2 edition of Glossary of terms applicable to roof coverings. found in the catalog.
Glossary of terms applicable to roof coverings.
British Standards Institution.
|Series||British standard 2717:1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
Roofing Materials: Underlayment, Shingles, Flashing. Each of these materials plays a vital role in the whole roof you’re not familiar with these common roofing terms, here are the basics. Underlayment is the base layer of your roof that can be found between the roof deck and the shingles. Made of asphalt and a fibrous mat (usually fiberglass or felt), u nderlayment can be. Glossary of roofing terms. Barge boards - Batten - Counter batten - Dormer - Eaves - Fascia - Felt roof (Cold) - Felt roof ( x ¾ inch) sawn timber - but may vary according to roofing cover) mounted horizontally across the rafters to locate and/or secure the tiles or slates.
The slope edge of a roof at the first or last rafter. Re-covering: The process of covering an existing roofing system with a new roofing system. Re-entrant Corner: An inside corner of a surface, producing stress concentrations in the roofing or waterproofing membrane. Reglet. Glossary of Roofing Terms Roofing construction is a complex process filled with unique industry terms, concepts, and jargon. At Bone Dry, we believe in the importance of educating our customers to the best of our ability to build a finished product that perfectly suits their needs.
Affordable Roofing by John Cadwell, Inc. Roofing Glossary. Most importantly, we recommend roofing customers be familiar with these common roofing definitions. As a result, it will help customers understand the terms when reviewing the estimate, warranty, and/or any other roof related documents. Channel Flashing: (for steep-slope roof construction) a type of ﬂ ashing used at roof-to-wall junctures and other roof-to-vertical plane intersections where an internal gutter is needed to handle run-off. Commonly used with proﬁ le tile. Rooﬁ ngng Glossary of Terms Glossary of Terms - .
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Pent Roof -A roof with slope on one side only. Pitch The angle of inclination with the horizontal the rafters or substructure surface on which the roof coverings are laid. In patent glazing, the angle at which the plane of a stretch of glazing is inclined to the horizontal. A to Z Roofing Terminology and Most Used Terms Attic: The open area above the ceiling and under the roof deck of a steep-sloped roof.
Asphalt Shingle: A shingle manufactured by coating a reinforcing material (felt or fibrous glass mat) with asphalt and having mineral granules on the side exposed to the weather. Batten: (1) cap or cover; (2) in a metal roof: a metal closure set over, or covering the joint between, adjacent metal panels; (3) wood: a strip of wood usually set in or over the structural deck, used to elevate and/or attach a primary roof covering such as tile; (4) in a membrane roof system: a narrow plastic, wood, or metal bar which is used to fasten or hold the roof membrane and/or base flashing in place.
Verge: The edge of a roof which runs from eaves to ridge at a gable. Wall Plate: 1) Part of a pitched roof construction that receives the feet of the spars (sp ars) and ceiling joist ends. 2) Part of a flat roof structure that receives the ends of the flat roof joists.
3) Part of a suspended timber floor construction that provides a level bearing and. Cant Strip – a 45 degree beveled wood, fiberboard, or metal strips at the junction of the roof and a vertical surface used to break a right angle.
Primarily used in low sloped roofing. Cap Flashing – flashing on a vertical surface to prevent the flow of water from getting behind the base flashing.
The cap flashing overlaps the base flashing. When working on a roof, it pays to be familiar with these terms. Here is a closer look at common roofing terms: © Don Vandervort, HomeTips.
Typical Roof Framing. Butt. The exposed end of a shingle. With wood shingles or shakes, this is the thicker end.
The butt of a shingle is the end that faces down-roof. Glossary of House Building Terms The following are definitions to some common terms you may run into as you review your blueprints, plan for home construction, or build your house.
The metal trim that is placed on the edge of the roof covering the seam between the roof plan on the eave and the fascia board.
Sometimes referred to as drip edge. Part I of this article contains definitions intended to apply wherever the terms are used throughout this Code.
Part II contains definitions applicable only to the parts of articles specifically covering installations and equipment operating at over volts, nominal. General.
Accessible (as applied to equipment). The highest fire-resistance rating for roofing as per ASTM E or ULC S Indicates roofing is able to withstand severe exposure to fire originating from sources outside the building.
All of IKO’s fiberglass shingles qualify as Class A roof coverings when installed according to our. Roof coverings are addressed in Chapter 15 of the IBC and Chapter 9 of the IRC.
Both codes provide requirements for roof coverings commonly used on high-sloped roofs (such as asphalt shingles, clay and concrete tile, wood shakes and shingles, and metal roofing) and for roof coverings typically used for low-slope.
A material installed over the roof deck prior to the application of the primary roof covering. Usually consists of fifteen (15#) or thirty (30#) pound organic felt.
Fiberglass reinforced and synthetic underlayments are becoming more popular due to their strength and moisture-control design.
Find the most up-to-date version of IS at Engineering Search for glossary terms (regular expression allowed) Begin with Contains the document stating the essential terms of the Construction Contract which incorporates by reference the other Contract Documents.
Used widely in building for waterproofing roof coverings of many types, exterior wall coverings, flooring tile, and the like. Plies or strips of roof membrane material used to closeoff and/or seal a roof at the horizontal-to-vertical intersections, such as at a roof-to-wall juncture.
Membrane base flashing covers the edge of the field membrane and extends up the vertical surface. Roofing nails and staples driven into decks at an angle – not perpendicular to the roof deck surface.
APA: The Engineered Wood Association The APA: The Engineered Wood Association is a trade organization that develops product standards, installation standards, and does certification testing of engineered wood products such as plywood and OSB. The roof edge from the fascia to the structure’s outside wall.
In general terms, the first three feet across a roof is termed the eave. End Laps When installing rolled products in roofing, the area where a roll ends on a roof, and is overlapped by the next section of. Residential Roofing - Glossary of Roofing Terms [10/6/ In general terms, the first three feet across a roof is termed the eave.
Eaves Flashing – Additional layer of roofing material applied at the eaves to help prevent damage from water backup. Edging Strips – Boards nailed along eaves and rakes after cutting back existing wood shingles to provide secure edges for reproofing with asphalt shingles.
If you’re a homeowner or business owner who doesn’t work in the roofing industry but is looking to work with a roofing company, there may be some confusing terminology thrown around.
To help you better understand your roofers and make an educated decision regarding your roofing project, check out this glossary of basic roofing terms with pictures.One hundred square feet of roof or the amount of roofing material needed to cover square feet when properly applied. Underlayment.
The material (usually roofing felt) laid on top of sheathing before shingles are applied. Valley. Where two sloping roof sections come together.Built-up roof. A flat or low-sloped roof consisting of multiple layers of asphalt and ply sheets.
Caulk. To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt cement to prevent leaks. Coating. A layer of viscous asphalt applied to the base material into which granules or other surfacing is embedded. Course.