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0028 Cedar Shingle Using Synthetic Ventilation Layer - Roofing - Wood Shingles Shakes
 
0028 Cedar Shingle Using Synthetic Ventilation Layer - Roofing - Wood Shingles Shakes -

Image Text: Exposure Table: #1 grade shingles > roof slope > 4/12 and up > shingle length 16 inches, 18 inches, 24 inches > 5 inches > 5.5 inches > 7.5 inches > plywood roof sheathing > eave protection (at least 36 inches up roof) > for nailing and shingle placement details, see cedar shingles - nailing details illustration > exposure (see table above) > 1/2 inch thick breathable nylon mesh installed below the shingles to promote back-drying > doubled up first course > 1-.5 inches overhang at eaves and edges

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