a harness or belt worn by a man/woman to prevent him/her falling.
The Schedule is the document which specifies details of The Policyholder, The Premises, Property Insured and any Excesses, Endorsements and Conditions applying to the policy.
fine woven mesh of synthetic fibre, used to bridge the joints of tapered-edge plasterboard and gypsum baseboard and their corners - it is finished over with joint cement.
setting scrim over joints in dry linings, masonry, or carpentry as a base for plastering, painting or papering.
a joint that allows part of a building to settle relative to the neighbouring part in the event of mining or other subsidence.
a transparent flat glass whose surface has a characteristic waviness.
single phase electricity supply
Producing, carrying, or powered by a single alternating voltage. Used to power equipment requiring a low voltage
land that is used or is to be used for construction.
Any fluid mixture of fine solids and water, particularly one which contains cement.
A hot iron tool for smoothing asphalt and sealing joints in it.
the underside of a part of a building or a structural component, such as an arch, beam, slab, stair etc.
Statement of Fact
The Statement of Fact is a list of Assumptions that forms the basis of your Insurance policy
A load carrying building skeleton formed mainly of Rolled Steel Sections meeting each other at right angles.
Removing formwork or other temporary supports from a structure.
A person who is qualified to carry out structural design.
the soil below the topsoil.
an alkaline paint remover.
a ceiling hung by wires or wood framing, from a floor or roof above, and generally consisting of a grid of metal tees into which acoustical tile panels are placed.
a floor which is supported clear of the ground, usually on columns or walls.
a flying scaffold or a projecting scaffold.
a reinforced concrete suspended floor - not a ground slab.