A standard bundle of white cedar shingles covers 25 sq. ft (2.3 m2) if the exposure is 5 in (12.5 cm). Cedar shingles are measured in squares, 1 square = 4 bundles.

## How do I calculate how many cedar shingles I need?

How to Calculate Cedar Shingles Coverage

- Measure the width and height of one section of the roof, and multiply the numbers together to get the square footage of that section. …
- Divide the square footage of the roof by 100 to get the number of “squares” needed.

## How much space do you need between cedar shingles?

As a general rule for shingles equilibrated to ambient conditions (about 12% moisture content), shingles should be installed about 1/8 to 1/4 in. (3 to 6 mm) apart whereas shakes should be spaced about 3/8 in. (9.52 mm) apart and not more than 1/2 in.

## How far does a square of shingles go?

A square of shingles is the quantity needed to cover 100 sq. ft. of roof.

## How many square feet does a bundle of wood shingles cover?

For example: 18 shake bundles 12/12 should cover 100 square feet at 7 1/2 exposure. 9/9 ” pack should give 75% coverage of a square.

## How much does a square of cedar shingles cost?

The average roofing installation price for a cedar shingle roof costs anywhere between $7,649 to $11,474 on an 1,800 sq. ft home. You can expect to pay $4.50 to $9.00 per sq. foot or $450 to $900 per square for wood shingles when installed on a standard sized single story home.

## How much is a square of cedar shingles?

Cedar shake siding costs between $6 and $12 per square foot for materials and installation. Shingle siding costs $6 to $10 per square foot.

## What goes under cedar shingles?

Cedar Breather® is the solution for preserving the beauty and life of wood roofing. As an underlayment for wood shingles and shakes, Cedar Breather provides space for a continuous air flow between the solid roof deck and the cedar shingles.

## What are the different grades of cedar shingles?

The 3 grades (types) of cedar shake shingles are common, selects, and 100% straight grain. To make these shingles, they take large cedar trees and cut them into 2-foot sections and hand split them or saw them into a tapered thickness (tapersawn).

## Where do you nail cedar shingles?

Nails should be long enough to penetrate underlying materials in the cedar shingles at least 3/4 inches, or all the way through. Use two fasteners to apply each Certi-label shingle or shake. Apply both nails 3/4 inches from the edge of each shake or shingle, and about 1 1/2 inches above the exposure line.

## How many bundles of shingles is a square?

Here are a couple more examples: A package of shingles is called a bundle. 3 bundles = 1 roofing square (98.4 sq. ft.)

## How do I calculate shingles?

To estimate how many shingles you’ll need, first estimate the total square footage of your roof’s surface. To do this, measure the length and width of each plane on the roof, including dormers. Then, multiply length x width to get the square footage of each plane.

## How many squares are in a 1200 square foot roof?

To determine the number of squares on the gable roof above, divide its total of 24,000 square feet by 100 (24,000 ÷ 100 = 240).

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How many shingles do I need for 1000 square feet?

House by Square Foot | Roof by Square Foot | Re-Roofing Cost* |
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1,000 | 1,054 | $4,000 – $5,500 |

1,100 | 1,160 | $4,200 – $6,000 |

1,200 | 1,265 | $4,500 – $6,500 |

1,500 | 1,581 | $5,500 – $8,000 |

## How far does a bundle of shingles cover?

In the roofing industry, squares refer to 100-foot portions of roofing. A single bundle of shingles usually contains enough to cover 33 square feet.

## What is a square of siding shingles?

A “square of siding” is a measurement of siding material. One square of siding is sufficient to cover 100 square feet of wall space. A square of siding is thus sufficient to cover a 10-foot by 10-foot section of exterior wall.

## How much is a square of shingles?

Shingles are sold by the bundle and by the square. A square is equal to 100 square feet and will cost anywhere between $100 and $1,800. A bundle is around 1/3 of a square and costs an average of $30 to $600. On the low end, asphalt averages $100 and $150 per square while slate averages about $1,200.