Victorian Shingle

Historic look from the 1880s.

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Enduring Protection for Your Roof

Victorian Shingle is a historic metal shingle inspired by 1800s Victorian era stamped and embossed designs. Victorian is water shedding with a hidden fastened design and provided in a traditional Galvalume mill finish.

Design & Size

We provide Victorian Shingle in 1/2 SQ boxes (50 square feet). Each box contains 69 shingles. Each shingle is 14″ high by 9.5″ wide and covers 12.25″ high x 8.5″ wide once installed.

Size

Actual: 14" high by 9.5" wide
Coverage: 12.25" high by 8.5" wide

Gauge & Weight

26 Gauge – 1.0 lb / Sq Ft

Warranty & Finish

Victorian Shingle carries a 50 year finish and manufacturer’s defect warranty. The finish is an unpainted mill finish Galvalume – 45% zinc and 55% aluminum with a clear overcoat.

Finish & Warranty

50 Years

Reflectivity

67%

Purpose & Use

Unlike most other metal shingles, Victorian is water shedding but not water-tight. For this reason, ice & water shield is required on the entire roof surface. In addition, its smaller size and the need to pop lines to keep rows even means it installs slower than other metal shingles as well. Victorian Shingle can be installed on slopes as low as 4:12 and is designed for installation on solid deck applications.

Victorian Shingle is most often chosen for residential applications but also functions for light commercial applications as well.

Victorian Shingle has not been tested in Florida. A Florida certified engineer may be able to provide documentation for a historical installation exceptions in certain situations.

Minimum Slope

4:12

Substrate

Solid Deck

Intent

Residential

Colors
Diamond-Galvalume
Horseshoe-Galvalume

Color accuracy is limited by scanning and viewing conditions.
Actual samples available on request.

Resources

Primarily PDF downloads, these resources provide general, installation, and testing data.

General
Installation
Energy Star®

Victorian’s finish meets Energy Star requirements, reflecting 67% of the sun’s rays, but is not Energy Star® certified.

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