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SECTION 07 31 13
ASPHALT SHINGLES
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Malarkey Roofing Products; commercial and residential roofing.
This section is based on the products of Malarkey Roofing Products, which is located at:
3131 N. Columbia Blvd. P. O. Box 17217
Portland, OR 97217
Toll Free Tel: 800-545-1191
Tel: 503-283-1191
Fax: 503-289-7644
Email: request info (bmichiels@malarkeyroofing.com)
Web: www.malarkeyroofing.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
Since 1956, Malarkey Roofing Products has operated as a family owned, professionally managed, privately held company, headquartered in Portland, Oregon.
At Malarkey Roofing, we believe in creating long-term value for our customers and business partners. Our commitment challenges us to find and improve the ways we manufacture products to support our customer's needs. Striving for excellence propels our company to new heights in polymerization and the development of long lasting products.
Maintaining our commitment to dependable roofing products is the vital key to our future success. Malarkey Roofing Products is not satisfied to rest on our past accomplishments and accolades. Our goal is to make products that improve people's lives and balance environmental and economic interests.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
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A.
High profile laminate asphalt shingles.
1.
Vista (261).
2.
Vista AR (262).
3.
Highlander (271).
4.
Highlander AR (276).
5.
Legacy (272).
6.
Legacy Scotchgard (273).
7.
Legacy XL Scotchgard (265).
B.
Designer heavyweight asphalt shingles.
1.
Windsor Scotchgard (285).
2.
Windsor XL Scotchgard (290).
C.
Traditional 3-tab asphalt shingles.
1.
Dura-Seal (202).
2.
Dura-Seal AR (203).
3.
The Alaskan Scotchgard (230).
D.
Solar reflective asphalt shingles.
1.
Ecoasis Costa (282).
E.
Underlayment and accessories.
F.
Vented nail base insulated panels.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
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A.
Section 02 41 16.13 - Building Demolition.
B.
Section 06 10 00 - Rough Carpentry.
C.
Section 07 61 00 - Sheet Metal Roofing.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
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A.
ASTM International (ASTM):
1.
ASTM C209 - Standard Test Methods for Cellulosic Fiber Insulating Board.
2.
ASTM C1289 - Standard Specification for Faced Rigid Cellular Polyisocyanurate Thermal Insulation Board.
3.
ASTM D226 - Standard Specification for Asphalt-Saturated Organic Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing.
4.
ASTM D1621 - Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Rigid Cellular Plastics.
5.
ASTM D1970 - Standard Specification for Self-Adhering Polymer Modified Bituminous Sheet Materials Used as Steep Roofing Underlayment for Ice Dam Protection.
6.
ASTM D2126 - Standard Test Method for Response of Rigid Cellular Plastics to Thermal and Humid Aging.
7.
ASTM D3018 - Standard Specification for Class A Asphalt Shingles Surfaced with Mineral Granules.
8.
ASTM D3161 - Standard Test Method for Wind-Resistance of Asphalt Shingles (Fan-Induced Method).
9.
ASTM D3462 - Standard Specification for Asphalt Shingles Made from Glass Felt and Surfaced with Mineral Granules.
10.
ASTM D4586 - Standard Specification for Asphalt Roof Cement, Asbestos- Free.
11.
ASTM D4601 - Standard Specification for Asphalt-Coated Glass Fiber Base Sheet Used in Roofing.
12.
ASTM D4869 - Standard Specification for Asphalt-Saturated Organic Felt Underlayment Used in Steep Slope Roofing.
13.
ASTM D6757 - Standard Specification for Underlayment Felt Containing Inorganic Fibers Used in Steep-Slope Roofing.
14.
ASTM D7158 - Standard Test Method for Wind Resistance of Asphalt Shingles (Uplift Force/Uplift Resistance Method).
15.
ASTM E84 - Standard Test Method for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials.
16.
ASTM E96 - Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials.
17.
ASTM E108 - Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Roof Coverings.
B.
Canadian Standards Organization (CSA).
1.
CSA A123.5 - Asphalt Shingles.
2.
CSA A123.3 - Underlayment.
C.
Florida Building Code (FBC).
1.
FL14807 - Underlayments.
2.
FL14809 - Asphalt Shingles.
3.
FL 23186 - Underlayments.
D.
ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES).
1.
ICC Approval - ESR-1561: Roofing Felt and Underlayment.
2.
ICC Approval - ESR-3150: Asphalt Shingles.
3.
ICC-ES AC188: Acceptance Criteria for Roof Underlayments.
E.
Intertek Testing Services (ITS).
1.
Fire Resistance Directory, Current Edition.
2.
Code Compliance Research Report - CCRR-1082: Roofing Felt and Underlayment.
F.
Underwriters Laboratory (UL):
1.
UL 790 - Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Roof Coverings.
2.
UL 2218 - Impact Resistance of Prepared Roof Covering Materials.
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
1.
Preparation instructions and recommendations.
2.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
3.
Installation methods.
 
