snagging

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snagging

[′snag·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Removing surplus metal or large surface defects by using a grinding wheel.
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It's best that you go ahead of the move in and make yourself a snag list.
"It's like a new house with a snag list that gets repaired and our team is very confident they'll get it together.
Alison said her "snag list" - the desaid her "snag list" - the deA -fects reported to builders - numbered 34 at the last count.
A "snag list" is a list of defects in a newly-built home or any new construction or renovation.
These include: The title documents and copy counter-r part leases The agreed Snag list and Practical Completion Certification As built drawings A register of all capital assets Warranties and other guarantees, including test records for drainage, water and heating pipe work Risk assessments and files for fire safety and health and safety Documents relating to planning and Building Regulations.
A spokesman for Dublin architects Dolan and Donnelly said: "The work is almost complete and we are just at the snag list stage now."
I BOUGHT a new house with a snag list as long as my arm.
For several months I left a so-called 'snag list' with my builder.
The Indian Haven gelding bumped into the Willie Mullins-trained 1/3 shot Snag List on his debut and, although readily outpointed by the winner, stuck to his task well, pulling 13 lengths clear of the third.
After taking possession of our delayed apartment, we were faced with sorting out a snag list as long as my arm for our poor quality apartment in the England cluster...
The house in Pembrey, near Llanelli, was part of a Westbury Homes development and Karron and Keith immediately filled in a form called a 'snag list'.