Slate roofing

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Slate roofing
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Department of Architecure, University of Florida
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Department of Architecure, University of Florida
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Gainesville, Fla.
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rid punches at one operation with a courter
The hand or mawl punch is forged from fi ne
ardened and ground about 41/2" long with one#
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done either at the quarry or on the job.


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course of slate is laid over the under-eave
the butts of both courses flush, and the joints


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FIGURE 34. STANDARD DETAILS FLASHINGS-NATIONAL SLATE ASSOCIATION
These and all flashing details.conform to the Standards of the Copper and Brass Research Association





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Roofed with Square Thick Roofing Slate with Sawed Edges

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