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  • Competency: 203.00 Draw Floor Plans Objective: 203.03 Determine door and window types.
  • Doors
    • General Classifications
      • Flush doors
        • Smooth on both sides
        • Mahogany or birch plywood
      • Panel doors
        • Heavy frame around perimeter
        • Parts
          • Stiles
          • Rails
          • Panels
          • Louvers
  • Exterior Doors
    • Typical sizes
      • 6’-8” tall by 1- 3 / 4 ” thick
      • Entry door minimum 3’-0”
      • Insulated
    • Sloping sills to shed water
  • Exterior Doors
    • Swinging doors
      • Hinged
      • Swing into the house
    • Sliding doors
      • Wood or metal frames
      • Tempered glass
      • Access to deck/patio
      • Common widths
        • 6’-0”
        • 8’-0”
    • French doors
      • Mullions and muntins between glass panes
      • One large glass panes
      • Individual, pairs, groups
    • Garage doors
      • Overhead
      • One piece or sectional
      • Widths
        • Singles: 8’, 9’, 10’
        • Doubles: 15’,16’, 18’
      • Height generally 7’-0”
  • Interior Doors
    • Standard sizes
      • Height: 6’-8”
      • Thickness: 1-3/8”
      • Width: Varies based on 2” module
    • Standard widths
      • Entry: 3’-0”
      • Bedrooms: 2’-6”
      • Baths: 2’-0” or 2’-4”
      • Closets: As large as possible
  • Interior Doors
    • Bi-fold
      • Set of two doors make up one unit
      • Hung on a track
      • Popular for closets
    • Sliding/Bypass
      • Hung on a track
      • Popular for closets
      • Used in wide openings
  • Interior Doors
    • Pocket doors
      • Hung on a track
      • Slides into a wall cavity
      • Frees floor space
      • Packaged with framed pocket
    • Double-action
      • Spring hinge mounted
      • Swings two ways
      • One or two doors
  • Windows
    • Purpose
      • Admits light
      • Provides fresh air and ventilation
      • Adds detail, balance, interest
      • Visually enlarges interior space
  • Window Types
    • Double-hung
      • Two sashes slide up and down
      • Most commonly used
    • Horizontal sliding/gliding
      • Two or more sashes slide horizontally
      • Operates on a track
    • Casement
      • Hinged sashes; outward swing
  • Window Types
    • Awning
      • Sash hinged on top; swings outward
      • Allows open unit during rain
    • Hopper
      • Hinged sash on bottom; swings inward
      • Allows for unusual shapes
    • Fixed
      • Do not open
      • Combined with other windows
  • Window Types
    • Bay and Bow
      • Fixed or casement
      • Project from structure
      • Bay windows offer traditional style
        • Sides drawn @ 45 0 or 30 0
        • Depth between 18” and 24”
        • Roof structure
      • Bow windows are in a circular pattern
    • Skylights
      • Built into roof
      • Admit light
  • Door/Window Schedules
    • Marks placed on floor plan identify doors & windows
      • Numbers or letters inside circles or polygons identify individual units
      • Placed close to door & window symbols
      • Same mark used for doors/windows with same size and characteristics
  • Door/Window Schedules
    • Arrange all information about doors and windows in a chart
      • Repeat marks on floor plans
      • List number of doors/windows
      • List size of individual and multiple units
      • Identify types
      • Includes material notes and special remarks
      • May include elevation drawings near chart