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Shakes are manufactured to be more irregular than shingles, so they don't lay as flat on the roof when installed. A layer of felt is typically used to block wind-blown precipitation from damaging a shake roof. With the exception of tapersawn shakes, shakes are typically split on one or both sides. Most types of shake are treated to prevent mold, moss, and mildew. Shakes are generally more durable than asphalt shingles.
Shake roofs are generally more expensive than asphalt shingles. A 10x10 ft. square generally runs around $300.
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