What is a shingle

Shindel is a traditional roofing used in folk architecture. Shingle is a wooden blade shape that is 8-15cm wide and 50-60cm long. On one side, this plate is provided with a cutting edge, with a second groove. Shingles are divided into shingles cut and split, which has a much longer life. The split shingle does not have broken strands to prevent water from flowing into the shingle, resulting in faster water drainage, it is also much stronger than the cut. The cut shingle never reaches the shingle shingle. Impregnation prolongs its service life.