What You Need To Know About Shingle Roof Diagram
Wade Warren Wade Warren June 27, 2022


Other than shingles, what else goes into constructing a roof? Prepare for your roofer's visit by looking over and being familiar with the shingle roof diagram.



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What are the Common Parts of a Shingle Roof Diagram?


1. Roof ridge


Roof Ridge Often referred to as the peak, the roof's highest point may be found here. A roof's hips and ridges need a certain kind of shingle.


2. Ridge vent


Ridge vent Use our attic ventilation calculator to figure out how much exhaust ventilation you'll need to keep your roof and attic adequately ventilated.


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3. Flashing


To keep water out, flashing is a metal covering placed over joints, chimneys, and any skylights or dormer windows. Metal stair steps next to a chimney, or side walls of a roof, may be flashing to you.


4. Hip


It is the junction of two roof planes that meet to produce a sloped ridge extending from peak to bottom of the roof. They have been mainly built for this particular area of a roof.


5. Roof deck


It is the structural basis of the roof system, where plywood or wood is often used.


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6. Roofing underlayment


An additional layer of protection for the roof deck and the shingles may be found in the form of synthetic or felt underlayment. Underlayment made of synthetic materials helps keep moisture at bay and guards against leaks. It's becoming more fashionable to use synthetic underlayment instead of felting because of its proven water resistance and long-lasting durability.


7. Roof valley


A V-shaped junction of two sloping roofs merging at an angle to facilitate water drainage is known as a "roof valley."


8. Laminated Architectural Shingles


As an architectural shingle, it might be called three-dimensional shingles or laminated, depending on the context. Architectural shingles are the antithesis of three-tab shingles, constructed as a single layer of tabs that seem flat or lacking in dimension.


9. Roof gable


It is the triangular piece of the outside wall that is at the pinnacle of the roof and is situated between an inclining roof and an eavespread. Roof gables are also called rakes.


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10. Metal drip edge


This non-corrosive metal drip edge is utilized at the rake and eave to assist control dripping water and maintaining the wall's underlying portion by aiding runoff.


11. Dormer


A dormer is a portion of a roof that has been elevated. One of the most typical features of dormers is the inclusion of a window that extends vertically through the roof slope.


12. Ice and water barrier


Self-adhered waterproofing material is put along eaves, valleys, side walls, and other susceptible places to prevent ice damage from wind-driven rain.


13. Roof eaves


This part of a roof extends outward from the main body of the structure, and it is often found in the first three feet of a roof.


14. Undereave vent


This kind of vent helps bring cold, dry air into an attic by being situated under the eaves. Again, you can use our ventilation calculator to figure out how much intake ventilation you need to adequately ventilate your attic and roof.


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