Pack:21pieces per bundle
Sq.m/Bundle:3.10 square meter per bundle
Weight:27kg per bundle ±1kg
Asphalt shingles are one of the most popular roofing products on the market. Known for their long life, durability, and wide selection of styles and colors, asphalt shingles are a great economical alternative to other roofing products. With options ranging from standard to luxury, there is an affordable option for every budget. Additionally, they are easy to install and repair, and proper attic ventilation and installation help maximize the life of asphalt shingles.
Fish Scale Shingles
Black, Red, Blue, Green, Customized
No flow, slide, drippage and bubble(90°C)
No crack being bent for 10°C
Resist To Tearing
Residential, Commercial construction roof
What’s Asphalt Shingles?
Although wood shingles, slate, tile, metal, and a host of other materials can be used to surface house roofs, asphalt stands out as the roofing material of choice because it is relatively affordable, easy to apply, fire-resistant, comparatively lightweight, available almost every-where, and durable enough to last for 15 to 40 years.
In the past, uninteresting appearance was the biggest strike against asphalt roofing-it just didn't offer the visual interest and charm of classic materials such as wood and tile. But things have changed.Today, asphalt shingles are sold in many textures, grades, and styles that are reasonably convincing at mimicking the look and character of traditional materials.
Depending on your design and functional needs, the use of customized scalloped shingles or siding materials can provide countless uses for your property. Here are some common uses for fish scale shingles:
Decorative or ornamental roofing or siding: Fishscale shingles can be installed for decorative purposes or as a roofing or siding trim. Use fish scale shingles on an entire roof or all siding for a uniform, interesting visual effect. Or add them to a small section to create a striking contrast. This attention to detail will impress anyone visiting or driving by. Adding fish scale shingles to many small sections is a popular way to draw attention and create texture.
Historic Homes: while scalloped shingles can complement any aesthetic, they are also commonly used to decorate traditional historic homes. These materials also adapt to the original architectural style of the home. Victorian and Queen Anne style properties often feature fish scale shingles.
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