ridge tile


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ridge tile

A tile which is curved in section, often decorative, used to cover the ridge of a roof.
See also: Tile

ridge tile, crown tile

A tile which is curved in section, often decorative, used to cover the ridge of a roof.
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Adding to the confusion, I was informed that there were three other equestrian ridge tiles located on roofs in St.
It lasted about two minutes and it took quite a few ridge tiles off the roofs of the three-storey properties.
Place the old ridge tile into the fresh bed of mortar and gently tap it down until it is in line with the existing ridge tiles.
Incidentally, Hear2Day's new asphalt and concrete division also happens to be in the area and would be delighted to lay a new front drive, where falling ridge tiles, the ones which missed the car, have caused unsightly dents.
I was on the roof and just looking up at the gable to work out how long it would take us when I suddenly slipped and my overalls got hooked over one of the ridge tiles.
The expert found that on that occasion Prentice had simply replaced the ridge tile he had removed and had over-pointed the second chimney stack.
The scheduled monuments were part of Walker's Pottery, which produced bricks, roof ridge tiles and chimney pots, among many other items.
Now he's disappeared, leaving a ladder on the roof and holes where he'd taken ridge tiles off.
Leeds Crown Court heard the 71-year-old victim was approached by Craddock James Morrison in July 2014 who told her she needed work done to the ridge tiles on her home in Oaklands Drive, Dalton.
The woman told Doyle that ridge tiles on her roof were loose when he knocked on her door in Ebchester, near Consett, in May.
Ridge tiles were removed and thrown down, Mr Curtis said, adding that the two were shouting in Welsh at the people below, using swear words.