weathertight


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weathertight

Sealed against the intrusion of rain, snow, cold air, etc.
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Externally, we have been continuing our efforts on the development of comprehensive, compatible building enclosure solutions that control air and moisture infiltration, and utilization of best practices in the design and construction of weathertight buildings, to reduce energy consumption and prolong building life.
It has a distinct advantage of doubling as a wind-in-your-hair drop top as well as a weathertight tin top.
For the more adventurous DIY enthusiast, fully approved BAA (Approval Inspection Testing Certification), non permeable roofing membrane, Weathertight, is available for unrestricted use in vented roof spaces.
Glaziers complete a job by making sure the fitting is weathertight by using sealants, rubber strips or lead and aluminium flashing.
Timber frame homes are weathertight in almost half the time, leading to important quality, efficiency and health and safety benefits;
English Heritage has now come up with pounds 140,000 to sure up the building and make it weathertight after Shrewsbury and Atcham Borough Council issued an Urgent Works Notice on the building because of its state of disrepair.
With David and Maria both having project management experience, they decided to get Potton's to erect the frame to weathertight stage then take over the project, using Potton's list of approved contractors to provide labour.
The sheets of aluminium, up to 85m in length, are rolled directly onto the roof to create a continuous weathertight covering without end laps.
Keep your village houses weathertight, trim and useful; and where you must, build others beside them: but why, when you build these, should you make them specimens of the worst buildings in the worst suburbs of a modern town?
The compact Campus BridgeLINK-Lite is a full-featured version of the company's Campus BridgeLINK family, but incorporates the radio, bridge processor, and antenna all inside a single weathertight enclosure that can be easily mounted and connected to a network.
The company's choice of door was based on the latter's ability to satisfy Watson and Phillip's need for speed, reliability and a weathertight seal against the elements.
Complete with a standard door, screens and roof-ridge ventilation, the shelter quickly transforms from a weathertight to a fresh-air enclosure.