Country Manor Shake Specifications

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Country Manor Shake is a heavily formed aluminum roofing system designed to capture the beauty of hand-split cedar shakes. Its tough aluminum alloy, quality hI-R reflective finish, and fully interlocking design withstand snow, rain, and even winds of up to 120 mph. The integral airspace between the metal and the roof deck creates a thermal break to increase building energy performance.

Pre-Formed Flashings and Accessories:

  • Hip and ridge caps
  • Self-cleaning valley
  • Starter strip and drip edge
  • Gable edge trim and gable caps
  • Sidewall flashing
  • Vent pipe flashing
  • Matching coil stock
  • Color-matched butyl sealant
  • RoofAquaGuard underlayment
  • Aluminum screw shank nails
  • Optional snow guards
  • Available foam inserts for high traffic areas

Panel Measurements: 48″ x 12″; 25 panels per 100 square feet;

Weight: 46 pounds per square
Each Country Manor Shake panel is formed with the look of eight individual and deeply-grained simulated shakes of varying height, width, and thickness to duplicate the random three-dimensional appearance of real cedar shakes. The product’s low weight allows installation over many existing roofs.

Aluminum: .019” thick roofing panels; Matching accessories are .019” or .024” thick aluminum
All aluminum panels and accessories are made of 3105-H25 aluminum sheet (minimum tensile strength 26,000 psi; minimum yield strength 22,000 psi) or equivalent. The aluminum has minimum 95% recycled content.

Minimum Roof Pitch: 4:12 in snow areas, or 3:12 in standard conditions.

Finish: Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000
Country Manor Shake panels and factory-formed accessories are protected with a two-coat, high performance Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 coating, which includes a protective primer and baked-on high-performance topcoat to resist chalking, fading, and deterioration. The finish includes reflective pigment to enhance the product’s energy efficiency.

Country Manor Shake is a Metal Construction Association Certified Metal Roofing Product.

For more information or architectural specifications, contact us.

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