The upper part or top of a mansard roof or curb roof when made nearly flat.
The roof of a passenger car.
a flat platform adjacent to a house, usually without a roof; -- it is typically used for relaxing out of doors, outdoor cooking, or entertaining guests.
Usually an open porch on the roof or another part of the structure. Back to the Top
noun The laminated (usually) piece of wood that is cut to different shapes as the standing surface of a skateboard.
Coming out from a building it is a floor with no walls and roof, it is generally made of timber and supported by joists. Decorative Psaint Finishe: a form of changing the look and texture of a substrate by use of paint and often glazes or scumbles. I.e. dragging, combing, sponging.
The flat standing surface of a sk8board, usually constructed of Canadian Maple Ply. For more information click here.
What you walk on aboard ship. (Never the flood) Originally from the Middle Dutch dec, meaning "roof."
The structural nailing base for the roof surface, usually of wood or plywood and felt underlayment.
The base surface to which a roof system is applied.
Area of skateboard that a skater typically stands on
The material installed over the framing of a structure on which shingles are installed. The primary materials are Oriented Stran Board (OSB) and CDX Plywood.
a flat structure adjoining a house
a roof but with hardness qualities that permit constant foot traffic and the sharp points on chair and table legs
The surface, installed over the supporting framing members, to which the roofing is applied.
The structural roof to the top surface of which a roof covering system is applied. Some forty or more roof deck types are currently in use in the construction industry. French (Support de couverture)
A deck is any outdoor floor structure and may have railings, benches, and/or a roof structure.
1. The top horizontal portion of a halfpipe wall, past the lip, where one can "deck out" while riding a pipe or ride alongside the lip and drop in. 2. A walkway to hike to the top of a halfpipe. 3. The flat portion of a tabletop or step-down between the lip and landing zone. Also known as a rollout deck.
The structural "skin" of a roof over which roofing in applied. Most new homes have decking made of plywood.
The substrate over which roofing is applied. Usually plywood, wood boards, or planks.
floor or roof surface supported by joists or rafters
(island) The flat area on the back half of a Windsor seat which houses mortises for the spindles.
the flat standing surface of a skateboard, usually laminated maple.
The structural skin of a roof over which roofing is applied. Most homes built within the last 40 years use plywood for this purpose. See Sheathing.
The structural component of the roof of a building which provides the substrate to which the roofing system is applied.
any flat surface which is not enclosed deck roof a flat roof without parapets
The flat areas that the conveyor chains rest upon.
The flat surface on top of the slidemaster rail system that supports the cargo. Also referred to as a tray.
The top surface of which a roof system in applied.
a structural component of the roof of a building. The deck must be capable of safely supporting the design dead and live loads, including the weight of the roof systems, and the additional live loads required by the governing building codes. Decks are either non-combustible (e.g., corrugated metal, concrete, or gypsum) or combustible (e.g., wood plank or plywood), and provide the substrate to which the roofing or waterproofing system is applied.
This is the balance board component that makes contact with the rider's feet and spans the rock. The deck can be flat, concave or designed with turned up nose and tail
the structural surface to which the roofing or waterproofing system (including insulation) is applied.