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C.
Samples for Selection: For the following products, of sizes indicated: For each product specified, two complete sets of color samples representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
1.
Asphalt Shingles: Full size.
2.
Asphalt Starter Shingles: Full size.
3.
Flexor Polymer Modified Fiberglass Hip and Ridge Shingles: Full size.
4.
Synthetic Underlayment: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
5.
Flexor Polymer Modified Self-Adhering Fiberglass Reinforced Underlayment: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
6.
Flexor Polymer Modified Fiberglass Reinforced Underlayment: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
7.
Nails Used for Fastening Shingles: 5 of each nail type and size.
8.
Vented Nail Base: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
D.
Samples for Verification: For the following products, of sizes indicated: For each product specified, two samples representing actual product, color, and patterns.
1.
Asphalt Shingles: Full size.
2.
Asphalt Starter Shingles: Full size.
3.
Flexor Polymer Modified Fiberglass Hip and Ridge Shingles: Full size.
4.
Synthetic Underlayment: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
5.
Flexor Polymer Modified Self-Adhering Fiberglass Reinforced Underlayment: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
6.
Flexor Polymer Modified Fiberglass Reinforced Underlayment: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
7.
Nail Used for Fastening Shingles: 5 of each nail type and size.
8.
Vented Nail Base: 12 inches (305 mm) square.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Primary Roofing Materials Manufacturer Requirements:
1.
Manufacturer specified asphalt shingles for a minimum of ten years.
2.
Manufacturer shall be an associate member in good standing of either the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), Western States Roofing Contractors Association (WSRCA), or the Midwest Roofing Contractors Association (MRCA).
B.
Installer Qualifications: Approved by the manufacturer to install the specified products and provide the specified warranties.
C.
Source Limitations: Obtain hip and ridge shingles, starter, all underlayment products, insulation, and vented nail base from single source, from single manufacturer.
D.
Fire-Resistance Characteristics: Where indicated, provide asphalt shingles and related roofing materials identical to those of assemblies tested for fire resistance per test method below by UL or another testing and inspecting agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction. Identify products with appropriate markings of applicable testing agency.
E.
Exterior Fire-Test Exposure: Class A; ASTM E108 or UL 790, for application and roof slopes indicated.
 
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F.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
1.
Finish areas designated by Architect.
2.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship, color, and sheen are approved by Architect.
3.
Refinish mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
1.6
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.
B.
Store and dispose of solvent-based materials, and materials used with solvent-based materials, in accordance with requirements of local authorities having jurisdiction.
1.7
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.
1.8
PROJECT MEETINGS
A.
Pre-Construction Meeting:
1.
Prior to the start of the roofing project, the Owner will hold a job-site meeting and roof tour to review the scope of work.
2.
Authorized representatives of the Owner, the Roofing Contractor (Project Superintendent), the asphalt shingle manufacturer, other Subcontractors whose work complements, penetrates, or is mounted on the roof or will use the roof as a work platform, will be in attendance.
3.
The agenda for the meeting shall include:
a.
A review of the submittals.
b.
Distribution of approved submittals.
c.
A walkover inspection of the roof.
d.
Establishment of a schedule for the work.
e.
Selection of staging and storage locations.
B.
Final Inspection: Following the completion of the work, a final inspection shall be scheduled by Owner's Representative. Any uncompleted work shall be noted on a punch list. Final payment shall be made only after punch list is completed.
1.9
WARRANTY
A.
Standard Warranty: Shingles subjected to terms and conditions of the standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty. Wind warranty coverage is subject to the shingles being sealed.
 
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1.
Warranty Length: 25 years.
2.
Warranty Length: 35 years.
3.
Warranty Length: 40 years.
4.
Warranty Length: 50 years.
 
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5.
Limited Term Resistance to Wind: 60 mph (97 kph).
6.
Limited Term Resistance to Wind: 110 mph (177 kph).
7.
Limited Term Resistance to Wind: 70 mph (113 kph).
8.
Limited Term Resistance to Wind: 130 mph (209 kph).
9.
Limited Term Resistance to Wind: 140 mph (225 kph).
 
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10.
Scotchgard Protector warranty shall include 3M Scotchgard algae resistance to discoloration from algae growth for a period of 20 years from the date of substantial completion.
 
