In the past, the term shingled façade has evolved from walls clad in wood shingles. Due to the shape of today's cladding panels of metals, bitumen, slate and cement are referred to as shingles.
A shingle façade is a wall cladding consisting of small plates or plates. They are attached overlapping and can produce different looks through different shapes. The most widespread are rectangular and at the bottom rounded shingles on facades. Standard Standard forms have been developed from the original wooden shingles. In addition to the rectangular variants, there are the symmetrically rounded beaver tails. Beveled lower corners are Steilck shingles. All shingles of the same width are called Täferschuppenschindeln. Asymmetr The Black Forest is the source of asymmetric bevels with the tip on the right or left of a quarter of the lower edge length. Symmetrical rhombuses with even beveled flanks, the so-called stag tongue and the swallowtail resemble each other.
In addition to shingled façades made of wooden shingles, wall claddings are nowadays produced in typical shingle optics made of different materials. Metal plates made of aluminum, copper or zinc sheet are usually processed in rectangular shapes. Bitumen shingles are usually only visually modeled on the shingles. The embossed mat plates are fixed to the wall and imitate a single-piece shingle façade. Sch Shingled facades are also made of stone. Shingles made of slate, clay and granite are popular. In addition, the production of shingles made of fiber cement possible. A stone façade requires a sturdy base and reliable fastening with screws. Only a shingled facade of wood and bitumen can be nailed.