cant strip[′kant ‚strip]
A strip placed along the angle between a wall and a roof so that the roofing will not bend sharply.
A strip placed under the edge of the lowest row of tiles on a roof to give them the same slope as the other tiles.
A filler piece cut at an angle, most often at 45 degrees, to make a transition from a horizontal roof to a vertical parapet.
1.A beveled strip of wood or other material used esp. under built-up roofing where
tilting fillet, cant strip, doubling piece, tilting piece
A thin wedge-shaped strip of wood placed under the slates or tiles of a roof to tilt the bottom course; used where needed to shed water more effectively. Also see arris fillet.