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11.
Algae Resistant System Warranty from Malarkey shall include algae resistance to discoloration from algae growth for a period of 5 years (Dura-Seal AR), 10 years (Highlander AR), and 12 years (Vista AR) from the date of substantial completion.
 
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B.
Special Warranty for Polymer Modified Shingles: Manufacturer's standard or customized form, without monetary limitation (NDL), in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace components of asphalt shingle roofing system that fail in materials or workmanship within specified warranty period.
1.
Special warranty shall include asphalt shingles, flashings, roof insulation, nail base, and other components of roofing system.
 
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2.
Warranty Length: 10 years from date of Substantial Completion.
3.
Warranty Length: 15 years from date of Substantial Completion.
4.
Warranty Length: 20 years from date of Substantial Completion.
C.
Upon project completion and acceptance by Owner, the Roofing Contractor shall promptly provide executed copies of the specified warranties.
D.
Furnish a list containing the names and contact telephone numbers of the Roofing Contractor's Service Manager, Superintendent, and Project Manager and the Roofing Contractor's current mailing address.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Malarkey Roofing Products, which is located at: 3131 N. Columbia Blvd. P. O. Box 17217; Portland, OR 97217; Toll Free Tel: 800-545-1191; Tel: 503-283-1191; Fax: 503-289-7644; Email: request info (bmichiels@malarkeyroofing.com); Web: www.malarkeyroofing.com
 
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B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
 
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2.2
SHINGLES
 
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A.
High Profile Laminate Shingles:
 
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1.
Vista (261) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Vista shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Vista meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 3 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
Listed with Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 40 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 12 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 12 years.
2.
Vista AR (262) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Vista AR shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Vista AR meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 3 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
Listed with Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 40 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 12 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 12 years.
6)
Algae Resistant System Warranty: 12 years.
3.
Highlander (271) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Highlander shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Highlander meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, and CSA A123.5.
2)
ICC Approval: ESR 3150.
3)
FBC Approval: No. 14809.
4)
Listed with UL and Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 40 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 12 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 10 years.
6)
Highlander Dove White and Golden Amber are listed with CRRC and compliant with CEC Title 24, Part 6 Cool Roof Requirements. Dove White is ENERGY STAR certified.
4.
Highlander AR (276) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Highlander AR shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Highlander AR meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, and CSA A123.5.
2)
ICC Approval: ESR 3150.
3)
FBC Approval: No. 14809.
4)
Listed with UL and Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 40 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 10 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 10 years.
6)
Algae Resistant System Warranty: 10 years.
7)
Highlander AR Dove White is listed with CRRC and compliant with CEC Title 24, Part 6 Cool Roof Requirements.
5.
Legacy (272) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Legacy shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Legacy meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
ICC Approval: ESR 3150.
3)
FBC Approval: No. 14809.
4)
Listed with UL and Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 50 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 15 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 15 years.
6.
Legacy Scotchgard (273) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Legacy Scotchgard shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Legacy meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
ICC Approval: ESR 3150.
3)
FBC Approval: No. 14809.
4)
Listed with UL and Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 50 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 15 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Scotchgard Protector Warranty: 20 years.
5)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
6)
Right Start Period: 15 years.
7.
Legacy XL Scotchgard (265) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Legacy XL Scotchgard shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Legacy XL Scotchgard meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
Listed with Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 50 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 15 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Scotchgard Protector Warranty: 20 years.
5)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
6)
Right Start Period: 15 years.
B.
Designer Heavyweight Shingles:
 
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1.
Windsor Scotchgard (285) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Windsor Scotchgard shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Windsor meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
ICC Approval: ESR 3150.
3)
FBC Approval: 14809.
4)
Listed with UL and Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 50 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 15 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 140 mph (225 kph).
4)
Scotchgard Protector Warranty: 20 years.
5)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
6)
Right Start Period: 15 years.
2.
Windsor XL Scotchgard (290) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Windsor XL Scotchgard shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Windsor XL Scotchgard meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
Listed with Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 50 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 15 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 140 mph (225 kph).
4)
Scotchgard Protector Warranty: 20 years.
5)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
6)
Right Start Period: 15 years.
C.
Traditional 3-Tab Shingles:
 
