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Posted by Wick on February 9th, 2000 01:59 PM
In reply to What is the surface of a roof? by Vicki Quade on February 9th, 2000 01:20 PM [Go to top of thread]

Hi Vicki, I'm sure others will chime in here to clarify the
exact definition, but here's my "opinion". A "roof surface"
would be defined as "any" covering of a "roof", i.e., tar paper,
shingles, flashing. This can be derived from the presumtion
that a "roof" is the "physical" structure which would be comprised
of wood, concrete, brick, or whatever material used to construct
a covered environment. Anything that would go "on top" of that
physical structure would be considered a "roof surface", i.e.,
something that "surfaces" the defined "roof". Anyway, that would
be my opinion, and like I said others will surely respond.

P.S. DON'T use my name when you talk to the lawyers. LOL

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