Wood shingle


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Wood shingle

A roofing unit of wood that is cut to stock dimensions and thicknesses and used as an overlapping covering over sloping roofs and side walls.

wood shingle

A thin roofing unit of wood, usually cut from green wood and then kiln-dried, either split along the grain or cut to stock lengths, widths, and thicknesses; used as an exterior covering on sloping roofs and on side walls and applied in an overlapping fashion. Also see shingle.
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