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1.
Dura-Seal (202) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Dura-Seal shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Dura-Seal meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, and UL 2218 Class 3 Impact Resistance.
2)
Listed with UL and Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 25 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 7 years. 60 mph (97 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 70 mph (113 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 7 years.
6)
Dura-Seal Dove White is listed with CRRC and ENERGY STAR, and compliant with CEC Title 24, Part 6 Cool Roof Requirements.
2.
Dura-Seal AR (203) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Dura-Seal AR shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Dura-Seal AR meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, and UL 2218 Class 3 Impact Resistance.
2)
Listed with UL and Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 25 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 7 years. 60 mph (97 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 70 mph (113 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 7 years.
6)
5 years Algae Resistant System Warranty.
3.
The Alaskan Scotchgard (230) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
The Alaskan Scotchgard shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Alaskan meets the requirements of:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 4 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
ICC Approval: ESR 3150.
3)
FBC Approval: No. 14809.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 35 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 10 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
20 years Scotchgard Protector Warranty.
5)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
6)
Right Start Period: 10 years.
D.
Solar Reflective Asphalt Shingles:
1.
Ecoasis Costa (282) as manufactured by Malarkey Roofing Products.
a.
Malarkey Ecoasis Costa shingles hold a Class A Fire Rating.
b.
As manufactured, Ecoasis Costa meets:
1)
ASTM D7158 Class H, ASTM D3462, ASTM D3161 Class F, ASTM D3018 Type I, ASTM E108 Class A, UL 2218 Class 3 Impact Resistance, and CSA A123.5.
2)
Listed with Intertek/WHI.
c.
Performance:
1)
Limited Material Warranty: 40 years.
2)
Limited Wind Warranty: 12 years. 110 mph (177 kph).
3)
Enhanced Wind Warranty Available: 130 mph (209 kph).
4)
Your Choice Warranty Program.
5)
Right Start Period: 12 years.
6)
Ecoasis Costa shingles are listed with CRRC and compliant with CEC Title 24, Part 6 Cool Roof Requirements.
E.
Color: Color shall be selected from the manufacturer's standard colors.
 
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2.3
UNDERLAYMENT
 
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A.
Flexor Polymer Modified, Self-Adhering Fiberglass Underlayment:
1.
Product: Malarkey 400 Arctic Seal.
2.
As manufactured, 400 Arctic Seal meets the requirements of ASTM D1970.
3.
Self-adhering sheet shall be nominal 55 mils (1.4 mm) thick.
4.
Self-adhering sheet shall be 36 inches (914 mm) in width.
5.
One roll covers 100 sq ft (9.29 sq m) of roof.
B.
Flexor Polymer Modified, Self-Adhering Fiberglass Underlayment:
1.
Product: Malarkey 401 Arctic Seal.
2.
As manufactured, 401 Arctic Seal meets the requirements of ASTM D1970.
3.
Self-adhering sheet shall be nominal 55 mils (1.4 mm) thick.
4.
Self-adhering sheet shall be 36 inches (914 mm) in width.
5.
One roll covers 200 sq ft (18.58 sq m) of roof.
C.
Flexor Polymer Modified Fiberglass Underlayment:
1.
Product: Malarkey Right Start UDL.
2.
As manufactured, Right Start UDL meets the requirements of ASTM D4601 Type II, ASTM D4869, ASTM D226 Type II, ASTM D6757 Type II, and ASTM E108 Class A.
3.
ICC Approval: ESR 1561.
4.
FBC Approvals: No. 14807 and No. 15214.
5.
Listed with Intertek/WHI.
6.
Sheet shall be 39-3/8 inches (1000 mm) in width.
7.
One roll covers 200 sq ft (18.58 sq m) of roof.
D.
Synthetic Underlayment:
1.
Product: Malarkey 1031 SecureStart Plus.
2.
As manufactured, SecureStart Plus meets the requirements of ASTM D226, ASTM D4869, CSA A123.3, and ICC-ES AC188.
3.
FBC Approval - FL 23186.
4.
Code Approval - CCRR-1082.
5.
Sheet shall be 48 inches (1219 mm) in width.
6.
One roll covers 1000 sq ft (92.90 sq m) of roof.
 
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2.4
VENTED NAIL BASE INSULATED PANELS
A.
Approved Manufacturers:
1.
Product: Hunter Panel - Hunter Cool-Vent Panel.
2.
Product: Rmax Insulation - Rmax Multi-Vent.
B.
Insulation Value:
 
