gravel stop[′grav·əl ‚stäp]
Metal flashing placed at the edge of a roof to prevent gravel from falling off.
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A continuous band of bent sheet metal with a vertical or sloped projection that prevents gravel on a built-up roof from falling off.
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gravel stop, gravel strip, slag strip
A flange, usually of a metal strip, used to prevent gravel or loose surfacing from washing off a roof; may also provide a finished edge for built-up roofing.
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