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Metal Tiles, Shakes and Shingles - August 2018

Metal tiles, shakes and shingles featured in Metal Architecture's August 2018 issue.

Boral Roofing’s Pine-Crest Shakes are stone-coated steel shakes that replicate hand-split wood shakes. Pine-Crest Shakes may be installed directly to roof decks or wood battens to roof-over existing roofing materials on roofs with a 3:12 or greater pitch. They have a 120 mph wind uplift rating, Class A fire rating and Class 4 hail rating. Eight standard colors are available: Barclay, Charcoal, Country Blend, English Suede, Ironwood, Sage Green, Timberwood and Windsor.

CertainTeed’s Matterhorn metal tile replicates the appearance of clay tile on a Tuscan villa. A roll-formed, tongue-and-groove snap-lock hides fasteners and creates a seamless appearance. The metal tiles have 130-mph wind resistance, come in eight colors that are rated by the Cool Roof Rating Council and comply with California’s Title 24.

Kassel and Irons’ KasselWood Steel Shingles are fully interlocking shingles with concealed fasteners. The panels’ exposure is 40.625 inches long by 8.625 inches wide. The A653 G90 galvanized steel shingles are produced with Kynar 500 PVDF finishes in New Cedar, Weathered Cedar, Aged Cedar, Copper Penny, Evergreen, Charcoal, Gunmetal, Mission Red, Stone, Black, Slate Rock Gray, Barkdust and Cinder Gray. A full line of accessories including speed trims and a self-cleaning valley system is available.

Petersen Aluminum’s Precision Series Cupped Tiles for walls and roofs are 3/8-inch deep and add dimension to exteriors. The cupped design catches light at multiple angles to create a multi-shade effect and sense of movement as viewing perspective changes. Cupped Tiles are produced in 0.032-inch aluminum or 24-gauge steel. They are 14 1/2 inches long by 8 5/16 inches wide. In roof applications, installers can safely walk on the tiles during installation. The metal tiles are offered in 38 PAC-CLAD colors.