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1.
Vented Nail Base Panel Thickness (in.mm): ______.
2.
Vented Nail Base Panel Thickness: As determined by the Architect.
3.
Vented Nail Base Panel R-Value: ______.
4.
Vented Nail Base Panel R-Value: As determined by the Architect.
5.
Flat Stock Insulation Thickness (in/mm): ______.
6.
Flat Stock Insulation Thickness: As determined by the Architect.
7.
Flat Stock Insulation R-Value: ______.
8.
Flat Stock Insulation R-Value: As determined by the Architect.
C.
Physical properties (Foam Core):
1.
Compressive Strength per ASTM D1621 and ASTM C1289: Type II, 20 psi (138 kPa) minimum Grade 2.
2.
Dimensional Stability per ASTM D2126: 2 percent linear change within 7 days.
3.
Moisture Vapor Transmission per ASTM E96: Less than 1 U.S. perm (57.21 metric perm).
4.
Water Absorption per ASTM C209: Less than 1 percent by volume.
5.
Flame Spread (Foam Core) per ASTM E84: Less than 450.
6.
Service Temperature: Minus 100 to 250 degrees F (Minus 73 to 122 degrees C).
D.
Panel Construction and Fasteners:
1.
Top layer of APA CDX Plywood.
 
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a.
Thickness (in/mm): ______.
b.
Thickness: As determined by the architect.
2.
Middle layer of vented air space with wood spacers and a bottom layer of black fiber reinforced faced polyisocyanurate foam insulation.
 
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a.
Vented Air Space and Spacer Thickness (in/mm): ________.
b.
Vented Air Space and Spacer Thickness: As determined by the Architect.
3.
Fasteners: 3/16 inch (5 mm) shank, corrosion resistant type with oversized heads.
a.
Fastener Length: As recommended by the panel manufacturer. Fasteners shall be equal to the panel depth plus a minimum of 1 inch (25 mm) penetration into the structural substrate.
2.5
RELATED PRODUCTS
 
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A.
Endura Vent Eave and Ridge Vents, below deck ventilation system.
B.
Flexor Polymer Modified 8 inches (203 mm) High-Profile Hip and Ridge: Malarkey No. 222 EZ-Ridge Scotchgard.
C.
Flexor Polymer Modified 10 inches (254 mm) High-Profile Hip and Ridge: Malarkey No. 224 EZ-Ridge XT Scotchgard.
D.
Flexor Polymer Modified 10 inches (254 mm) Hip and Ridge: Malarkey No. 225 RidgeFlex Scotchgard.
E.
Flexor Polymer Modified 12 inches (305 mm) Hip and Ridge: Malarkey No. 227 RidgeFlex Scotchgard.
F.
Full-Width Perforated Starter Shingle: Malarkey Smart Start No. 210.
G.
Full-Width Perforated Starter Shingle: Malarkey Smart Start No. 220.
H.
Flexor Polymer Modified Full-Width Starter Shingle: Malarkey Windsor Starter No. 212.
I.
Plastic Roof Cement conforming to ASTM D4586.
J.
Fasteners: Hot Dip Galvanized Ring shank nails with minimum 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) head.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING IMPORT
A.
New and dry roof materials delivered to the job site in containers unopened and undamaged. Manufacturer's products stamped with labels, names, and run codes of manufacture and testing laboratory.
B.
Store underlayment materials on ends only. Discard rolls which may have been flattened, creased, or otherwise damaged. Place materials on pallets or wood sleepers. Do not stack palletized materials.
C.
Cover underlayment rolls with weatherproof materials secured to prevent materials from becoming exposed to moisture. Use breathable tarps.
D.
Disperse materials stored on the roof surface to avoid concentrated loading. Set larger concentrations over structural members.
3.2
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
A.
Application of roofing materials shall not be performed when weather conditions interfere with good roofing practices.
3.3
VENTED NAIL BASE AND BASE INSULATION
A.
Install base insulation and vented nail base so the joint of the base insulation and the joints of the vented nail base are offset.
B.
Fastener placement and spacing shall be in accordance with the recommendations of the insulation panel manufacturer.
3.4
UNDERLAYMENT AND EDGING
A.
Apply specified underlayment as follows:
 
