cavity tray

cavity tray

A British term for cavity flashing.
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A Check that a cavity tray has been installed where the top of the extension meets the house.
With extensions you have to install a cavity tray that keeps the external wall below dry.
If the house has had an extension built against the side or back, look out for weep holes above the flashing indicating that a cavity tray damp proof course has been fitted.
The 250g meal is packed in a dual cavity tray to accommodate the Cranberry Sauce accompaniment and the single portion serving is idea If or a vegetarian member of any family or vegetarian dinner guest.
Daniel McAreavay, by email A Check that a cavity tray has been installed where the top of the extension meets the house.
There is a popular Par-Pak fish cake range such as the 55020 Twin Cavity tray or the 55048 Rectangular Fish Cake tray.
Alan Homes Building Surveying, listed building consent for re-point with lime mortar the tower block to Lockbridge Mill and carry out damp treatments including insertion of a cavity tray (conservation area), former Union Mills, Factory Lane (Lockbridge Way), Milnsbridge.
Of course, there should be a cavity tray damp-proof course above the flashing to stop any water draining down the wall and past the flashing but deep snow on the roof can cover the evidence, hence the unfinished surveys.
MILNSBRIDGE: Alan Holmes Building Surveying, listed building consent to re-point with lime mortar the tower block to Lockbridge Mill and carry out damp treatments including insertion of a cavity tray (conservation area), former Union Mills, Factory Lane.
The initial thought was that the cavity tray dampproof course, set into the original side wall above the flat roof level, wasn't working and water was seeping down from the exposed upper wall and showing up on the internal lower wall.
The beam was meaty enough for the job, but the builder had failed to take sufficient care with the cavity tray above.
The cavity tray on the other hand, is to stop any dampness that might soak through the upper wall, draining down inside the cavity.