Seams Sample Clauses

Seams. Xxxxx is almost never seamless due to the techniques employed to cut the slab of Stone in a way that preserves the maximum beauty of such Stone. Pieces of Stone must therefore be fitted together and the Stone used in the Home will not be seamless and may have visible seams, which are not defects.
Seams. All seams shall be stitched and sealed with a compatible barrier tape film.
Seams. Clean seam areas, overlap roofing, and hot-air weld side and end laps of roofing and sheet flashings according to manufacturer's written instructions, to ensure a watertight seam installation.
Seams. Sewn seams shall have 6-8 stitches per inch. The sewing techniques used shall be either three thread xxxxxxxx xxxxx or straight/chain stitch. Welded seams shall be performed either by heat or ultrasonic welding.
Seams. Fabricate nonmoving seams in sheet copper with flat-lock seams. Tin edges to be seamed, form seams, and solder. Rivet joints for additional strength where required.
Seams.  We guarantee professionally constructed durable seams. Professionally constructed seams are not invisible seams. There are many factors affecting whether a seam will be visible including but not limited to the type and amount of natural or artificial lighting in the room, the thickness, construction and color of the carpet. For additional details, refer to Quarter Round moldings  Should be removed for best carpet installation Doors  Door cutting is not included in your quote, if this should become necessary.
Seams o Inverted seams (no taped edges) to aid in bed bug resistance. o Non-Zipper and Zipper cover options available FLAMMABILITY TESTING REQUIREMENTS: o This Collegiate Series – Innerspring Mattress meets:
Seams. Carpet usually comes in 12-foot widths, making seams necessary in most rooms. Visible seams are not a defect unless they have been improperly made or unless the material has a defect, making the seam appear more pronounced than normal. The more dense and uniform the carpet texture, the more visible the seams will be. Carpet styles with low, tight naps result in the most visible seams. Seams are never more visible than when the carpet is first installed. Usually with time, use, and vacuuming the seams are never more than when the carpet is first installed. Usually with time, use, and vacuuming the seams become less visible. You can see examples of how carpet seams diminish after they have been vacuumed and have experienced traffic in the model homes. Shading Shading is an inherent quality of fine-cut pile carpets. Household traffic causes pile fibers to assume different angles; as a result, the carpet appears darker and lighter in these areas. A good vacuuming, which makes the pile all go in the same direction, provides a remedy. Shedding New carpeting, especially pile, sheds bits of fiber for a period of time. Eventually these loose fibers are removed by vacuuming. Shedding usually occurs more with wool carpeting than with nylon or other synthetics. Snags Sharp-edged objects can grab or snag the carpet fiber. When this occurs, cut off the snag. If the snag is especially large, call a professional. Sprouting Occasionally you may find small tufts of fiber sprouting above carpet surface. Simply use scissors to cut off the sprout. Do not attempt to pull it because other fibers will come out in the process.
Seams. Clean seam areas, overlap roof membrane, and hot-air weld side and end laps of roof membrane and sheet flashings to ensure a watertight seam installation.
Seams. Clean and prime splices areas, applying splice tape, and firmly roll side and end laps of overlapping sheets. Seal exposed edges of sheet terminations.