Advanta Shingles

Advanta Shingles
Installation Guide
ADVANTA Shingle’s patented four-way interlock design guards against
wind driven rain and prevents wind uplift. Panels measure 1’ x 3’ with
a 3 square foot net coverage area. There are seventeen (17) panels
per carton and two (2) cartons per square (100 square feet). Panels
weigh 95 pounds per square. Minimum recommended pitch is 3:12,
subject to building codes.
Review and understand complete
guide before beginning installation.
This guide has been prepared as
suggested details to particular design
conditions. Each condition has certain
limitations to performance, aethetics or
economics. Professionals qualified to
assess this information for a specific project,
should determine that the selection and installation
are made to their requirements. ATAS cannot
assume any responsibility for the actual selection
and/or installation of materials. The panels, flashings
and trim shown in this guide are installed over solid
and plumb substrate. It is assumed that the structure
has been designed and prepared in accordance with
local building codes.
Panel Installation Detail
12”
Installation Sequence
Gable Side
Typical
Setback
Snap a vertical line to square up the roof plane with the eave line.
Start in the bottom left hand corner of the roof plane with a full
length panel. Install shingles in a left to right manner starting from
the eave. Panel sidelaps should be staggered with a 12-inch typical
setback. Repeat with a full length panel every fourth row.
Panels are pre-punched to accomodate five fasteners per panel.
There are 170 fasteners per square. Manufacturer recommends
using 2” ring shank, galvanized roofing nails; however, a pneumatic
fastener gun with fasteners that have equivalent pull out values can
also be used. Screw fastening may be utilized for increased uplift
resistance.
Eave Side
Top/Bottom Lap Joint
Upper Panel
Notch Panel 2”
Lower Panel
ATA Guard*
Left/Right End Lap Joint
Left Hand Shingle
(Applied First)
Right hand Shingle
(Applied Next)
Solid Substrate*
Solid Substrate**
2” Ring Shank
Grommeted Nail or
screw fastener for
increased uplift
resistance.
**Recommended solid substrate is a minimum 5/8-inch exterior grade plywood or equivalent. ADVANTATM Shingles can be applied
over existing roofing materials in accordance with local building codes. Current roof deck should be structurally sound and capable
of anchoring fasteners.
Eave Detail
1. In re-roofing applications: cut back and remove
existing shingles and drip edging to be flush with the
eave and gable lines.
Metal Shingle
ATA-Guard*
2. In all applications: apply ATA-Shield** along eave
and up the roof to a point at least 24” beyond outside
face of exterior wall.
Drip Edge
3. Install drip edge against fascia trim. Space fasten- HSA114
ers at a maximum of 12” o.c. Overlap drip edge a
minimum of 3”.
ATA Shield**
Roof Deck
4. Beginning on top of drip edge install ATA-Guard*
to roof.
2” Ring Shank
Grommeted Nail
5. Refer to gable and/or valley details as required
before installing panels.
Fascia
6. Attach the lower flanged edge of the shingle over
the drip edge. Square the panel in the channel trim
at the gable edge and fasten with a ring-shank
grommeted nail. (See panel installation section.)
Gable Detail
1. Apply drip edge over ATA-Shield paper at gable.
Make sure to overlap the drip edge at the eave line.
HSA201
Channel
Trim
Metal Shingle
ATA-Shield**
2. Apply butyl caulk tape to drip edge.
3. Lay the channel trim over drip edge as shown.
Overlap channel trim a minimum of 3”.
4. Align the first shingle into the channel trim and
snap a line across the roof plane. (See panel installation section.)
Note: Notch bottom flange of panel as needed to
allow for proper drainage at eave/gable juncture and
other similar conditions.
HSA114
Drip Edge
Roof Deck
2” Ring Shank
Grommeted
Nail
Butyl Caulk
Tape
Fascia
Valley Detail
1. Install ATA-Shield** 18” up both side of the valley
line.
2. Install the valley pan and clip fasten through the
substrate 24” o.c. overlap valley pans at a minimum
of 6”. Install ATA Guard* 6” over edge of valley pan.
Metal
Shingle
HSA801
Valley Pan
7/8” x 5/16”
Painted Gasketed
Screw
ATA Shield**
Butyl Tape Caulk
HSA805
Valley Cover
3. Lay shingles onto the valley pan maintaining a 2”
clearance from the valley’s center.
4. Apply butyl caulk tape to valley pan as shown and
install valley cover with 6” min. overlap, fasten with
7/8” stitch screws spaced 24” o.c.
Underlayments: ATA-Guard* is a polyolefin based,
100% asphalt free, high strength reinforced roofing
underlayment for use beneath metal roofing on steep
slope applications. 1000 sq. ft. per roll at 48” wide.
ATA Guard*
2” Ring Shank
Grommeted
Nail
Valley Clip
Roof Deck
Underlayments: ATA-Shield** is the recommended self adhesive
underlayment for eaves, sidewall and any critical areas exposed
to ice damming and extensive water run off.
Available in 65’-8” x 39-3/8” rolls (200 sq. ft. per roll).
Hip & Ridge Detail
Hip and ridge applications are handled in the same
manner.
HSA303 Rolled
Hip/Ridge Cap
1. Install Advanta shingles to hip or ridge.
2. Apply expandable sealant tape to ridge cap; place
just behind returned edge of cap.
3. Secure the cap with 2” x 5/16” painted/gasketed
screws approx. 24” o.c. Make sure the screw penetrates the expandable sealant between metal.
Note: Make sure to fasten the caps to the high point
on the shingle in order to avoid dimpling, and make
sure the screw penetrates the cap through the
expandable sealant tape into the solid substrate.
