A trim board that is installed beneath a window sill.
A window with hinges at the top allowing it to open out and up.
Instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure.
In glazing, an applied sealant in a joint irrespective of the method of application, such as caulking bead, glazing bead, etc. Also a molding or stop used to hold glass or panels in position.
Drawings, details, and specifications for a particular project.
Wood shims used between the door frame and the vertical structural wall framing members.
A thin strip of metal inside armored or BX cable. This strip is meant to back up the primary ground.
Trim used around an exterior door jamb onto which siding butts.
A roofing composed of three to five layers of asphalt felt laminated with coal tar, pitch, or asphalt. The top is finished with crushed slag or gravel. Generally used on flat or low-pitched roofs.
A slightly arched surface, as of a road, a ship's deck, an airfoil, or a snow ski.