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building paper

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(Civil Engineering) any of various types of heavy-duty paper that usually consist of bitumen reinforced with fibre sandwiched between two sheets of kraft paper: used in damp-proofing or as insulation between the soil and a road surface
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Prices for softwood lumber, cast iron pressure and soil pipe fittings, treated wood, building paper and board, and plywood also turned down subsequent to rising in the preceding month.
The solution, now outlined in the International Residential Code, is simply to use two layers of housewrap or building paper behind all stucco (ICC 2004).
Prices for building paper and board and for softwood lumber moved up at quicker rates in July than they had in the prior month.
Prices for building paper and board and for hot rolled steel bars, plates, and structural shapes also moved down, following increases in the preceding month, while the softwood lumber index advanced less than it had in January.
The indexes for building paper and board, plywood, cold finished steel bars, and cement turned down in November, following gains a month earlier.
In August, deceasing prices for both hot and cold rolled steel sheet and strip; cold finished steel bars; hot rolled steel bars, plates, and structural shapes; aluminum mill shapes; building paper and board; and plywood more than offset increasing prices for primary nonferrous metals, copper and brass mill shapes, semifinished steel mill products, and prepared paint.
The properties for the following materials were measured or derived from literature: paint, vinyl wall covering, gypsum board, pine, spruce, mineral wool, OSB, plywood, building paper, SBPO, air, stucco cement, brick, and EIFS.
Stachybotrys is a greenish-black mould that thrives in areas of high humidity, moisture and on cellulose materials (eg building paper, wood products and gib board) (5,6,7,1) Mould has the potential to grow wherever there is a chronic wet environment and cellulose materials.
23) In 2006, higher prices for primary nonferrous metals, nonferrous mill shapes, and steel mill products outstripped lower prices for thermoplastic resins, softwood lumber, plywood, and building paper and board.
Some shed wall panels come lined with building paper to keep out draughts.
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