Ridge caps can accommodate standard ridge venting
products. Refer to venting manufacturer’s instructions and local building code requirements.
2” x 5/16” painted
Gasketed Screw
Closure Tape
Expandable Sealant
Tape
Metal
Shingle
ATA Guard*
Roof Deck
2” Ring Shank
Grommeted Nail
Headwall Detail
HSA500
Headwall Trim
Install appropriate underlayment to the edge.
1. Install metal shingles up to the headwall.
2. Apply soft cell closure tape to headwall trim just
behind hem.
3. Set trim and secure using 2” x 5/16” painted
gasketed screws at 24” o.c. on the sloped side ot the
trim.
Note: Make sure to fasten the caps to the high point
on the shingle in order to avoid dimpling, and make
sure the screw penetrates the cap through the
expandable sealant tape into the solid substrate.
2” x 5/16” Painted
Gasketed Screw
Appropriate
Fastener
Expandable
Butyl Sealant Tape
Metal Shingle
ATA Guard*
2” Ring Shank
Grommeted Nail
Roof Deck
Shed Ridge Detail
1. Install metal shingles up to the roof peak.
2. Apply expandable sealant tape to ridge cap; place
just behind returned edge.
3. Set trim and secure using 2” x 5/16” painted gasketed screws at 24” o.c. on the sloped side of the
peak trim.
2” x 5/16” Painted
Gasketed Screw
Expandable
Sealant Tape
2” Ring Shank
Grommetted Nail
HSA342
Peak Trim
Metal Shingle
ATA-Guard*
4. Fasten peak trim with 2” x 5/16” painted gasketed
screws at 24” o.c.
Note: Make sure to fasten the caps to the high point
on the shingle in order to avoid dimpling, and make
sure the screw penetrates the cap through the
expandable sealant tape into the solid substrate.
Roof Deck
2” x 5/16”
Painted/
Gasketed
Screw
Sidewall Detail
1. Install ATA-Shield** along roof plane and up sidewall.
Wall Treatment
2. Notch bottom flange of panel 3 1/4” from end for
proper overlayment of the step flashing onto the
lower shingle.
HSA410
Sidewall Trim
HSA440
Step
Flashing
ATA Guard*
Metal Shingle
3. Place step flashing against the sidewall and fasten
1” from the top with one ring shank grommetted nail.
Repeat Steps 2 & 3 for each course.
4. Install the panel up to the wall. Fasten the panel
as close to the wall as possible without penetrating
the step flashing.
ATA-Shield**
4” up wall
ATA-Shield**
(15” on roof)
Roof Deck
2” Ring Shank
Grommetted Nail
5. Install the sidewall trim and fasten to wall with ring
shank grommetted nail at 2’-0” o.c.
Note: If the wall treatment is siding it should lay over
the sidewall trim. If brick or stucco, a reglet should
be used with counter flashing to seal.
Note Regarding Trim Details
The application of flashing and trim requires a detailed approach. Consideration should be given to the roof’s geometry and course it
creates for water run-off. Location of gutters and the use of snow retention systems should also be considered. Proper planning
regarding the sequence of material overlap is critical. Sealants, such as butyl tapes and tripolymers, should be used at overlapping
trim edges, in conjunction with exposed fasteners, and to seal flashings. All fasteners should be properly tightened and not over
driven at an angle. Fasteners that are to loose can “back out” over time. An overdriven fastener may cause a depression in the
material, which be comes a collection point for standing water.
Pipe Detail
Step 1
Step 2
Cut on the proper pipe diameter marked on the
flashing.
Position over pipe and slide
down the pipe.
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Apply polyurethane sealant to the Mold the flexible base to
bottom of the base.
the panel contours.
Pipe drawings provided by Triangle Fasteners
Tools and Rules:
Basic Equipment Required:
Tie-off ropes, safety harness, long level, ladders, scaffolding with
approved planking, extension cords with approved ground plugs
and services.
Additional Tools:
Metal folding tool, hammer, chalk line, measuring tape, metal cutting tools - nibblers, drills, hacksaw, utility knife, pop-rivet gun,
caulking guns, layout and combination square, C clamps, sheet
metal shears (including RH, LH, straight and overhand). Power
driven screw gun with proper bits, depth-setting nosepiece, variable speed.
Choose the correct equipment and tools to do the job in a
safe manner. Wear safety gear and follow OHSA requirements.
Fasten with 1/4” x
1-1/8” drilling
fastener every 1-1/2”
around the base.
Follow these simple rules:
1. Never cut the panels with an abrasive cut-off wheel or torch, as this
will damage the finish.
2. Do not weld the trim or panels.
3. Remove any small burrs left by cutting, screwing or drilling.
4. Remove protective masking immediately after trim is installed.
5. Caution should be taken when unloading the panels to prevent
damage.
6. Use appropriate screws for the type of underlayment and long
enough to fully penetrate and secure the panel.
7. The stored materials should be kept dry.
8. Do not cut on finished roof. Remove all drill spirals, chips and dust
immediately.
9. Seal neoprene closures and soft cell foam by applying appropriate
sealant to both surfaces.
10. Put appropriate sealant/butyl tape between overlapping trims.
11. Overlap trims in a manner not to impede the flow of water.
For further information or assistance, contact our Residential Product Support at 877-286-3320
©2004 Accel Roofing Products. All
rights reserved. Advanta is a tradename owned by ATAS International,
Inc.
ATAS International, Inc.
(610) 395-8445
LAT210 C3M804
Corporate Office
6612 Snowdrift Road
Allentown, PA 18106
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