Wood Shingle Clad Structure Wood Shake : a single board to be used as cladding by overlapping with many more differentiated planks Wood Shingle : a board used as cladding that is overlapped with similar boards. This house uses wood shakes.
29” x 30” = 870sq.” 20” AFF IBC requirements: Must have opening of 5.7 square feet unless sill is below 44”. This window meets these requirements
Riser height: 7 ½” Tread depth: 10 ¾” IBC requires that a stair with a nosing have a maximum riser height of 7 ¾” and a minimum tread depth of 10” so these stairs meet the code.
A CONTROL JOINT IS AN INTENTIONAL, LINEAR DISCONTINUITY IN A STRUCTURE OR COMPONENT, DESIGNED TO FORM A PLANE OF WEAKNESS WHERE CRACKING CAN OCCUR IN RESPONSE TO VARIOUS FORCES SO AS TO MINIMIZE OR ELIMINATE CRACKING ELSEWHERE IN THE STRUCTURE.
AN ISOLATION JOINT IS A CONCRETE JOINT THAT SEPARATES TWO POURS WITH A FIBER MATERIAL IN ORDER TO PROTECT EACH SLAB FROM SHIFTS AND MOVEMENTS IN THE OTHER. HERE TWO SLABS POURED AT DIFFERENT TIMES ARE BEING SEPARATED
A CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT IS A BLOCK OF HARDENED CONCRETE, WITH OR WITHOUT HOLLOW CORES, DESIGNED TO BE LAID IN THE SAME MANNER AS BRICK OR STONE. TYPICAL DIMENSIONS: 7 5/8 X 7 5/8 X 15 5/8
A CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT IS A BLOCK OF HARDENED CONCRETE, WITH OR WITHOUT HOLLOW CORES, DESIGNED TO BE LAID IN THE SAME MANNER AS BRICK OR STONE. Different size CMU than previous slide
A front end loader is a machine that runs on tracks used to move massive amounts of dirt/fill in a large bucket. It is used to load trucks and move materials on a jobsite. It differs from a backhoe in that it has a much larger bucket that it pushes instead of pulls. It differs from a bulldozer in that it has a bucket instead of a blade.
GYPSUM BOARD IS INTERIOR FACING PANELS. CONSISTING OF A GYPSUM CORE SANDWICHED BETWEEN PAPER FACES.
One advantage of heat pumps is they have rapid response times. One disadvantage of electric heat pumps is they are noisy. Compressor/Condenser : Compresses refrigerant and runs it through coils then condenses it. This process creates a heat exchange that is used to either heat or cool the house.
Air Handling Unit : pulls air from return duct and moves it over cooling or heating coils and then back into the house.
Insulation is material placed in walls ceilings and floors to create an envelope that minimizes heat flow. Blanket insulation
PLYWOOD IS A WOOD PANEL COMPOSED OF AN ODD NUMBER OF LAYERS OF WOOD VENEER BONDED TOGETHER UNDER PRESSURE. Veneer : A thin layer, sheet or facing
A RADIANT BARRIER IS A REFLECTIVE FOIL PLACED ADJACENT TO AN AIRSPACE IN ROOF OR WALL ASSEMBLIES AS A DETERRENT TO THE PASSAGE OF INFRARED ENERGY.
½” Rebar #4 The deformations in the rebar give the concrete a surface to bond to.
A GUTTER IS A CHANNEL THAT COLLECTS RAIN WATER AND SNOWMELT AT THE EAVE OF A ROOF. A DOWNSPOUT IS A VERTICAL PIPE FOR CONDUCTING WATER FROM A ROOF TO A LOWER LEVEL. A SPLASH BLOCK IS A SMALL PRECAST BLOCK OF CONCRETE OR PLASTIC USED TO DIVERT WATER AT THE BOTTOM OF A DOWNSPOUT.
UNDERLAYMENT IS A LAYER OF WATERPROOF MATERIAL SUCH AS BUILDING FELT BETWEEN ROOF SHEATHING AND ROOFING. UNDERLAYMENT IS ADDED MOISTURE PROTECTION.
A RIDGE IS THE LEVEL INTERSECTION OF TWO ROOF PLANES IN A GABLE ROOF. A VALLEY IS A TROUGH FORMED BY THE INTERSECTION OF TWO ROOF SLOPES.
AN EAVE IS THE HORIZONTAL EDGE OF THE LOW SIDE OF A SLOPING ROOF. A RAKE IS THE SLOPING EDGE OF A STEEP ROOF. SOFFIT IS THE UNDERSURFACE OF A HORIZONTAL ELEMENT OF A BUILDING, ESPECIALLY THE UNDERSIDE OF A ROOF OVERHANG.
Fascia : The exposed vertical face of an eave With Fascia Without Fascia