thin pieces of wood used in overlapping rows to cover roofs and exterior walls of houses; sometimes shaped like fish scales
Pieces of wood, asbestos or other material used as an overlapping outer covering on walls or roofs.
Materials used in overlapping rows for covering roofs and walls
Wood, asphalt, or other material that is applied in small sections as an outside covering on roofs of exterior walls to convey the run off of water.
Small units of material which are laid in a series of overlapping rows as a roof covering on pitched roofs.
Flat pieces of weatherproof material laid with others in a series of overlapping rows as covering for roofs and sometimes the walls of buildings. Shingles are manufactured in a variety of materials, including fiberglass, plastic, baked clay, tile, asbestos, asphalt, aluminum, and wood. Wood shingles are included in the “Wooden Materials” category under "Predominant Roof Material."
Small rectangular slabs of wood used on roofs as an alternative to tiles or slates.
A flat thin rectangular timber tile as roof cladding or over walls, laid so that each tile overlaps the one below. Common for roofs in the Early Victorian period and in the Edwardian and 1930s period, shingled gables and balustrade.
Product specific for sloped roof water-proofing
Thin pieces of wood or materials that overlap each other in covering a roof. The number and kind needed depend on the steepness of the roof and slope.
wooden tiles which have been used for roofing for several thousand years. Used in exactly the same way as clay or concrete tiles, traditionally in Britain they were oak, now mostly Canadian cedar. Soft woods have been used, and continue to be used in parts of the world, where they are usually coated in tar to achieve longevity. Shingles can be sawn or cleft, that is split along the grain. Cleft shingles look better and last longer.
Small rectangular slabs of wood used on roofs instead of tiles, slates etc.
A siding or roof covering applied in overlapping layers, usually made of asphalt, wood, asbestos, slate, etc.
Thin pieces of wood or other material set in overlapping rows to form a roof or wall cladding.
Wooden tiles for covering roofs and spires.
Roof or wall covering of asphalt, wood, tile, slate or other material cut into standard lengths; widths and thickness.
Thin, wedge-shaped pieces of wood or flat rectangular pieces of slate, mineral fiber, glass fiber or composition asphalt installed on a roof to prevent water seepage.
Roofing material characterized by short, rectangular sections, nailed to the roof decking in an overlapping pattern. Asphalt shingles are the most common type. (See roof decking)
Roof covering of asphalt. asbestos, wood, tile, slate, or other material cut to stock lengths, widths, and thicknesses
are pieces of asphalt. asbestos, wood, tile, slate, or other material cut to stock lengths, widths, and thickness for covering roofs and walls.
Tiles cut out of wood, with one side thicker than the other so they fit together tightly.
Any roof covering made of asphalt, wood, tile, slate, or other material that has been cut to various stock lengths, widths and thickness.
Wedge shaped pieces of wood or other material used as siding or flat rectangular pieces of asphalt, fiberglass, slate, etc. installed on a roof to prevent water seepage.