Often we perform building surveys for clients who are considering purchasing or leasing a building but are unsure of a few things. A client not only wants to know the condition of said building, but will also need to know if it is suited to their business needs. Will they have the right occupancy group? Will there be enough parking for their staff?
Now, buying a building without confirming its usability for your factory, say, may result in some regret, but I digress.
One of the words that may be found in a survey is “reglet,” a common word using in the roofing industry.
According to the Construction Dictionary, 9th Edition © 2001 published by the Greater Phoenix, Arizona Chapter #98 of the National Association of Women in Construction reglet is defined as follows:
(or raglet) a groove in a wall or surface adjoining a roof for use in attachment of counterflashing.
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