roofing paper

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Noun1.roofing paper - a heavy paper impregnated with tar and used as part of a roof for waterproofing
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
roofing material - building material used in constructing roofs
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Shifted or lifted composite shingles or roof tiles will cause water to come into contact with the felt paper under the roofing material and a break in the felt or roofing paper will cause leaks.
It's a good idea to cover the roof with roofing paper as soon as possible to keep everything dry.
Four 4-foot-by-8-foot panels were screwed together to form a roof along the 8-foot sides and covered with roofing paper. The roof measures 16 feet long and 8 feet wide from front to back, with panels held up on vertical 2-inch-by-6-inch supports.
(7) In Las Vegas where we have the roofs on slats on vapor open roofing paper over OSB sheathing the unvented roof works.
Guns of several weights are available and used for lining closets, installing insulation, tacking ceiling tile or fastening roofing paper.
Whoever built it never bothered to put anything on top of the roofing paper. We joked that the ad for this wreck should have read "bulldozer-downer" instead of "fixer-upper." No way would we buy a place like that, right?
When gravel was removed, the crew patched blisters in the existing BUR with hot asphalt and several plies of roofing paper. The old wall and curb flashing were torn out and the overall surface was cleaned and smoothed as necessary.
Local officials say many new residents of Juarez, Tijuana, Reynosa, Nuevo Laredo, and other border cities are constructing flimsy houses with such materials as wooden pallets and roofing paper.
Damaged roofing paper or lumber, adds Silver, is a violation of the health code which stipulates that conical covers must be tightly sealed so as not to allow contamination.
Or wrap the cages at ground level with foot-high pieces of black felt roofing paper to help gather heat and protect plants from the wind.