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1.
Slopes of 4 units in 12 units or greater, apply single layer, polymer modified fiberglass or synthetic underlayment laid parallel to eaves, lapping to the 2 inches (51 mm) or 4 inches (102 mm) ply line, and 6 inches (152 mm) on ends, end laps staggered 6 feet (1829 mm) from course to course.
2.
Slopes of 4 units in 12 units or greater in ice dam regions, apply self-adhering, polymer modified underlayment along eaves and rakes to a point 24 inches (610 mm) beyond the interior surface of exterior walls. From there, apply single layer polymer modified fiberglass or synthetic underlayment, lapping over self-adhering underlayment a minimum of 6 inches (152 mm).
3.
Slopes of less than 4 units in 12 units, apply double layer of specified underlayment laid parallel to eaves, installed shingle fashion with 50 percent side laps and 6 inches (152 mm) end laps.
4.
Slopes of less than 4 units in 12 units in ice dam regions, apply double layer of self-adhering underlayment along eaves and single layer on rakes to a point 24 inches (610 mm) beyond the interior surface of exterior walls. From there, apply double layer, polymer modified fiberglass or synthetic underlayment, installed shingle fashion with 50 percent side laps and 6 inches (152 mm) end laps.
5.
Optional installation for slopes of less than 4 units in 12 units in ice dam or coastal regions, areas of wind-driven rain, or homes with double-slope construction, apply double layer of self-adhering underlayment over entire roof. Ensure ventilation and moisture control issues are addressed.
B.
Valleys: Only those valley installations listed in the manufacturer's installation instructions shall be permitted.
1.
Regardless of valley method used, begin application by centering a full-width valley liner of self-adhering underlayment to the roof deck in all valleys.
2.
The field underlayment is then woven through the valley over the layer of self-adhering underlayment or lapped 6 inches (152 mm) on each side. If fastening the field underlayment, be aware no fasteners are allowed within 6 inches (152 mm) of the valley centerline.
C.
Pipe Flashing: Apply a bead of roofing cement around the pipe, sealing it to the underlayment prior to installing the metal pipe flashing. Install and secure the metal jack so that the bottom flange laps over onto the shingles. Side and top flanges shall have shingles lapping onto the flange. Shingles that lap onto metal shall be laid into a bed of roof cement. A bead of urethane sealant shall be applied where the pipe penetrates the cone of the jack.
D.
Perimeter Flashing: Use non-corrosive, 26 gauge (0.55 mm) sheet metal drip edge flashing. Install prior to underlayment on eave edges of roof and then along rake edges over the ends of installed underlayment. Install drip edge with flanges large enough (recommend 4 inch (102 mm) flanges) to completely cover roof edges. Secure with galvanized roofing nails, centered on the top flange at 8 to 10 inches (203 to 254 mm) O.C.
3.5
APPLICATION OF SHINGLES
A.
3-tab Application; 5-5/8 inches (143 mm) Offset - Diagonal Pattern:
1.
Starter courses: Use Malarkey starter shingles or 3-tab shingles with the tabs cut off; apply to eave and rake edges of roof.
2.
Cut 6 inches (152 mm) off the length of the starter strip and apply at the lower, left-hand corner of roof. The starter course shall overhang the edge metal 1/4 to 3/4 inch (6 mm to 19 mm). Fasten with four nails, 1-1/2 to 3 inches (38 to 76 mm) up from the eave with one fastener 1 inch (25 mm) from each end and the remaining two evenly spaced on the same line as the end fasteners.
3.
Continue starter course across the roof with a full-length shingles, butting them loosely together to avoid buckling.
4.
First course: Start with a full shingle applied directly over the starter course at the lower left-hand corner of the roof, and secure with fasteners.
5.
Second course: Cut 5-5/8 inches (143 mm) off the left end of a full shingle and apply the remaining 33-3/4 inch (857 mm) piece over the first course shingle. Align the bottom edge along a line level with the top of the cutouts in the preceding course, exposing the first course 5-5/8 inches (143 mm). Secure with fasteners.
6.
Third course: Cut 11-1/4 inches (286 mm) from the left end of a full shingle and apply the remaining 28-1/8 inch (714 mm) piece over the second course shingle, exposing the second course 5-5/8 inches (143 mm). Secure with fasteners.
7.
Succeeding Courses: Courses four through seven are begun with partial shingles, each progressively 5-5/8 inches (143 mm) shingle shorter, establishing the overall diagonal pattern or stair-step effect. (Pieces cut from shingles along one rake edge can be used to finish off courses on the opposite rake.)
8.
Apply a full shingle adjacent to each of the first seven courses to extend the pattern.
9.
Courses eight through fourteen repeat the process beginning with a full shingle and repeat the 1-to-7 course cycle on up the roof.
10.
Strike a chalk line every six courses or so to ensure straight courses. Shingles may be laid from either the left- or right-hand side. Start at either rake edge and follow layout and cutting instructions as required for proper application. Fill-in pieces less than 3 inches (76 mm) in width are not acceptable at rake edges.
B.
Laminate Shingle Application; 5-5/8 inches (143 mm) Offset - Diagonal Pattern:
1.
Starter courses: Use Malarkey starter shingles or 3-tab shingles with the tabs cut off; apply to eave and rake edges of roof.
2.
Cut 6 inches (152 mm) off the length of the starter strip and apply at the lower, left-hand corner of roof. The starter course shall overhang the edge metal 1/4 to 3/4 inch (6 mm to 19 mm). Fasten with four (4) nails, 1-1/2 to 3 inches (38 to 76 mm) up from the eave with one fastener 1 inch (25 mm) from each end and the remaining two evenly spaced on the same line as the end fasteners.
3.
Continue starter course across the roof with a full-length shingles, butting them loosely together to avoid buckling.
4.
First course: Start with a full shingle applied directly over the starter course at the lower left-hand corner of the roof, and secure with fasteners.
5.
Second course: Cut 5-5/8 inches (143 mm) off the left end of a full shingle and apply the remaining 34-3/8 inch (873 mm) piece over the first course shingle. Align the bottom edge along a line level with the "sawtooth" overlay in the preceding course, exposing the first course 5-5/8 inches (143 mm). Secure with fasteners.
6.
Succeeding Courses: Courses three through seven are begun with partial shingles, each progressively 5-5/8 inches (143 mm) shingle shorter, establishing the overall diagonal pattern or stair-step effect. (Pieces cut from shingles along one rake edge can be used to finish off courses on the opposite rake.)
