Pine shingles | Article about pine shingles by The Free Dictionary
Shingles of pine wood; much used in Europe and, at one time, in the US
References in classic literature
Then he scraped away the dirt, and exposed a pine shingle
Page (1994) in a follow-up study concluded that CCA-treated radiata pine shingles
were unsuitable for use on roofs in New Zealand due to the severity of checking that developed when the shingles were exposed to the weather.
are half the price of cedar but last half as long unless treated annually with wood preservative.