathe. See CSSB technical bulletin “Asphalt-Saturated Organic Felt”

Recommended Use

For walls or roofs on 4:12 slope and steeper where a high quality, durable and uniform appearance is desired.

Shingle Dimensions

  • nominal thickness – 0.50″ (12.7mm)
  • nominal length – 24″ (610mm)
  • random width from 4″ to 14″ (100 to 355mm)

Bundle Contents:

  • approx. 45 shakes
  • 29 rows (14/15 pack)
  • min. 465 lineal inches, (11.81 m) measured edge to edge
  • 25 sq.ft. (2.32m2) with a 7-1/2″ (190mm) roof exposure
  • there are 5 bundles per one roofing square – 100 sq.ft. (9.3 m2)

Shipping details (approximate):

  • bundle weight green – 70 lbs (32 kg)
  • bundle weight kiln dried – 45 lbs (20.4 kg)
  • bundle size – 18″ x 26″ x 9″ (45x66x23cm) WxLxH
  • pallet size – 42″ x 53″ x 84″ (107x137x213cm) WxLxH
  • pallet weight green – 3,500 lbs (1590 kg) (50 bundles)
  • pallet cubics – 110 cu.ft. (3.1 m3)
  • number of bundles per pallet – max. 60
  • 20ft container capacity – 400 bundles / 8 pallets
  • 40ft container capacity – 900 bundles / 18 pallets

Note: Prices are subject to change without notice. Shipping quoted separately.

Add treatment by selecting from the drop down list below (Kiln Dry, CCA or Fire Retardant)

Roof Exposure

7 1/2"

Wall Exposure

8"

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