Tando Shake & Shingle
Tando Shake and Shingle siding is a new-age siding that mimics the timeless look of cedar shakes and shingles. These lightweight, easy to install panels speed up installation, and boost curb appeal. Excellent for dormers, gables, and entire homes, Tando Shake and Shingle is the modern solution for a classic look.
Features & Benefits:
-Mimics the look of traditional cedar siding
-Lightweight and easy to install
-Easy to cut and fasten, making it great for dormers and gables
-Comes in a wide variety of pre-finished colors
-50 Year Performance Plus Warranty
Tando is available in two color classes - solid and natural. These allow the end-user to to decide if they want a full painted look (solid), or a traditional stained look (natural). Within each class are a variety of colors that are sure to capture the imagination of any homeowner.
Beach house shakes offer the natural, beautiful look of cedar but without the headaches. This low maintenance product also offers the realistic appearance home owners are looking for
This shake also comes in 3 unique colors
Hatteras, Pacifica, and Sandcastle
Signature Stain Shakes are designed to give the attractive look of real wood stain. It amplifies the grains and tones of wood but requires none of the upkeep
This stain comes in 3 available colors
Acorn, Bark, and Fawn
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Tando made out of?
Tando products are made of a durable, high quality, Polypropylene composite. Tando utilizes an injection molding process to create Tando Panels.
Are these UV Protected?
Yes - Tando uses a proprietary coating system which provides UV protection to help maintain the color of the product.
How thick are the panels?
It can depend on the profile, but generally speaking panels are 3/32" thick.
What is the expansion and contraction rate of the product?
Like all Polypropylene products, there is a degree of expansion and contraction that will occur during changing temperature and climatic conditions. These panels can expand and contract up to 1/8". However, each panel has a built in expansion joint that compensates for this expected movement.
Do I need to use house wrap?
Yes. Tando is considered decorative, so a house wrap is required for a water barrier.
How should I cut these panels?
It's best to use a circular saw or table saw.
What type of fasteners should I use?
It's recommended to use a non-corrosive roofing or siding nail. Make sure the nail head is larger than the panel's nailing hole, and your nail should penetrate at least 1/2" into a solid substrate. It is NOT recommended to use a nailing gun. Hand nailing is the recommended installation method.
Are Tando panels suitable for ground contact?
Yes. However if certain chemicals (fertilizer, ice salt, weed spray, etc) come into contact with the product, there is a chance of discoloration.
How should I clean Tando siding?
Tando is very low maintenance and will require minimal maintenance. On a annual basis, use a normal garden hose with light soapy water will to remove any dirt or mildew. Never use a pressure washer with Tando.
Installed Photo Gallery:
Roughsawn Cedar Dual - Slate Gray:
Roughsawn Cedar Single - Denim Blue:
Rustic Cedar 9 - Harvest Cedar:
Handsplit Shake - Barn Red