Oxford Shingle Specifications

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Oxford Shingle is an attractive aluminum roofing system designed to provide a beautiful, long-lasting, durable, and energy efficient alternative to traditional roofing materials like standard shingles and slate. The large interlocking panels minimize seams on the roof and feature all concealed fasteners.

Pre-Formed Flashings and Accessories:

  • Hip / Ridge caps
  • Self-cleaning valley
  • Combination starter strip / drip edge
  • Gable edge trim
  • Sidewall flashing
  • Vent pipe flashing
  • Matching coil stock
  • Color-matched butyl sealant
  • Roof AquaGuard underlayments
  • Aluminum screwshank nails
  • Unique fastening clips
  • Optional snow guards
  • Available foam inserts for high traffic areas

Panel measurements: 60" x 12", 20 panels per 100 square feet;

Weight: 40 pounds per square
Oxford Shingles have a four-way interlock that locks each panel to the surrounding panels. The panels are secured to the roof using aluminum fastening clips. The clips, are attached to the panels’ top locks, allow the panels to expand and contract as necessary. The product’s low weight allows installation over many existing roofs.

Aluminum: .024” 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:< 3:12

Finish: Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000
Oxford Shingle is coated with a baked on protective primer and a Kynar 500 or Hylar 5000 top coat to provide a high quality finish. Kynar 500 and Hylar 5000 are trade names for polyvinylidene fluoride resin. The backs of the panels are finished with a protective clear coat. The finish includes reflective pigment to enhance the product’s energy efficiency.

For more information or architectural specifications, contact us.

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