Cedar Shakes & Shingles Roof Assemblies

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Cedar Shakes & Shingles Roof Assemblies

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Introduction
Definition and Terms
RoofStar Guarantee Standards for Cedar Shakes & Shingles Roof Assemblies
2. Materials
3. Cedar Shingle Roofing (STR-CS)
3.1 GENERAL
3.2 MATERIALS
3.3 APPLICATION
3.3.1 Deck (Roof Sheathing) Requirements
3.3.2 Eave Protection and Underlay
3.3.3 Shingles
3.3.4 Valleys
3.3.5 Vertical Upstand Flashing
3.3.6 Hips and Ridges
3.3.7 Ventilation - Attic Space / Cathedral / Insulated Roof Assemblies
3.3.8 Special Nailing Requirement
4. Cedar Shake Roofing (STR-HS)
4.1 GENERAL
4.2 MATERIALS
4.3 APPLICATION
4.3.1 Deck (Roof Sheathing) Requirements
4.3.2 Eave Protection and Underlay
4.3.3 Shakes
4.3.4 Valleys
4.3.5 Vertical Upstand Flashing
4.3.6 Hips and Ridges
4.3.7 Ventilation - Attic Space / Cathedral / Insulated Roof Assemblies
4.3.8 Special Nailing Requirement
NOTE: Cedar Wall applications (excluded from the RoofStar Guarantee Program, and are included here merely for reference.)
5. Cedar Shingle Sidewalls (STR-CS)
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 MATERIALS
5.3 APPLICATION
5.3.1 Special Nailing Requirements
5.3.2 Corners
6. Cedar Shake Sidewalls (STR-HS)
6.1 GENERAL
6.2 MATERIALS
6.3 APPLICATION
6.3.1 Corners
Accepted Materials
Application Guides and Notes
Guide Specification
Cedar Shakes & Shingles Construction Details


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