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Certigrade® (R&R) Shingles

Rebutted/Rejointed Shingles are manufactured specifically for exterior and interior wall surface uses. They are a low maintenance product that adds beauty, texture, durability and insulating qualities to either new construction or remodeling and renovation of existing structures.

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Untreated Products

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Rebutted/Rejointed Shingles

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  1. General Information
  2. Installation Information
  3. Warranty Information

1. General Information

Appearance
Manufactured from Number 1 Grade Blue label or Number 2 Grade Red label Certigrade® red cedar shingles, trimmed for parallel edges with butts sawn at right angles. Available in both sawn and sanded face textures.

Finishes
Natural, primed white, primed gray, or special order colors.

Lengths
16-inch, 18-inch and 24-inch

2. Installation Information

Installation guides

Roofing Installation Video

3. Warranty Information

Manufacturer’s Lifetime Limited Warranty

Offered by Member Manufacturers of the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau (“CSSB”)

Warranty Submissions

For submission requirements see: Manufacturer’s Lifetime Limited Warranty.

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Number 1 Grade, Blue Label

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  1. General Information
  2. Installation Information
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1. General Information

Description
Lengths 16-inch, 18-inch, 24-inch; width 4″ minimum; thickness of 16-inch is 5/2″ (5 butts together measure 2″ thick), 18-inch is 5/2-¼” thick, 24-inch is 4/2″ thick. Clear heartwood: 100% edge grain; no defects.

Recommended Use
For exterior and interior walls where a premium quality product is desired.

2. Installation Information

Installation guides

Roofing Installation Video

3. Warranty Information

Manufacturer’s Lifetime Limited Warranty

Offered by Member Manufacturers of the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau (“CSSB”)

Warranty Submissions

For submission requirements see: Manufacturer’s Lifetime Limited Warranty.

Fraud Alert!

Download and read the fraud alert regarding manufacturer’s lifetime limited warranty.

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Number 2 Grade, Red Label

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  1. General Information
  2. Installation Information
  3. Warranty Information

1. General Information

Description
Lengths 16-inch, 18-inch, 24-inch; width 4″ minimum; thickness of 16-inch is 5/2″ (5 butts together measures 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 exterior and interior walls where a good quality product is desired.

Wall Exposure Table | Number 1 Grade, Blue Label®

MAXIMUM WEATHER EXPOSURE
 Shingle Length
Single Course
Double Course
16″ 7″ 12″
 18″ 8″ 14″
24″ 10½” 16″

Maximum weather exposure for No.2 Grade, Red Label Rebutted and Rejointed shingles should be in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.

These red cedar shakes and shingles are manufactured in accordance with standards established by the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau.

This is only a product description sheet necessary for selection of materials and grades. For a new roof construction manual and/or wall manual please contact: [email protected]

2. Installation Information

Installation guides

Roofing Installation Video

3. Warranty Information

Manufacturer’s Lifetime Limited Warranty

Offered by Member Manufacturers of the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau (“CSSB”)

Warranty Submissions

For submission requirements see: Manufacturer’s Lifetime Limited Warranty.

Fraud Alert!

Download and read the fraud alert regarding manufacturer’s lifetime limited warranty.

Read Fraud Alert

 

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