tar paper


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Noun1.tar 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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tar paper

n (US) → Dachpappe f, → Teerpappe f
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Renovation of the roof on the carpentry building including: demolition of roofing belt made of tar paper, flashings and guttering, preparation of flashing fire walls and guttering, roof covering - replacement of gaps after replacement of gutter roofing, gutter installation, renovation of roof fans , lightning protection overhaul.
Summary: Tar paper is a paper with heavy grade containing tar.
I've tried to keep them alive with sugar boards, by wrapping the hives in tar paper, and by adding pillow boxes to the top, but nothing has seemed to really help.
Many people have allergies that they don't even know about; toxic items can be lurking in building materials, such as tar paper below the flooring.
The "We the People: A Participatory Installation" traveling exhibition was developed by the Portland gallery and features 100 life-sized drawings and paintings on tar paper and cardboard, a video display featuring well-known people's quotes and interactive wall pieces where visitors can leave personal messages and handprints.
Some beekeepers will wrap their hives with batting or foam, and add tar paper, to keep their hives warm.
Nearest to the lean-to kitchen with its tar paper roof that blistered in hot sunshine were planted the salad vegetables.
Drega was known for having long battles with government officials, starting with a fight over whether he could use tar paper to side his house.
And, oh yeah, "tar paper" is a fading memory in the age of modern building wraps, fluid-applied coatings, and fully adhered membranes.
The abatement included the complete removal of asbestos, lead, paint and mercury containing materials such as exterior siding, roof shingles, tar paper, pipe wrap and interior floor tiles.
Remediation may entail removal of the tar paper and more aggressive measures to dry up the crawl space.