weathertight


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weath•er•tight

(ˈwɛð ərˌtaɪt)

adj.
secure against wind, rain, etc.
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"When these works are completed next year, the church will be weathertight for future generations and we hope that we will have created a community of all ages who will have a long-term interest in this historic building."
ASTEC products add to the weathertight sustainability of restored roofs, walls and other industrial surfaces, and are used to improve appearance and save energy.
This modular approach can include finished, fitted, weathertight windows and facades.
Trust chairman Luke Moloney said: "This would provide a large, safe, weathertight space that can be brought quickly into flexible informal use for markets, concerts, festivals and exhibitions.
The head gear machinery, which supported the pulley wheels that in turn supported the cables used for haulage, is becoming very difficult to maintain in a sound and weathertight state.
Gilbertson, 35, with his company Weathertight, subjected the householder to a "drip feed" of some 50 unannounced house calls and money demands.
The on- site assembly consists of approximately 50 precision-built components, is weathertight in just a few days, and can be ready to move into within 6-8 weeks.
now offers GreatSeal PE-150, a high-performance, single-component, multi-purpose joint sealant designed for long-lasting weathertight seals.
Stained glass is the only art form that is part of keeping the building standing, wind and weathertight. It is crucial that this function is got right.
Their skilled teams of roofers and fully trained roofline specialists have been keeping homes weathertight with affordable roofline and roofing solutions, and has seen the Coventry firm expand to triple it's size in the last 10 years creating much needed jobs for skilled local workers.
It has not yet been possible to complete a full condition survey, according to the architects, but the roof is "thought to be reasonably weathertight".