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Log Cabin Roofing Shingles 3m²

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Upgrade the roof on your log cabin, with these tough bitumen shingles.

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Product overview

Upgrade the roof on your log cabin, with these tough bitumen shingles.

This single pack covers 3m2, check the 'SPECIFICATIONS' section on your log cabin product page for the amount of packs you will need to purchase. Shingles come in 1m strips with 3 tabs.

Dimensions: L 1000mm x W 333mm
Weight (1 pack): 33kg


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Can I add advice re former owner of a shingle roofing Co. Take concrete tiles off.. Fix T&G 15 mm roofing ply to sound battens..with ply tongue on top edge..starting at spouting 50mm overhang and working to work all over.. String line first run of shingles at bottom and work up with 50% overlap as per shingle design.. Hire a shingle stapler or nailer.. Fix shingles above half overlap.. similar tactics on hips and valleys with cut sections of shingles.. Valleys first before shingles..hip after.. cheers Ron
Thanks Ron, great advice!
By Trade Tested on February 25 2020
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I have a small feature in my front fence that requires a new 'roof'. It is only 1200mmw x 620h (on each side). Will I need just the one pack, or more? Thanks.
One pack will cover 3 square meters and you have an area of 0.744m2. So you will be fine with just one
By Trade Tested on January 12 2022
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What is the minimum fall the roof can have with these shingles?
Traditionally with asphalt roof shingles it is recommended to have a minimum fall of at least 2:12.
By Trade Tested on September 21 2021
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Roofing Shingles

We have used the shingles on our little cabin and a deck off the cabin and they are easy to use and look great. At first we were concerned about them lifting in the wind but within a few hours of sunshine they settled into place and stuck really well. We did paint some bituseal around the lower edge just to make sure it was 100% water tight. We are delighted with the finished product.

Jan Wellington
Childrens Playhouse

This was a great roofing option for the children's playhouse that my students build as a project. It was able to be installed by my students independently. Safe to use as no sharp edges and no specialised cutting needed. The product looked good on the playhouse also.

GPH Auckland
Pergola roofing which turned out beautiful

I recently built an outdoor entertainment area with an outdoor kitchen, table and chairs and a chill out area. When I was considering the roof, I knew I didn’t want iron and I liked the look of the shingles, so I purchased about 14 packs to cover 30m2. The shingle instructions recommended using 12mm plywood which I used. After that I covered the ply with roofing/builders paper.(black paper, it has some type of waterproof oil/bitumen embedded in it). The instructions then recommended using 32mm nails to fix the shingles to the ply. However this wasn’t an option for me as you would see the nails from the underside of the roof.(it’s an open roof with exposed trusses). So I used 15mm obviously took longer than nails but it was worth it. It turned out great and the screws didn’t poke through the ply. Each layer of shingles overlaps the layer beneath it and in turn covers the screws, as when installing you have to start from the bottom and work your way to the ridge/top. Overall, I would highly recommend these shingles. They look great and have held up to the weather. We had a few days of heavy rain and wind 4 days after installation and they held fast. I found it best starting the installation around 8am and stopping at lunch as the sun heated the shingles up to much to walk across them. I found it only took about half an hour in the sun for the adhesive backing on the shingles to adhere strongly. I live in the Far North, Kaitaia where it seldom rains.

Justin Northland
Good product

Finished our cabin off nicely, tidy and easy to install

Sam Tauranga
Shingle roof tiles for cabana

Look amazing, a cost effective but still really awesome looking roof product

JD Auckland