Bundle #1 Grade Cedar Shake Hip and Ridge Joints

#1 Grade Cedar Hip and Ridge Joints decrease labor time and give your roof the finished look you desire. By providing a clean and consistent ridge line, Cedar Hip and Ridge Joints are a durable, low-maintenance solution for your roof.

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Western Red Cedar Hip and Ridge Roof Shakes  will give your roof a clean and consistent look while also providing durability and beauty. Cedar shakes are lightweight, wind resistant, and provide excellent insulation. Whether you stain them or allow them to weather naturally, real cedar shakes are a low-maintenance, practical option that will give your home the beautiful look you desire. 

Features & Benefits of Western Red Cedar Shingles:
Extreme Durability – Cedar Shakes easily withstand harsh weather conditions including heavy wind, rain, and hail.
Longevity – Western Red Cedar is known as one of the most durable softwoods. With proper maintenance, Cedar Shakes can beautify your home for decades.
Energy Efficiency – Cedar offers excellent insulation for your home. While maintaining a low carbon footprint, Cedar will keep your house warmer during cold months, while allowing your home to breathe and stay cooler during the warmer months.
Termite Resistance – Western Red Cedar wood is naturally resistant to termites.
Ease of Installation - Cedar Shakes are simple to install and come pre-bundled for easy jobsite transport.
Versatility – Western Red Cedar Shakes can be used with many different architectural styles, affording you the option of a home covered in beautiful Cedar wood, or simply a small rustic accent area on an otherwise traditional home.
Adaptability – Cedar Shakes are manufactured to be used on both interior and exterior wall surfaces.

Product Specifications:
Packaging: 20 Units Per Bundle = 16 2/3 linear feet with a 10" shake exposure.
Length: 24"
Grade: Number 1 Grade. Non-bureau grading. Clear Heartwood, 100% edge grain, no defects.
Texture: Smooth Sawn Texture.
Thickness:5/8" - 3/4" Thickness at the butt.
Width: No less than 9".
Exposures: The Hip and Ridge exposure should be equal to or less than the exposure in the field of the roof, and should not exceed the maximum exposure for the specified length and grade.

Recommended Use: The appropriate Hip and Ridge unit should be selected to match the adjacent shingles or shakes. However, in many areas a taper-sawn Hip and Ridge unit is used on both shingle and shake applications. Hip and Ridge product type selection should be in accordance with the aesthetic desired.

Product Resources:
Certi-label Cedar Shakes and Shingles: Made from the Finest Wood Fiber on Earth
Overview of Cedar Shake Application
Overview of Care and Maintenance
"Making The Decision to Reroof"

Estimating Cedar Hip and Ridge Shingles:
Please ensure you have the following information when estimating roof coverage for cedar shingles:
1. Length of all hip and ridge roof joints you wish to cover measured in linear feet.
2. Application and exposure to be used.
3. Product type used.
4. Amount of product in each box or bundle.

More Information
SpeciesWestern Red Cedar
Shingle Application Roof
Shingle GradeNo. 1 Blue Label
Shingle Length 24" (Royal)
Shingle ProfileRebutted & Rejointed (R&R)
Shingle Texture Natural Texture
Guides / Product Info

Additional Technical Resources for #1 Blue Label Cedar Shake Hip and Ridge Joints:
Watkins Sawmill: PEFC Certificate of Registration
Miami-Dade Department of Regulatory and Economic resources Notice of Acceptance
Guide to Hand-Split and Resawn Shakes
Guide to Certi-Grade 24 Inch Royal Shingle Grading Rules
USDA Guide to Shake and Shingle Maintenance and Finishing

Application Notes:
• Good workmanship is crucial to the integrity of any sidewall system. Installers should read the CSSB Installation Manual carefully and ensure that they follow proper workmanship practices.
• Certi-label Western Cedar shingles and shakes are applied on walls differently than on roofs. The major difference is in permissible weather exposures. On walls, the maximum weather exposure is greater than it is on roofs.
• A given area of wall will require less material than the same area of roof.

Finishing Cedar Shingles:
• Use oil-based stains only. To hasten the weathering process, apply a bleaching oil finish.
• Generally finish products immediately after installation, provided that the moisture content is appropriate for both the finish product being used and your locale. If the finish is not applied promptly, adhesion can be compromised (unless additional surface preparation is undertaken).
• If you have installed a natural product (unfinished), apply your finish before rain and other moisture are absorbed. Ensure that high humidity concerns have been accounted for.
• In all instances drying time varies from region to region. Excessive moisture will limit finish adhesion.
• If you clean the surface prior to finishing, ensure that it is allowed to dry to the finish manufacturer's recommended moisture content level before applying a new finish.

• Each Certi-label Western Cedar shingle or shake should be applied with two fasteners.
• Nails must be stainless steel Type 316 in locations within fifteen (15) miles of salt water (ref. Stainless Steel Industry of North America, Washington DC, www.ssina.com).
• For locations outside the salt water zone, nails must be stainless steel Type 304, Type 316, or hot-dipped zinc-coated galvanized conforming to a coating weight of ASTM A 153 Class D (1.0 oz/ft2).
• Stainless steel nails, although more expensive, offer the highest degree of corrosion resistance.
• Contact the nail manufacturer for further information to ensure the nails used comply with listed requirements and are correct for your application.
• Minimum nail lengths are shown in the fastener chart located in the CSSB Shingles Installation Guide.
• In double course applications, the exposed Certi-label Western Cedar shingle or shake should be face-nailed with two nails (as above), driven 2" above the butt line, and 3/4" from each edge.
• Certi-label Western Cedar shingles wider than 10" require 2 additional nails driven approximately 1" apart near the center of the shingle.

**Please Note: Some nail manufacturers offer nails specifically for wood shake or shingle sidewall application. Contact the nail manufacturer for further information to ensure the fasteners used comply with listed requirements and are correct for your application.

• If you choose to use staples, they must be stainless steel Type 316 in locations within fifteen (15) miles of salt water.
• For locations outside of the salt water zone, stainless steel staples Type 304 or Type 316 must be used.
• Two staples should be driven per Certi-label Western Cedar shingle or shake with the staple crowns 7/16" minimum horizontal, maximum 3/4" horizontal, to the Certi-label Western Cedar shingle or shake butt.
• Staples are driven in the same location as nails relative to the sides and overlapping butt line.
• Certi-label Western Cedar shingles wider than 10" require 2 additional staples driven approximately 1" apart near the center of the shingle.
• Fasteners should be long enough to penetrate into the sheathing at least 3/4" or all the way through, and driven flush with the surface of the Certi-label Western Cedar shingle or shake.
• In all applications, staples shall be concealed by the course above.
• DO NOT USE ELECTRO-GALVANIZED (EG) FASTENERS. Ensure the fasteners used comply with listed requirements.
• For aesthetic reasons, nails are preferred in sidewall application using exposed fasteners.