Somewhere in the dim past I remember seeing cedar shake siding that was available in panels - approx, 2 courses X 3 ft. Anyone know about this?
Last night on HGTV they sided a house with 2x8 sheets of Cedar shakes (sp?). It seemed to make the job just slightly more complicated than applying sheathing. I'd be interested in finding out more info as well.
The one and only place I've ever seen them used was on an episode of TOH some time ago. Perhaps you might try that website to see if there's a reference.
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