7.
Apply a full shingle adjacent to each of the first seven courses to extend the pattern.
8.
Courses eight through fourteen repeat the process beginning with a full shingle and repeat the 1-to-7 course cycle on up the roof.
9.
Strike a chalk line every six courses or so to ensure straight courses. Shingles may be laid from either the left- or right-hand side. Start at either rake edge and follow layout and cutting instructions as required for proper application. Fill-in pieces less than three inches (76 mm) in width are not acceptable at rake edges.
C.
Windsor Shingle Application; 6-3/8 inches (162 mm) Offset - Diagonal Pattern:
1.
Starter courses: Use Malarkey starter shingles or 3-tab shingles with the tabs cut off; apply to eave and rake edges of roof.
2.
Apply the initial, full-length starter shingle at the lower, left-hand corner of roof. The starter course shall overhang the edge metal 1/4 to 3/4 inch (6 mm to 19 mm). Fasten with four nails, 1-1/2 to 3 inch (38 to 76 mm) up from the eave with one fastener 1 inch (25 mm) from each end and the remaining two evenly spaced on the same line as the end fasteners.
3.
Continue starter course across the roof with a full-length shingles, butting them loosely together to avoid buckling.
4.
Windsor Starter course: Trim the end of the first Windsor Starter shingle, 6-3/8 inch (162 mm), and lay it over the starter course, positioning the Windsor Starter so the full color blend overhangs the starter course by approximately 1/8 inch (3 mm). Fasten with four nails in-between the paint lines, approx1 inch (25 mm) from each side of the starter and the remaining two evenly spaced. Continue across the roof, butting the shingles loosely together to prevent buckling and fastening in place.
5.
First course: Start with a full shingle applied directly over the Windsor Starter course at the lower left-hand corner of the roof. Maintain the 1/8 inch (3 mm) overhang previously established, and secure with fasteners.
6.
Second course: Cut 6-3/8 inches (162 mm) off the left end of a full shingle and apply the remaining 31-7/8 inch (810 mm) piece over the underlying first course shingle. The bottom edge of the shingle tabs should line up with the top edge of the cutouts in the underlying shingle, exposing the first course 5-3/4 inches (146 mm). Secure with fasteners.
7.
Another way to position it is to align the right side with the right outside notch in the underlying first course shingle.
8.
Third course: Cut 12-3/4 inches (314 mm) off the left end of a full shingle and apply the remaining 25-1/2 inch (648 mm) piece over the underlying second course shingle. Position as before, lining up the bottom edge of the shingle tabs with the top edge of the cutouts in the underlying shingle, exposing the second course 5-3/4 inches (146 mm). Secure with fasteners.
9.
Another way to position it is to align the right side with the right outside notch in the underlying second course shingle.
10.
Fourth course: Cut 19-1/8 inches (486 mm) off the left end of a full shingle and apply the remaining 19-1/8 inch (486 mm) piece over the underlying third course shingle. Position as before, lining up the bottom edge of the shingle tabs with the top edge of the cutouts in the underlying shingle, exposing the third course 5-3/4 inches (146 mm). Secure with fasteners.
11.
Another way to position it is to align the right side with the right outside notch in the underlying third course shingle.
12.
Apply a full shingle adjacent to each of the first four courses to extend the pattern.
13.
Courses five and above: To continue installation on up the roof, repeat the diagonal pattern established in courses one to four.
14.
Strike a chalk line every six courses or so to ensure straight courses. Shingles may be laid from either the left- or right-hand side. Start at either rake edge and follow layout and cutting instructions as required for proper application. If starting from the right rake, position the left side of cut shingles with the left outside notch in shingles of underlying courses.
D.
Valley Installation:
1.
Closed-cut valleys: Start on the roof face that has less slope or height. Lay a first course of shingles along the eave, across the valley, and onto the adjoining roof a minimum 12 inches (305 mm). Press shingles well into the break of the valley and fasten no closer than 6 inches (152 mm) from the valley centerline. Add a fastener in the upper corner of the last shingle crossing the valley. Repeat this process with the first course of shingles on the intersecting roof. Note: The first course of shingles is the only one woven in this fashion. Return to the side of the roof you began with, and resume laying shingle courses across the valley and onto the adjoining roof. Complete installation of shingles on that roof face. Snap a chalk line 2 inches (51 mm) from the centerline of the valley on the unshingled side, and begin applying shingle courses there, trimming the ends diagonally to match the centerline angle. Crop the tops of each valley shingle at a 1 inch (25 mm), 45 degree cut. Embed the ends of the cut valley shingles in a continuous 3 inches (76 mm) wide bead of mastic.
2.
Open metal valleys: Install minimum 24 inches (610 mm) wide, 26 gauge, metal valley flashing over the valley liner, and secure with fasteners no more than 1 inch (25 mm) from the outside edges at a spacing of 10 inches (254 mm) to 12 inches (305 mm) on center. Overlaps in the metal should be a minimum of 4 inches (102 mm) and embedded in a continuous bead of sealant. Do not fasten the metal laps. Lay a first course of shingles along the eave of one roof area and over the valley, making sure the end of the last shingle meets or goes beyond the centerline of the metal valley. Complete the installation of shingles on that roof section. After all shingles have been installed in the valley, snap a chalk line 2 inches (51 mm) from the center of the metal valley, and trim shingles to the chalk line, matching the centerline angle. Crop the tops of each shingle course at a 1 inch (25 mm), 45 degree cut. Embed the ends of the cut valley shingles in a continuous 3 inches (76 mm) wide bead of mastic. Install shingles on the adjoining roof as described above.
3.
"Bleeder, Point," or "California" valleys are not acceptable.
3.6
FASTENERS
A.
3-tab Nailing Pattern: Nails must be placed just below the seal-down strip and centered over the shingle cutouts. End fasteners are placed approximately 1 inch (25 mm) in from each end of the shingle and the remaining nails over the shingle cutouts. Fasteners shall not be overdriven to cut into shingles or underdriven. Fasteners shall be seated flush to the shingle surface as illustrated on the shingle wrapper. When fastening, butt shingles loosely together to prevent buckling.
 
