A method of finishing concrete which washes the cement/sand mixture off the top layer of the aggregate - usually gravel. Often used in driveways, patios and other exterior surfaces.
A flat, horizontal board enclosing the overhang under the eave.
Caulking or sealant placed in such a manner that it forms an angle between the materials being caulked.
Material used to advance wire through a conduit.
A seam at the junction of sheet metal roof components that has been bent at the plane of the roof.
The setting of a light of glass or panel into a four-sided sash or frame opening containing a recessed "U" shaped channel without removable stops on three sides of the sash or frame and one channel with a removable stop…
In house construction, a horizontal member connecting the top of the siding with the soffit of the cornice.
Pre-formed shapes, such as strips, grommets, etc., of rubber or rubber-like composition, used to fill and seal a joint or opening either alone or in conjunction with a supplemental application of a sealant.
In glazing, a three-sided, U-shaped sash detail into which a glass product is installed and retained.
Refers to electricity's habit of seeking the shortest route to earth. Neutral wires carry it there in all circuits. An additional grounding wire or the sheathing of the metal-clad cable or conduit protects against shock if the neutral leg is…