Tilt & Firrings
Timber Tilt a triangular section of timber used for flat roofs to form an upstand, or fixed to the eaves of a roof to provide a bedding for the undercloak.
Timber Firrings are lengths of timber cut down the length from corner to corner forming very long triangles so that they go from full thickness to nothing and lifting the one side of the roof creating a fall. This fall being directly proportional to the thickness of the firing in relation to its length.
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