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  • 1. Visual Dictionary
  • 2. Air Barrier Paper
    • Air Barrier paper is applied to the sheathing to reduce the leakage of air through the joints into the home.
  • 3. Gable Vent
    • It is used to ventilate the attic space on a Gable roof.
  • 4. Roof Turbine
    • A roof turbine is used to transfer the air from inside the attic to the outside of the house.
  • 5. Ridge Vent
    • The ridge vent is located at the peak of the roof and keeps out snow and rain and also allows the air to circulate in the attic.
  • 6. Soffit Vent
    • Soffit vents are located around the exterior of a building usually under the eaves.
  • 7. Batter boards
    • Batter boards are boards placed at every corner of the house and lines are pulled off of these batter boards to help the block layers stay on a straight line.
  • 8. Backhoe
    • A backhoe digs footings for buildings and single family dwellings. Dimensions of bucket 2‘ x 2’
  • 9. Brick Arch
  • 10. Brick Arch
  • 11. Brick arch with Keystone
  • 12. Brick Bonds : Common Bond
  • 13. Brick Bond: Herringbone Bond
  • 14. Rowlock
  • 15. Header
  • 16. Brick Bonds
    • Soldier
    • Stretcher
    • Flemish Bond
  • 17. Brick Size
    • 9x4x2
  • 18. Bick Size
    • 9x4.5x3
  • 19. Bulldozer
    • A tractor that runs on tracks that are used when grading a jobsite.
  • 20. EFIS Clad Structure
  • 21. Brick Cladding
  • 22. Shake Cladding
    • Wood cladding is used on the exterior of homes as a type of siding.
  • 23. Stone Cladding
    • Random course
    • Ashlur Pattern
  • 24. Wood Board Clad
  • 25. Concrete Joints
    • Control joints ¼” deep slab weaken by a recess joint in hopes to relieve stress off the concrete.
  • 26. Isolation joint
    • The slab is being isolated from the wall
  • 27. Concrete Masonry Unit
    • CMU’s primarily serve as foundations, retaining walls, and fireplaces. Actual dimensions 7 5/8” x 7 5/8” x 15 5/8”
  • 28. Decorative Concrete Masonry Unit
    • Ribbed block
  • 29. Decorative CMU
    • Split Block
  • 30. Exterior Panel Door
    • Panel
    • Stile
    • Top rail
    • Lock rail
    • Bottom rail
  • 31. Electrical Components
    • Service Head – power hook up from the power pole to the residence
    • Meter- measures how much power is used
    • Service Panel- contains the main breakers to the house
    • Duplex receptacle- a double receptacle
  • 32. Power Pole
    • Transformer
  • 33. Anchor Bolt #1
  • 34. Sill plate #2
  • 35. Floor Joist #3
  • 36. Subfloor #4
  • 37. Sole Plate #5
  • 38. Stud #6
  • 39. Top Plate # 7
  • 40. Ceiling Joist #8
  • 41. Rafters #9
  • 42. Roof Decking #10
  • 43. Sheathing #11
  • 44. Stringer #12
  • 45. Front End Loader
    • Front end loader
    • It is used around the job site haul dirt and gravel and push dirt around the site.
  • 46. Gypsum Board
    • Gypsum board is a building material also referred to as gypsum board. It is made of gypsum plaster pressed between two sheets.
  • 47. Heat pump
    • Helps control the humidity in the air as it heats and cools.
  • 48. Air Handling Unit
    • This unit absorbs direct air and sends air to the ducts.
  • 49. Insulation
    • Any material that is added to a building to slow down the conduction of heat flow, most critical spaces to insulate are the exterior walls and attics
  • 50. Batte Insulation
  • 51. Loose Fill Insulation
  • 52. Rigid Board Insulation
  • 53. Lintel
    • Lintels are usually steel or concrete angles places over a window to help support the span of the movie.
  • 54. Mortar Joint
    • Tooled Mortar Joint 3/8” thick. Type M mortar used on a residential home
  • 55. Mortar Joints
    • Troweled 3/8” thick mortar joint type M used on a residential home.
  • 56. Lavatory
    • 1’ ½” drain pipe
  • 57. Water Closet
    • 3” drain line.
  • 58. Manufactured Tub prior to Gypsum Board
  • 59. VTR
    • The VTR is used to release the moisture inside the bathroom or house onto the streets.
  • 60. Kitchen Sink
    • Drop in stainless steel
  • 61. Plywood
    • Thin slices of wood, known as a a veneer, glued and compressed together.
  • 62. Radiant Barrier
    • Helps to reflect the heat of the sun out of the attic.
  • 63. Rebar
    • 3/8” rebar helps reinforce the concrete and it makes it stronger.
  • 64. Steep Roof Drainage
    • Gutter-used to direct water off the roof into the downspout.
    • Downspout- transfer the water down the gutters into the ground.
    • Splashblock-the block of many different types of materials that set up at the bottom of the downspout so that the water doesn’t erode the ground.
  • 65. Underlayment
    • 15-30 pound building felt that is applied to the roof prior to shingling to act as a support against moisture.
  • 66. Clay Tile Roof
  • 67. Concrete Shingles
  • 68. Metal Panel Roof
    • galvanized
  • 69. Gable Roof
  • 70. Hip Roof
  • 71. Steep Roof Terms
    • Ridge – highest point on a roof.
    • Valley- the sloping intersection of two roof plains
    • Eave- lowest horizontal edge of the low side of the sloping roof.
    • Rake- sloping corner of roof
    • Soffit- undersurface of the horizontal rafters along the exterior.
    • Fascia- board that runs along the edge of the house
  • 72. Building Without Fascia
    • Fascia – the board that runs along the edge of homes.
  • 73. Random Rubble
  • 74. Coursed Rubble
  • 75. Random Ashlar
  • 76. Vapor Retarder
    • Vapor retarder is placed on the under side of your home to keep moisture from seeping from the ground through insulation into your home
  • 77. Water proofing
    • Sheets of plastic laid on the ground on top of the gravel to aid in keeping moisture out of the house and keep the warm air in.
  • 78. Weep Hole
    • Weep holes allow the water that gets trapped behind the brick walls to escape at the bottom.
  • 79. Welded Wire Fabric
    • Size 6”x6”
  • 80. Casement Window #1
    • This is a casement window. It is a casement because it swings open.
  • 81. Double Hung Window #2
    • This is a double hung window it is called this because there are two windows
  • 82. Fixed Window
    • This is a fixed window because it doesn’t raise or lower or swing in and out