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1.
Fasteners per shingle: Four.
2.
Fasteners per shingle/high wind areas: Six, including starter shingles.
3.
Steep slope fastening (roof decks greater than 21:12): Six, including starter shingles, and hand-sealing of tabs.
B.
Laminate Nailing Pattern: Nails must be placed within the nailing zone, 1 inch (25 mm) in from each end of the shingle and the remaining nails evenly spaced on the same line as the end nails. Fasteners shall not be overdriven to cut into shingles or underdriven. Fasteners shall be seated flush to the shingle surface as illustrated on the shingle wrapper. When fastening, butt shingles loosely together to prevent buckling.
 
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1.
Fasteners per shingle: Four.
2.
Fasteners per shingle/high wind areas: Six, including starter shingles.
3.
Steep Slope Fastening for Roof Decks Greater Than 21:12: Six, including starter shingles, and hand-sealing underneath.
C.
Windsor Nailing Pattern: Due to its open-tab design and size, Windsor shingles have three nailing patterns that are determined by conditions. Consistent in all patterns are the placing of end fasteners 1 inch (25 mm) in from each end of the shingle and the remaining nails in the high or low nailing areas as directed. Fasteners shall not be overdriven to cut into shingles or underdriven. Fasteners shall be seated flush to the shingle surface as illustrated on the shingle wrapper. When fastening, butt shingles loosely together to prevent buckling.
 
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1.
Fasteners per Shingle: Five.
2.
Fasteners per Shingle: Six for regions requiring more fasteners per Shingle.
3.
Fasteners per Shingle for High Wind Areas: Nine, and six each for Windsor Starter shingles and Smart Start starter shingles.
4.
Steep Slope Fastening for Roof Decks Greater than 21:12: Nine, and six each for Windsor Starter shingles and Smart Start starter shingles, and hand-sealing of tabs.
END OF SECTION